Depression

What is Depression? and How to recover your self

Today over 2.5 billion people are suffering from depression and especially young age students, children, and women. Depression is a mood disorder where a person feels alone, lose interest, and feel sadness.

What is depression?

Depression is one of the most common mental disorder, in this condition person feels lonely and lose the interest of life. it is different from mood inconsistencies which normal feel in their daily life.

The reason behind depression is major changes in your life like losing your job, fail in exams, breakup, financial issues, family problems, and many more. In the worst condition, depression can lead to suicide, almost lots of people can attempt suicide due to depression every year.

Any person can feel depression, it doesn’t matter that you are male or female, it can last for several weeks, months, or years, in this situation person feel helpless and sad doesn’t matter how strong or talented you are.

Symptoms:

  • Feel sad or depressed.
  • Start more sleeping or too much less sleeping.
  • Avoid social gatherings like normal people
  • Physical changes like too much weight gain or loss
  • Feel difficulty to make decisions and decrease thinking capacity
  • Face difficulty in their daily routine work
  • Feel very weak
  • Negative thought in their ming like death or suicide

Still, many doctors and a specialist try to find the main reason behind the depression but it depends on a person’s condition and sometimes many of reason trigger at a time these symptoms.

How to recover yourself

1. Consult a Doctor

In this case, you need a person who can understand your mental condition and suggest a proper way to come out of this situation. you can successfully control your symptoms and recover yourself with proper guidance.

2. Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is a very good option for people who are suffering from depression. Talking with a therapist can assist you to learn abilities to cope with negative feelings. You may also help from family or group therapy sessions.

3. Do exercise

Try to add exercise in your routine, it helps you to fit physically and mentally, exercise can help to improve your endorphins, which can help you to improve your mood.

4. Avoid Drinking and smoking

Drinking and smoking can make you feel batter for a short-term but in long term it can make your condition worse not only mentally also physically.

5. Take care of your self

No one can help you if you don’t want to do for yourself, you can also improve your self, in this condition, you have to take care of yourself, you have to eat properly sleep properly and try to avoid negative people.

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