Depression

Tips And Advice For Dealing With Depression

In treating your depression, it is important to have basic knowledge about what you can expect, once you know what can happen to you then you can recognize it and deal with it. It’s also important to know what resources are available  to you, where you can go for information, where you can go for help and support. Once you have at least a basic understanding then you can work to change things in your life.You might be prescribed medication. That medication has the ability to restore some sense or normalcy to your mind and give you a greater

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Depression – Make Your Own Way to Counter it

How would one describe depression? The Oxford dictionary defines depression as “severe, typically prolonged, feelings of despondency and dejection”. Meriam Webster gives a more elaborated version of this definition as “a mood disorder marked especially by sadness, inactivity, difficulty with thinking and concentration, a significant increase or decrease in appetite and time spent sleeping, feelings of dejection and hopelessness, and sometimes suicidal thoughts or an attempt to commit suicide”Everyone one of us has there own expression and definition of depression that might not be similar to these standard versions. However being sad, gloomy or dejected lies at the core

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10 Things To Do When You Have Depression

Natural cures for depression could be hard to find especially if you don’t want to take medication. The best natural cure for depression that I have found is to get to know yourself better. I know you probably came to this website expecting a Magic pill. But the magic pill does not exit. And if it exists it definitely has lot of side effects. If you get to know yourself then you will be able to cope with your problems better.In fact, you will be able to find the root of all your problems. You are probably saying: “I

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Causes For Clinical Depression

The exact causes of clinical depression are not yet fully understood. Usually more than one factors, collectively, are responsible for the development of clinical depression in any person. These external factors may be physical, psychological, hereditary or environmental. It should be noted that all these factors may cause the condition in one person but not in the other person. The ability to resist these external factors or triggers is different in different persons. Following are some of the important causes, discussed in detail: Biological Causes If someone in your family has depression you are more likely to develop the

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Childhood Depression

Although you may not think it, children of young ages can actually suffer from depression. It may seem obvious how adults and adolescents could suffer because of the things they face in their lives, it may be harder to see how a child could suffer from it. The fact is that children can experience depression just like anyone else. Although it may seem like most young kids do not have much to worry about, there can be certain circumstances or triggers. One of the things to keep in mind with little children is that they might not be able

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Depression In Women

I am sure everyone has heard the saying “men are from mars, and woman are from venus.” Well, to say that men and woman are from completely different planets is a little extreme, but there is no doubt that the two genders are very different both physically and emotionally. One difference is that women tend to show and express their emotions more than men do, so it could potentially be easier to tell if a woman is suffering from depression. Signs Depression occurs at a higher rate in women, so it is important to be on the lookout for

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How to Help Someone With Depression

Do you know someone who is currently suffering from depression, or possibly someone you suspect to be? If so, you will want to be sure to exercise care and caution when talking to them about it, especially if they have not been diagnosed with the disease yet. If this is a person that you care about and want to see get better, there are a number of things that you can do to help them get through their depression, here are some ideas to get you started in the right direction. Have They Been Diagnosed With Depression? If you

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Postpartum Depression Symptoms – a Chemical Explanation?

By all accounts postpartum depression symptoms are easily recognizable: You struggle to keep the house in order. Your crying child is such a burden you can’t even find the time for a shower. You are constantly sad and wondering if you are losing your mind. You are feeling guilty because you don’t have that warm glow when holding your baby. You are irritable towards everyone. You feel ashamed because you are supposed to be ecstatic with the new baby’s arrival. About 70% of new mothers experience the so-called postpartum blues for a few days. But a significant number of

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Shine a Light on Your SAD Depression

Many independent studies now say that SAD Depression lights are helpful in reducing the symptoms of seasonal depression. It’s also known as winter depression, SAD or Seasonal Affective Disorder. SAD usually affects people in the sunshine-deprived winter months. What makes us SAD? A bright and sunny day lifts the spirit and mood of most people. You can’t measure this cheerfulness on a meter, but it is palpable. The opposite, a persistent lack of lack of sunshine, will affect many people negatively, particularly those who are vulnerable to seasonal depression. There is a definite link between sunlight and health. Unfortunately,