What Is The Biological Factors Of Depression And Describe The Main Neurotransmitters Involved In Causing Depression?

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Biological factors for depression include different factors as neprophysioligical, genitical, neuro-endocrinal and biochemical alterations as well. Biological rhythms and seasonal variations also encounter in the biological factors.
Researchers have discovered associations between clinical depression and the function of three primary ones of mono amine class  that are serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine. These are important as these are known to deal with the body functions as emotions, reactions to stress, and the physical drives of sleep, appetite, and sexuality. While some studies do support this monoamine hypothesis so it is not much clear about the chemicals.
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Genetic factors, biochemical factors, alteration in hormonal regulation and Sleep abnormalities.

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