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What should we do when depression occurs in the spring ?

What should we do when depression occurs in the spring ? When depression occurs in the spring,we should promptly do Self-regulation.There are several ways to get rid of this bad mood.Here follows 39 small methods, for your reference:   Emotions transfer method    1.Go for sports. During exercise, the brain releases endorphins , which is a […]

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Post-natal depression and anxiety (or non-psychotic depression)

Post-natal depression and anxiety (or non-psychotic depression) Symptoms constituting illness must be distinguished from ‘normal’ reactions to the multiple physiological, psychological and social stresses accompanying the arrival of a baby. A new mother is almost inevitably exhausted, preoccupied with and concerned about herself and the baby, and may be overwhelmed at times with worries about […]

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cognitive interventions for depression

cognitive interventions for depression According to the CT model, depressed and anxious people think their way into suff ering. Specifi cally, they have maladaptive basic views, or schemas (“I’m unlovable,” “I’m helpless”), associated maladaptive rules or underlying assumptions (“Unless I’m perfect, people won’t like me”), and related automatic thoughts that misinterpret everyday reality (Leahy, 1997; […]

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Depression and anxiety are associated with self-destructive behaviors

Self-Destructive Behaviors Depression and anxiety are also associated with self-destructive behaviors— alcohol or other drug abuse; disordered eating; excessive gambling or spending; Internet, television, or video-game abuse; self-cutting; or self-destructive sexual activity. Th ough momentarily exciting or soothing, such behaviors ultimately dig a deeper hole of suff ering. As with avoidance, treating selfdestructive behaviors begins […]

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depression and anxiety symptoms treatment

depression and anxiety symptoms treatment Every problem area in this volume is intertwined with every other, and nowhere are the mutual involvements more evident than with depression and anxiety. Students who are depressed or anxious are sure to struggle elsewhere— in their studies, in relationships, and with eating and substance use. In turn, problems in […]

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Biological interventions for depression

Biological interventions for depression A person suffering from depression may be prescribed medication to take. New antidepressant medication has fewer unwanted effects and is safer than older ones. Antidepressants are not addictive. They can be prescribed by a GP. There are two main categories. (1) SELECTIVE SEROTONIN REUPTAKE INHIBITORS (SSRIS) Low levels of a certain […]

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how can you help someone with depression

how can you help someone with depression  DURING DEPRESSED MOODS Please refer to the advice for depression which is given earlier in this chapter. DURING MANIC PERIODS Avoid argument and confrontation unless necessary to prevent harmful acts. The person you care for may be convinced that he or she is right, although to you and […]

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How can you help the person with depression?

How can you help the person you care for? A person with depression is not lazy or weak because they find it ‘difficult to get out of bed’ or because they do not find anything ‘worthwhile or pleasurable’. They cannot just ‘snap out of it’, ‘pull themselves together’ or ‘get better with a good holiday’. […]

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depression symptoms checklist

Depression is one of our most common emotions. It is common to experience feelings of sadness and tiredness in response to life events such as losses or disappointments. In most cases, as people come to terms with changes in life, the sad feelings resolve. In situations such as bereavement, these feelings may continue for months […]

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Risks of Untreated Depression

Risks of Untreated Depression Depression has been recognized as a disease that affects obstetrical and neonatal outcomes.Maternal depression has been shown to correlate with premature delivery  and preeclampsia .Other studies show that significant depressive and anxiety-related symptoms in pregnancy are associated with increased risk of preterm delivery and small-for-gestational-age births, low birth weight, intrauterine growth […]

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