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2020-02-13T13:10:59.839Z
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Hi everyone ! Yes I am finally back sorry for the little break but I didn’t have the chance to post but now I can so today we are going to talk about depression. This is a very difficult subject because I am afraid to say something bad hopefully I won’t but if I say something bad please tell me in the comments. This tips are maybe not going to work for you amd I am already sorry 💗

Stay in touch

Don't withdraw from life. Socialising can improve your mood. Keeping in touch with friends and family means you have someone to talk to when you feel low.

Be more active

Take up some form of exercise. There's evidence that exercise can help lift your mood. If you haven't exercised for a while, start gently by walking for 20 minutes every day.

Read about exercise for depression.

Face your fears

Don't avoid the things you find difficult. When people feel low or anxious, they sometimes avoid talking to other people. Some people can lose their confidence in going out, driving or travelling.

If this starts to happen, facing up to these situations will help them become easier.

Reading Ten ways to fight your fears may help.

Don't drink too much alcohol

For some people, alcohol can become a problem. You may drink more than usual as a way of coping with or hiding your emotions, or just to fill time. But alcohol won't help you solve your problems and could also make you feel more depressed.

Read some tips on cutting down on alcohol.

Try to eat a healthy diet

Some people don't feel like eating when they're depressed and are at risk of becoming underweight. Others find comfort in food and can put on excess weight.

Antidepressants can also affect your appetite.

If you're concerned about weight loss, weight gain or how antidepressants are affecting your appetite, talk to your GP.

See tips on how to eat more healthily.

Have a routine

When people feel down, they can get into poor sleep patterns, staying up late and sleeping during the day. Try to get up at your normal time and stick to your routine as much as possible.

Not having a routine can affect your eating. Try to carry on cooking and eating regular meals.

Seeking help for depression

Get help if you're still feeling down or depressed after a couple of weeks.

Treatments for depression include psychological therapies and antidepressants.

You can refer yourself for psychological therapies like cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) or counselling on the NHS. You don't need a referral from your GP.

Like I said this is not going to work to everyone and I am sorry
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2020-02-14T00:08:47.595Z
@allyandarii Hope that will help you 💗
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2020-02-14T12:57:22.060Z
can the next theme be
“how to get over him(/her)”?

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2020-02-14T14:11:02.467Z
@ilybxtch if I find good tips yes it can be this theme 💗