Feb 6, 2020
- The Stigma The Truth
- What do you do when...
- Conversation with a Dr of Psychiatry
- 1-800-273 TALK (8255)
Has something happened in your life recently that has got you
down? You going through something? (Most of us are) You drinking,
smoking or popping something to help you cope? You watching a lot
of porn? (what's a lot, right?)
You might be depressed.
- Persistent sad, anxious, or feeling “empty”
- Feelings of hopelessness
- Irritability acting like you got sand in your draws
- Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, or helplessness
- Loss of interest or pleasure in hobbies and activities
- Decreased energy or fatigue
- Feeling restless or having trouble sitting still
- Difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions
- Difficulty sleeping, early-morning awakening, or
- Appetite and/or weight changes Thoughts of death or suicide, or
- Aches or pains, headaches, cramps, or digestive problems
without a clear physical cause and/or that do not ease even with
Not everyone who is depressed experiences every symptom
We throw ourselves into work, into household projects, we try to
stay busy but sometimes, you have to fix you.
Beyond Treatment: Things You Can Do
Here are other tips that may help you or a loved one during
treatment for depression:
- Try to be active and exercise.
- Set realistic goals for yourself.
- Try to spend time with other people and confide in a trusted
friend or relative.
- Try not to isolate yourself, and let others help you.
- Expect your mood to improve gradually, not immediately.
- Postpone important decisions, such as getting married or
divorced, or changing jobs until you feel better.
- Discuss decisions with others who know you well and have a more
objective view of your situation.
- Continue to educate yourself about depression.
Do you have a win? How about a loss? Or you just want to talk to
me about something that concerns you? 443-360-5421 is my number.
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