Do you have symptoms of depressions? Are you constantly feeling sad, even when you have no reason to be? Depression impacts all aspects of life. It’s hard to focus on work, relationships, and exercise whenever one is clinically depressed. If the feelings of helplessness and sadness get out of hand, they can lead to physical illness and even suicide.
THERE IS HOPE!
Just know that you are not alone and that there is help. You don’t have to be on drugs for the rest of your life in order to deal with the depression.
Before you seek treatment, you need to understand and identify the symptoms of depressions These symptoms may include:
• Feeling of hopelessness
• Low self-esteem
• Fatigue and lack of energy
• Insomnia OR excessive sleeping
• Loss of appetite OR overeating
• Loss of interest in hobbies or activities that were once enjoyable
• Digestive problems
• Aches and pains, including migraines
• Apathy / disassociation
• Thoughts of suicide
Clinical depression is more severe than just the “blues”. Everybody feels down on occasion, but not everybody experiences the aforementioned symptoms 24/7. People who are clinically depressed can’t cheer up or “snap out of it”. They can’t sleep, concentrate, or feel joy. If they don’t receive the help they need, their depression can last for years.
Sometimes depression is part of a bi-polar disorder. Also known as manic-depression, this disorder is characterized by alternating manic periods and periods of depression. When manic, a person is prone to inappropriate and reckless behavior. They are so elated that their normal judgment is impaired. They go on huge shopping sprees that they can’t afford or act too promiscuous. When this period is over, they go back to being severely depressed, and may even contemplate suicide.
Warning Signs of Suicide
If you can relate to any of the following, you NEED TO GET HELP RIGHT NOW!
• Tempting fate by taking dangerous risks, such as driving through a red light
• Losing interest in things you used to be passionate about
• Not thinking/worrying about the future because you don’t think you’ll even be here
• Thinking thoughts like “I don’t want to be here anymore. Things would be better if I was gone.”
• Constantly thinking about death
• Feeling the sudden need to tie up loose ends to make things easier on your family
• Cutting yourself or taking too many pills
People who suffer from depression may experience just a few symptoms, while others experience all of them. The severity of the symptoms differs for every person. Getting the appropriate treatment is essential. You need to not only think about immediate relief, but long-term therapy as well.
Treatments for Depression
Treatments usually involve a combination of medicine and therapy. Anti-depressants stabilize moods by treating an imbalance of chemicals in the brain. However, they are not a long-term solution. While they might make you feel better, they won’t cure the actual cause of your depression.
Therapy can be beneficial for the long-term, since it deals with the reason(s) for your depression. It also helps relieve you of the symptoms. If your depression has led to substance abuse, you can receive therapy to help you stay clean.
There are some tactics you can try to elevate your mood:
• Drinking herbal tea
• Eating a healthy diet and getting enough sleep
• Doing yoga stretches every day
Now that you can identify the symptoms of depressions, you can get the help that you need. There are plenty of other tactics you can try if you want to keep your depression under control. You must remember that there is always hope. Help is available if you need it.
You don’t have to invest a lot of money on treatments. You don’t have to spend the rest of your life taking medication.
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