yes. there is different patterns of depressive thoughts, you may feel numb as if nothing matters or makes you feel better, sad and hopeless, completely disinterested, scattered and unable to focus or think clearly. that could be what the problem is. you might want to think about seeing a doctor..
Yes. Depression causes you to think in different ways and can cause you to digress and eventually get lost in thought about such as whether or not a recent play of events will have a good outcome or not.
Yes. Hormones can cause depression. It is common for menopause to prompt emotions of sadness and depression in women. It is estimated that between 8% and 15% in menopause experience depression in women of some form, often beginning in perimenopause.
Depression is a Mild Form of Mental illness . . . . . You need to Alter Your Mental Attitude by trying to start Thinking Positively, . . . . Try Take Up Swimming, Brisk-Walking, Mountain-Biking, or other interests involving exercise that will also have the beneficial effect of Helping to re-focus Your Mind in the process..