Feeling sad is very normal for human beings. You feel it when you break-up, lost a job or someone dies. After feeling down, you should soon recover from the sadness and move on with your life. Unfortunately not everyone can do this. Sometimes, for no apparent reason, people get sad for long periods of time. This is considered to be depression.
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Depression. It?s not just a word. It?s not just ?the blues.? It?s a serious medical condition that affects countless individuals around the globe. In fact, some statistics put the figure of people who suffer the symptoms of depression in the millions. Regardless of your age, gender, social status, or location, you or someone you love could become a victim in need of depression treatment.
Depression is an ailment affecting about 10% of the Nation. However what could be more of a concern are the side effects that may apply to most depression medications.
Depression is a disorder that does not get nearly enough attention. Depressed people are often told to "cheer up" or to "look at the bright side" of things, and may spiral even deeper when they are unable to simply snap out of the mood that has such a hold on them. While depression can often lead to fatigue and listlessness, it has a close cousin by the name of anxiety. Anxiety causes the opposite effect, putting our bodies into the "fight or flight" mode that protected us in the wild.
Whether young or old, no one is spared from going down the abyss of depression. Not even research scientist Marlene Belfort who described the experience as being in psychic hell, was able to eat or sleep during the experiment. It was found that psychosis was the scariest aspect of Belfort's depression.
The very first step is to accept yourself ? lovingly. No person in the world in perfect so why bother to shed tears over your imperfectness. This is how God wanted us to be ? Imperfect! We might have something that someone else may lack and someone else might be endowed with the qualities, which we lack. This incompleteness makes us go out and seek companions who make us feel loved, wanted and complete. Oh what a great feeling! Would we experience it if we were inside the cocoon of our perfection? Never! So accept yourself the way you are. It will free your mind of a heavy baggage of unnecessary worries. You will instantly feel light and cheerful.
In today?s hectic twenty-four hour work-a-day life people suffer from many things, ranging from stress to ulcers, to bad knees (from wearing high heels all the time!). Bad backs aren?t all that uncommon either, and if you wait around long enough you?ll be bound to see and hear your fair share about anxiety disorders, heartburn, strokes and even migraines. And let?s not forget the ever popular cold and flu viruses that always seem to be making the rounds. There is one thing ho...
When you're trying to lead a normal life and yet depression invades your every waking moment, the struggle of trying to pull off that charade can be more difficult than one could ever imagine.
Parkinson's disease is often thought of as a physical disease. In advanced cases it is not difficult to observe the tremors, tics, stiffness and mobility problems that are characteristic of the disease. Yet there is also a strong link between mental health and Parkinson's disease, with dementia often taking hold during the disease's later stages. A more prominent Parkinson's related mental health issue is depression. Parkinson's literature suggests that as many as half of peo...
Everyone can agree on the fact that depression is a debilitating disease. What we can?t all seem to agree on however, is what this disease does to a person?s ability to think reason and perceive. The problem in coming to an agreement here lies in the many causes and physical reactions to depression.
Mother Teresa was instrumental in starting charity missions around the world, teaching people about helping the poor, and traveling around the world to help the needy. She gave the world a moral example that joined cultures, classes, and religions. Recently, reports surfaced that Mother Teresa felt the absence of the God in her life and in her work.
Anxiety can be a life-altering occurrence. It can happen without our knowledge and can change a life forever.
Today we know a lot more about depression, this disease is one of the common and dangerous mental conditions we can encounter in all societies and in all cultures, it is in fact, an across the board human situation which, in the last few years, significant achievements have been made.
Would you like to move your life ahead in spite of worry and fear? Everyone has fears and worries, what sets us apart is our ability to deal with them and move on. This article will show you how to manage your worries and fears, so you free yourself from them. This is the place to obtain quick, action-oriented advice on steps you can take right now to reduce your fears and worries.
When it comes to treating depression, the best course of action is a treatment program that is initiated before a depressive illness becomes too severe. Therefore, it is important for a person to understand and appreciate the telltale signs of depression.
Even though a prescription drug, Oxycodone is being abused more and more. This very addictive drug can become a drug problem to unsuspected crowds. This article talks about oxycodone addiction, how to understand signs of oxycodone addiction and test for it.
Too many times, moving forward in life poses a challenge and requires discomfort. And depression can even make situations appear to be worse than they actually are because of inaction. A new study show that the right kind of coaching, encouragement and education, may be an effective treatment for depression.
All people have bad mood time from time, but they adopt different attitudes to it. Those who know how to control their mood and life energy are sure to win over the depression. These several simple steps of self control will help you to defeat the enemy.
Many scholars consider pathological narcissism to be a form of depressive illness.
Anyone who has ever had a panic attack knows how life stopping these events can feel. A panic attack can seriously hurt your quality of life by causing you become terrified of a repeat episode. This terror is just another negative side effect of panic attacks, and you should learn to think of it as such so that you can get on with your life without the constant fear of a panic attack hanging over your head.
Depression and menopause often occur at the same time. It is important to differentiate that they are two separate issues that can be treated at the same time.
From the months of November to February, the days are shorter and colder, and the nights longer and darker. When climate changes affect many people, they just can't understand why they tend to feel gloomy and miserable. Such mood disorder is known as winter depression, or Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
Since my early twenties, I have suffered from bipolar disorder. I am now in my mid-forties and have managed to keep it under control through the use of medications as well as the support of my friends, family and my wonderful and compassionate husband. Unfortunately, it took a long time to get to the point I am at now. For many years, I suffered through the challenges of trying to lead a productive and functional life despite being plagued by the imbalances brought on by my condition.