Clinical Depression Symptoms with 2 Ideas on Eliminating It!

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Clinical depression can affect anyone at any time. In this video I will share the signs and 2 ideas to feel better.

I remember that some time ago I broke up with my girlfriend and during the first days I did not have any motivation to do anything. Everything lost its meaning and I was completely lazy. It was like the movie "Forgetting Sarah Marshal"

Have you ever felt this way in life at some time?

Of course, everyone feels sad from time to time, like receiving an unexpected bill, but clinical depression or some people call it major depression when someone feels that way all day. According to Web Md it is at least 2 weeks. Now I was not so depressed for 2 weeks, but it was a couple of days and fortunately I could get out of that.

One of the most common signs of this condition is having no ambition to perform activities that were once enjoyed. To give you an example, maybe someone used to enjoy playing the guitar and not now.

Depending on the song maybe that's a good thing. Do not play "Fade to Black" by Metallica or "Loser" by 3 Doors Down if you're really sad because those are really depressing songs.

Another classic symptom would be not wanting to get out of bed or do anything. I could remember sitting in my chair and going out into space for long periods of time. I kept thinking about bad things that have happened in the past. Yes, that's not good, right?

Of course, when you are depressed, anxiety about the future may appear and that does not help when you try to rest well at night. Insomnia really is another classic sign. The next thing would be a change in eating habits.

Eat a lot of food or possibly not eat anything. For me it was strange because I was not very interested in the food. You know there is something wrong when someone is like that.

To overcome clinical depression, I think it's a good idea to cheat on you. What I mean by this is, have you ever heard that if you force yourself to smile you will feel happier? It sounds a bit corny, right? If you force yourself to be active and do something, then your mind is not focused on what the problem is and you can feel better.

The way I overcame my great sadness was forcing me to keep busy. This included cycling, reading, and just doing anything to get my mind distracted from what was worrying him.

Another idea would be to take omega 3 fats. In a Norwegian study of about 22,000 people, the conclusion showed that people who regularly took omega 3 fats were 30% less likely to have symptoms of depression than those who did not. That is a really big number!

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Clinical Depression Symptoms with 2 Ideas on Eliminating It!

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  1. Only two weeks? I have struggled with it really my whole life. Started in my teens. I am 30 now still have it bad. It never really goes away. Some days are better than others. You learn to hide so people don't hate or make fun of you.

  2. ive been depressed for about 3 years now. i tried the "fake it till you make it" strategy for a while and, while definitely better than nothing, I found it didn't really pull me out of it, however it did keep me from sinking too much further. Still trying to escape this but yea, that's just my 2 cents. anyone else out there, keep trying to be happy. you are not alone.

  3. real good video, i'm pretty much down all the time , wish i could find the old me again, maybe one day , have a safe weekend

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