Self-contempt and depression – love yourself

Self-contempt and depression – love yourself It began with a question: “Am I good enough for this world?” The question triggered an uncertainty, a nagging doubt, which eventually settled on the soul, like a parasite. Self-contempt and depression – love yourself, you are beautiful. Maybe it was your parents who could not adequately show that they loved you. Who didn’t say it clearly enough, often enough? Perhaps it was the others, the ones at school, who emphasized and reinforced the doubts you had about yourself. Or there was no obvious…

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Five things you can do for someone who is depressed

Five things you can do for someone who is depressed Relating to someone who is depressed is difficult. First and foremost, it is difficult to see the suffering of a depressed person when one cares for one. It can also be extremely frustrating to see the apathy that comes with the disease. Many relatives have thought; “Why can’t she just sharpen up?”. Many parents, siblings, friends or boyfriends have worn themselves out in worry, grief and frustration over the illness of the loved one. there are tons of measures and…

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Out of depression

Out of depression Living in depression and later working to get rid of the disease is a multi-stage process. This post is an attempt to structure these phases and where we will see the way out of depression in a clearer light.  Phase 0 – Living in suffering and uncertainty The first phase, let’s call it Phase 0, is about living in the depression and being a victim of the disease. When you are here you do not have the profits or overview enough of the situation to work out…

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The new public disease burnout or depression

The new public disease burnout or depression

The new public disease burnout or depression First, the phone rang, then the anxiety came chasing. Like lightning from clear skies. The fear of taking the phone. The fear of the customers. The new public disease burnout or depressionMore and more people are burnt out. And it’s not just people in their 40-50s. Young people right down to their 20s are in danger. Researchers estimate that as much as a third of the population is at risk of burnout to a greater or lesser extent. The new public disease burnout…

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Anxiety and depression Q&A

Anxiety and depression

Anxiety and depression Q&A Anxiety and depression can be both difficult and difficult to talk about. Here are some questions and answers from a study. 1. What exactly are anxiety and depression? A. Fear is the body’s foremost protection system that should alert us when something is dangerous. When fear is triggered time and time again by something that is not really that dangerous (repeated false alarms). Or when you may not understand why it happens, it is often called anxiety.You could say it is an excessive fear reaction, that…

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Alternative Treatments for Depression – What You Should Know

Alternative Treatments for Depression – What You Should Know Alternative Treatments for Depression For some, seeking alternative treatments for their depression is an attempt to avoid drugs, or it may be part of the person’s preference for natural treatments in general. But just because a treatment is natural does not mean it’s the best choice for you, or that it is automatically safe. Here are some of the more popular alternative treatments for depression and what you should know about them. St. John’s Wort Have you heard of this herb?…

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The Dangers of Depression

The Dangers of Depression The Dangers of Depression…There are definite dangers associated with depression. It can affect nearly all ages, with some groups and demographics being more susceptible than others (women are more likely to develop depression than men, for example, and teens are said to be more prone to depression than adults). Depression can even be fatal, warn medical professionals; and it’s not just the disorder that poses risks. Medications can also present their own list of risky side effects. Here are some of the dangers commonly associated with…

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Living with Depression – Life’s Not Over

Living with Depression – Life’s Not Over For those living with depression, every day can be a challenge. For family members of depressed people, it’s sometimes hard to know what to do, and you may feel like you’re walking on eggshells. Understanding depression can go a long way in helping deal with this illness, and there are some coping tips that may help. Here are some suggestions. Get the Best Treatment The first step for a depressed person is to get treatment – but it’s equally important to get the…

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Natural Treatments for Depression

Natural Treatments for Depression Natural Treatments for DepressionIf you suffer from mild to moderate depression, you may be interested in natural treatments. Even cases of severe depression may benefit from natural remedies in conjunction with medication. Natural treatments run the gamut from supplements to lifestyle changes to alternative therapy. Here are some natural treatments that may help this disorder. Dietary Adjustments Natural health experts generally agree that diet is important in managing depression symptoms. Some dietary changes you can make include: * Eat nutrient-dense foods. This helps make sure your…

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Treatment Options for Depression

Treatment Options for Depression Depression is different for different people. It’s important to work with your healthcare provider to work out a suitable treatment that fits your needs. Here are some of the treatment options your doctor may discuss with you. Treatment Options for Depression Pharmaceuticals There are various drugs available that are used to treat depression. It’s a good idea to be as detailed as you can in sharing your symptoms with your doctor, because he or she will base your medication on these symptoms. All depression medications are…

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Dealing With Sleep Issues For Those With Fibromyalgia

Sleep Issues Dealing With Sleep Issues For Those With Fibromyalgia One of the issues associated with fibromyalgia is difficulty with sleep. Whether it is due to chronic muscle pain or depressive symptoms, people with fibromyalgia often struggle with being able to get to sleep and having a restful night’s sleep. Fortunately, there are things that can be done to improve the quantity and quality of sleep in those who suffer from fibromyalgia. Here are some tips for better sleep when dealing with fibromyalgia: Sleep with a heating pad. The heating…

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Fibromyalgia And Depression Often Go Hand In Hand

Fibromyalgia And Depression Fibromyalgia And Depression Often Go Hand In Hand If you are living with the diagnosis of fibromyalgia, it should probably come as no surprise to you that fibromyalgia and depression often go hand in hand. Many people with fibromyalgia suffer from more than the physical symptoms associated with the disease but also suffer from emotional symptoms such as depression and anxiety.  The reasons why these things are related are not yet completely clear and yet researchers are actively trying to find the connection. Scientific Reasons Why Fibromyalgia…

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