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The most important thing I would like to state before anything else is that depression is a disease, it’s not just feeling a bit down or sad. It’s a clinical disease, one that can be treated or managed with the use of medicine. There are some foods that will actually help you fight depression, but in the end it is a disease and unfortunately not many people know this, and thus they trivialize it. Underestimation of depression can lead to some negative consequences, so in this article we will try to give you some insight into the telltale signs of depression so that you will know what is happening with yourself and seek help. Because the only way things are going to get better is if you seek professional help. Depression will vary from person to person but there are some commonalities and we’re here to talk about those things that almost all depressed people will have in common. One important thing you need to keep in mind is that almost all of these signs and symptoms are a part of life’s normal lows and that it doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re depressed if you’re experiencing them, but if they do tend to last for a long period of time and are quite intense, they there is a good chance that you’re clinically depressed.

It is then, when you are beginning to recognize that there may be something wrong with what you’re feeling that you should seek professional help. Sleep Pattern  Changes – You will either have insomnia and can’t be able to sleep for days in a row, or you will sleep too much and abandoning yourself. Lack of Energy – You feel tired all the time, sluggish and drained. You don’t feel like walking or even getting out of bed some mornings. Something as simple as going to the toilet will seem like a Herculean task. Self-Hate – You blame yourself for almost everything, or you consider yourself a victim. Either way, you feel worthless and guilty almost all the time.

You criticize yourself harshly and you even resort to harming your own body. If you have ever had thoughts of harming yourself, please seek help now. It could make a huge difference in your life. Hopelessness and Helplessness – You begin to have a bleak outlook on life. Nothing will get better, there is no point in doing anything and you can’t do anything that will improve your current situation because there is no escape. Loss of Interest – You lose almost all your interest in the daily activities that up until that point bought you pleasure and satisfaction. You don’t want to go out, watch your favorite team compete or even have sex.

You no longer feel pleasure and you even neglect your personal hygiene. Reckless Behavior –This happens because you may feel like everything that happens in your life is meaningless and is no longer of any substance. So you think that drinking too much, or doing drugs or engaging in dangerous sports will thrill you and get a reaction from you. Sadly this is almost never the case. Concentration Issues – Many people who are depressed have trouble focusing and remembering things. It is because they can’t seem to attribute importance to anything. Depression being a disease, it will actually change the hormones in your body, influencing your concentration ability.

Aches and Pains – Unexplained aches pain that take you by surprise, such as headaches, muscle pain, stomach ache, back pain and even pain in your extremities. Your body isn’t happy and it’s letting you know this. Also, you might be somatizing some interior conflicts that want to get out and do so by disturbing your body and its delicate balance. Appetite or Weight Changes – If you lost interest in food, if you simply don’t care about it and you’ve lost a considerable amount because of this, then there might be something wrong. Also, an increase in appetite, the feeling of never being quite full may also represent an issue. Feeling like you need to fill the void inside with food. If you feel like things are getting out of control and there isn’t anything you can do about it, if you feel futile and alone, then you might be experience the early signs of depression.

Remember that depression is a disease and thus it can be treated. Don’t be afraid to seek help! If you want to talk to someone, you can leave us a line in the comment section below and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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