Dysthymia is a
Neurotic depression (dysthymia); Dysthymic disorder; Chronic depression; Depression - chronic
The exact cause of dysthymia is unknown. It tends to run in families. Dysthymia occurs more often in women than in men and affects up to 5% of the general population.
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