Do you have a long-term sadness? Finding it difficult to do anything and prefer to spend most of your time alone at home or in your room?
Have you ever found yourself crying out of nowhere?
Your friends call or come to help you feel better, all to no apparent benefit? Even if you get out, do you feel lonely in the crowd?
Perhaps you are not SAD; there is a good chance that what you are dealing with is much more severe; it is DEPRESSION with red lights flashing.
Relax, you're not insane; you're just sick.
Let me explain it to you to determine whether or not you are depressed.
Although depression is not easy to deal with, the good news is that it is treatable; nevertheless, it may take a long time to recover, varying from 6 months to a year.
- Continued sadness, a frequent desire to cry, and a general sense of hopelessness.
- Changes in your interest in previously enjoyed activities such as reading or listening to music.
- Sleep disturbances, nightmares, or extra sleeping
- There is little ability to do even simple daily tasks.
- The weight is affected by appetite disorders, including eating too much or too little.
- Anxiety or restlessness.
- Changes in communication or physical movement speed include visible symptoms.
- Thinking over your failures or unpleasant experiences, losing hope, and blaming yourself for the bulk of your problems.
- problems with cognitive tasks such as thinking and memorization
- Thinking of dying, or even worse, suicidal thoughts.
- Physical body difficulties with no medical explanation, such as back or head pain.
Even though these symptoms differ from person - to - a person or in intensity, some people do not observe a significant difference that may impede their normal day-to-day activities. Still, they may be miserable all of the time for no identifiable reason.
If you have any of these feelings, we recommend getting treatment help as soon as possible, particularly if you have suicidal thoughts. You can always dial Emergency for professional assistance.
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