Dysthymic Disorder Statistics
(Also Known As: Disthymic Disorder Statistics, Dysthymia Statistics, Depression Statistics, Neurotic Depression Statistics, Mood Disorder Statistics, Chronic Depression Statistics, Depression - Chronic Statistics, Persistent Depressive Disorder Statistics)
(Reviewed by: Paul Peterson, Licensed Therapist)
Statistics on Dysthymic Disorder
3% of the population may be affected by Dysthymic Disorder. Within a lifetime it appears to affect approximately 6%.
Dysthymic Disorder is more common in women, younger than 64 years old, than men.
There are no gender differences for incidence rates.
It is more common in unmarried and young persons.
It is also common with persons with low incomes.
Dysthymic Disorder is more common among first degree relatives with major depressive disorder.
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Dysthymic Disorder Topics
|Anorexia Nervosa – Eating Disorder, Depression, Changes in Body Weight, Excessive Exercise|
|Anxiety Disorder NOS – Pathological Fears and Anxiety, Chronic Stress, Fatigue, Exhaustion, Phobia, Anxiousness, Depression|
|Bipolar Disorder – Manic Depression, Mood Changes, Hypomania, Delusion, Hallucinations, Psychosis|