It is estimated that about three percent to 11 percent of all people will experience severe depression during their lifetime.Of those who experience severe clinical depression, about 10 percent to 15 percent will develop psychotic depression.The most unconventional member of the Zodiac family, Aquarius is known for being unique, unapologetically quirky, incredibly charming, highly intelligent, and a bit of a revolutionary.A deep thinker who is constantly re-inventing herself, the Aquarius woman broadens the lives of those around her with an endless stream of new ideas to explore and experiences to try.A person with psychotic depression will, first of all, experience a combination of depression symptoms, potentially including: In addition to the above symptoms, patients with psychotic depression will also experience delusions and/or hallucinations.
She pours all of her energy and enthusiasm into one relationship or business idea only to stumble upon a new idea that sends her down a whole new path. And if you need her to remain the same woman you met 10 years ago — forget about it. Kind, witty, clever, rebellious (often just for the sake of being so) — life spent loving an Aquarius woman is never boring.
Another theory is that high levels of the stress hormone cortisol could be involved.