I Am Depressed
I Am Depressed
Most of us feel sad, lonely, or depressed sometime in the course of our life. To be depressed is a normal reaction to loss of loved one or loss of material being, life’s struggles against tough moment, or an injured self-esteem because someone attacked you emotionally. But when these feelings become overwhelming, involve physical symptoms, and last for long periods of time, they can keep you from leading a normal, active life. That is why it is time to recognise the probelm and seeks professional counselor help at a timely manner.
I Am Depressed: To be depressed is a normal reaction to loss of loved one or loss of material being, life’s struggles against tough moment, or an injured self-esteem because someone attacked you emotionally.
If left untreated, symptoms of clinical or depresssion may worsen and last for months or sometimes even years. They can cause untold suffering and possibly lead to suicide. The most important is to intercept the patient well being before she takes the suicidal action.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, the various symptoms of depression may include the following:
- Difficulty concentrating, remembering details, and making decisions, impairing proper judgement ability
- Fatigue and decreased energy, tiredness, malaise, and irritability
- Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, and/or helplessness, totally dependent on other to decide for her
- Feelings of hopelessness and/or pessimism as if it is the end of the world
- Insomnia, early-morning wakefulness, or excessive sleeping causing chronic fatigue, and tiredness
- Irritability, restlessness, unable to calm down with hyperactive mind and racing thought
- Loss of interest in activities or hobbies once pleasurable, including sex, meaning loss of libido and desire, no interest in opposite sex
- Overeating or appetite loss on both the extreme
- Persistent aches or pains, headache, cramps, or digestive problems that do not ease even with treatment
- Persistent sad, anxious, or “empty” feelings, with bank stares and empty mind
- Thoughts of suicide, suicide attempts and finally commit the act of suicide with detailed planning
Most important here is to help prevent the patient getting into actual act of suicide. Diagnose early and take preventive steps. Look out for warnig sign of depression as below.
I Am Depressed: Most important here is to help prevent the patient getting into actual act of suicide. Diagnose early and take preventive steps. Look out for warnig sign of depression
Warning signs of suicide with depression include:
- A sudden switch from being very sad to being very calm or appearing to be happy
- Always talking or thinking about death
- Clinical depression (is a state of deep sadness, loss of interest, having trouble sleeping and eating) that gets worse
- Putting affairs in order, tying up loose ends, changing a will
- Saying things like “It would be better if I wasn’t here” or “I want out”
- Talking about suicide (killing one’s self)
- Visiting or calling people one cares about
- Having a “death wish,” tempting fate by taking risks that could lead to death, such as driving through red lights
- Losing interest in things one used to care about
- Making comments about being hopeless, helpless, or worthless
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