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Depression

Feeling down sometimes is the normal part of life. However, when your sadness become despair and do not go away, it may be depression.

Some depressed people don’t feel sad at all but they may feel lifeless, empty, or men may even feel angry, aggressive and restless.

Depression rates in women are twice as high as they are in men.

Sign and symptoms:
• Feeling of hopelessness and helplessness
• Loss of interest in daily activities
• Appetite or weight change: weight loss or weight gain.
• Sleep changes: either insomnia or oversleep
• Anger or irritability
• Loss of energy
• Self-loathing
• Reckless behavior
• Problem with concentration
• Unexplained aches or pains

Depression, leading to suicide
Depression is a risk factor for suicide as the depressed people feel that suicide is the only way for them to escape of pain. Thus, if you think your friend or family members suffer depression and have some warning signs about suicide, take it seriously and seek help immediately.

Warning sign of suicide:
• Talking about killing or harming one's self
• Expressing strong feeling of hopelessness
• Unusual preoccupation with death
• Acting recklessly
• Calling or visiting people to say goodbye
• A sudden change in mood from extremely depressed to calm and happy

Causes:

• Loneliness
• Lack of social or family support
• Recent stressful life experiences
• Family history of depression
• Marital or family problem
• Financial strain
• Early childhood trauma or abuse
• Alcohol or drug abuse
• Unemployment or underemployment
• Health problem or chronic pain

Recovery from depression:
The combination of a social support, lifestyle changes, emotional skill building and professional help are the best approach to recovery.

Ask for help and support: the key to depression recovery is to ask for help. Let your family and friends know what you're going through and how they can support you.

Make healthy lifestyle change: lifestyle change can be very effective and have a big impact on depression:

• Cultivating supportive relationship
• Getting regular exercise and sleep
• Eating healthfully to naturally boost mood
• Managing stress
• Practicing relaxation techniques
• Challenging negative thought patterns

Build emotional skill: Building emotional skill can give you the ability to cope with adversity and loss as well. In other words, learning how to express your emotion can make you more spirited.

Seek professional help: you also can seek help from metal health professional. Effective treatment for depression often includes some form of therapy. Therapy can help you work through the root of your depression and understand what you can do to stay healthy, gives you skills and insight to prevent depression from coming back



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The brain is one of the most important organs in the human body. It is also called as the control center of the body. The brain acts as an operator by sending messages from all over the body to their proper destination. Especially, it has a wide range of responsibilities from coordinating our movements to managing our emotion. Hence, our life becomes unmeaning if one of the parts of the brain is impaired or damaged. Even memory problem for short time you encounter also interrupt or affect significantly to your daily life.

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