Posted on Aug 03, 2007 | Comments 1
Managing the symptoms of depression can help you better relate to what you experience when feeling depressed.
Managing the symptoms of depression can also help you get a grip on your emotions, which is the sparker of emotional responses and reactions that can cause depression.
Symptoms Of Depression:
- Sadness comes from grief, deplorable thinking, regret, dullness in perceptions, and unhappiness with something or someone.
- Helplessness means you lack in support and protection, thus you are defenseless. Helpless means you are marked through inabilities to react or act to something.
- Aches and Pains may not be a figment of your imagination, and while the doctor cannot find an answer, answers do exist that causes the problem.
- Hopelessness means you have no expectations of good coming to you, or success in your future. Hopeless is despair, which means you think no cures or remedies are available to help you out of your state of depression.
Definitions For Various Symptoms Of Depression
- Despair makes you feel hopeless.
- Misery is the state of where a person suffers, which results from poverty and afflictions. When you feel miserable, it often stems from circumstances, conditions, thing, or environment, which causes discomfort. Thus, it is emotional distress.
- Moody puts you in submission to gloomy states of the mind.
- Reduction in Energy could mean that your metabolism is off balance. Metabolism is your life-sustaining force, which interrelates, sequences of chemicals, which interact and take place by correlating with the living organs. Particular nutrients and metabolism promoters could help you reduce this portion of depressive symptoms.
- Powerless is lack of energy.
- Headaches come from excessively stress, biological issues, and can characterize through severe pains around the eye and/or temple area of the head, which tends to reoccur through sequences of attacks.
- Fatigue occurs when the cognitive disorders or dysfunctions occur. Thus, depression causes the headaches.
- Worthlessness is a feeling of triviality, which means we have no relevance in life, and are unimportant.
- Meaninglessness means we have unassigned functions in language and its system, thus it is lacking in significance of character.
- Emotional relates to the emotions. Emotions touch our sensitivity and arousals, which sends sparks through reaction and responses.
- Suicidal means we are deep in desire, desperate and cannot find a purpose to live.
- Pessimistic thinking leads to negative thoughts, which consumes the mind. The thoughts come from feelings of gloominess.
- Mentally challenged means we have difficulties in learning, and are, affected by conditions, which limit our abilities to learn, as well as function independently. The results stem from congenital (inborn), brain injuries, or else disease.
- Unloved is revile, detest, or despicable state, which means you cannot tolerate realities, which include loves definition. Often the feeling of unloved stems from passions, longings, and/or desires, which human touch is lacking, thus love converts to sexual gratifications unwarranted.
- Weight loss and gain: When the mind is, consumed, you will experience anorexia and/or bulimic symptoms, which often last a short time. Setting and sticking to a diet plan can help.
- Isolated is a feeling of individuality, which feels withdrawn and/or removed from people or society.
- Boredom is the state of mind where a person feels restless and weary, which prompts lack of interest.
- Loss of interest is the inability to persuade the mind or participate in activities or entertainment. Thus, it is temporary disassociation from things of interest.
- Mind chaos: Depressive symptoms cause the mind to feel chaotic, since the thoughts are, clouded, which makes it difficult to concentrate, or focus.
While additional symptoms are included in depression, the primary symptoms link the other symptoms together and all boil down to one big problem.
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