DEPRESSION- is a common response to health problems and is an often " under diagnosed" problem.


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Depression:
Sadness or downswings in mood are normal reactions to life's struggles, setbacks, and disappointment. Many people use the word " depression" to explain these kinds of feelings, but depression is much more than just sadness.
Some people describe depression as " living in a blank hole" or having a felling of impending doom.
Some way feel lifeless, empty and a pathetic, or men in particular may even feel angry, aggressive and restless.

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Whatever the symptoms, depression is different from normal sadness in that it engulfs your day - to - day life, interfering with you ability to work, study, eat, sleep and have fun.
Sign and symptoms of depression include:
- Feeling of helplessness and hopeless
- Loss of interest in daily activities
- Appetite or weight changes
- Sleep changes
- Anger or irritability
- Loss of energy
- Self - loathing
- Rack less behavior

Supporting your friends or family members who is in depression:

What to do when you are worried about a friend :

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It always hard to know what to do when a friend or relative has depression. Here is some tips to help you support your friend in the right way -




Listen : Sometimes just being there and listening without judgment is the best thing you can do.



Encourage them to talk : Talking about concerns or anxieties can stop them bottling up feelings


Spend time with them : Depression can make you feel isolated. Send your friend messages, call them and meet up to show you care

Don’t dismiss their feelings: Telling them to ‘ cheer up’ can make them feel even worse, it isn’t that simple.



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