Posted on Jan 23, 2007 | Comments 0
Despair makes me feel anguish, gloom, and despondent to my daily activities. Despair brings me misery and makes me feel hopeless.
Sometimes I cannot see the light, while other times I feel dejection taking me over. Sometimes I lose hope, or else give up hope. What can I do? What is wrong? Am I going crazy?
No, you are not going crazy. If that were the case millions of other, people would be standing on the crazy line as well. Sometimes you may do foolish things. Sometimes you may act foolish; however, you are not crazy.
Everyday, someone just like you feels the same way. So, donâ€™t be under the impression that you are alone. The reality is five million people in the whole world each day suffer depression, and the scale is not, measured on the 5.5 billion or more people in the world.
Grant it, depression is a lonely highway, which sometimes you think you are losing your mind, but the fact is something is behind the depression causing your despair an answer lays. The answers wait for someone to discover its cause, thus leading to acceptance, understanding, and resolve.
Melatonin And Serotonin
Sometimes chemical imbalances cause depression. Melatonin and serotonin, as well as other chemicals in the mind sometimes jump the track.Â Melatonin is a colored-changing hormone, which derives from the chemical serotonin. Serotonin secretes via the pineal glands, which generate the changes in the vertebrate, skin, and is significant for regulating the bodyâ€™s biorhythms.
Serotonin on the other hand, is a neurotransmitter chemical, which comes from amino acids, including tryptophan. The substance broadly dispatches into the bodyâ€™s tissues, which acts as transmitters while constricting the blood vessels, which fight injury. Thus, the reaction causes emotional reactions.
Amino acids are constituents composed of proteins, and are organic acids, which contain amino groups. More particularly, the acids compose protein and are vital to the living cells. The organic acids either slow or develop appropriately the natural process of our life force.
Suppressing Historic Memories
Sometimes we feel depressed because many of us suppress historic memories. For example, you may have been, abused as a child and will refuse to accept the truth behind the actions.
Of course, abuse is the most difficult thing to overcome, however if you do not start managing your depression, remember the predators have won. One of the saddest things in life is that people fail to see that abuse exists and it can destroy lives.
Most people that have not endured bad incidents or accidents will shun away those that have. The upside is one day it could happen to them. Only then will these people understand you and what, you feel inside.
The downside is another victim will enter the world, yet another survivor will step forward. Keep in mind, there is a hand full of people out there that cares, therefore seek help if you cannot manage and conquer your depression on your own.
Depression comes from depressive symptoms. Sometimes our atmosphere can result in depression. Sometimes our bodies and mind will cause us to feel depressed. Still, an answer is there, and all it takes is you to apply some effort to find the problem.
In the world, we suffer depression from family difficulties, financial burdens, war, changes, poverty, and the like. All these things are stressors, which cause stress. you can learn to manage depression if you learn how to cope with stress, which is an everyday occurrence.
One thing you want to keep in mind when fighting depression is that sometimes you have no control over your circumstances. When you have no control, let it go.
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