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If you often feel extremely low, coupled with a strong sense of hopelessness and dejection, then you must be very concerned, right?
These could be a few symptoms of depression, which must not be ignored.
Depression has become quite a common mental ailment these days.
Most of us would know someone who has suffered from it.
Due to the competitive lifestyles, work pressure, unhealthy habits, genetic tendencies, chemical imbalance in the brain, etc., many people experience varying degrees of depression.
Depression has many types and forms, in some cases, one of the symptoms of depression can be suicidal tendencies, so it should not be taken lightly.
Depression can be treated with intensive cognitive therapy sessions, psychoanalysis and prescription drugs. Since the symptoms of depression involve social withdrawal, anxiety, extreme fatigue, hopelessness, etc, it can seriously hamper a person's daily routine.
Performing every day things like jobs, social events, family interactions, etc, could become tedious for people suffering from depression.
So, here are some of the best tips to take control of your depression.
A recent research study has found that people suffering from clinical depression benefited greatly, when they involved themselves in helping someone in need, as this act makes them feel better about themselves!
Many people with depression tend to isolate themselves and not seek help. Talking to your friends and family and seeking solace in people can ease depression.
Taking walking in the sun, for a short while, is also known to help treat depression naturally, as the vitamin D from the sun rays can boost dopamine levels in the brain.
Yet another way to take control of your depression is to keep your surroundings tidy. When you de-clutter your living space, you tend to feel much lighter and generally better!
Lately, music and art therapy has proven to ease depression symptoms to a great extent. Join an art course of your choice and let your depression fade away!
Getting a pet and spending time caring for your pet can keep you distracted from dark thoughts and may be able to treat depression!
Avoid drinking too many caffeinated beverages like coffee or energy drinks, if you want to take control of your depression, as these beverages can make depression symptoms worse!