Depression cure

    • Re: Depression cure

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    • Re: Depression cure

      Benton123 wrote:

      Do take deep breath in fresh air, Take multivitamin regularly,
      Share your problems with your family, Avoid alcohol, caffeine and other stimulants....

      This sure as hell didn't work for me. I tried all that and ended up writing a suicide note which I later burned after I got drunk.

      JohnMat wrote:

      For a better and effective depression cure, 8-10 hours sleep, daily exercises, to be sociable, healthy eating and positive thinking these all things are most useful to reduce depression. Meditation is one of the best idea for depression cure.

      ^ Now this doe's work for me. I found taking out my aggression via martial art's,sleep aid's and being told how great I am actually do make me feel better. As it would turn out even though I'm 18 I'm still just an upset little boy deep down that need's a hug. At least that's what my psychiatrist told me.
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    • Re: Depression cure

      Benton123 wrote:

      Do take deep breath in fresh air, Take multivitamin regularly,
      Share your problems with your family, Avoid alcohol, caffeine and other stimulants....


      This won't work for everyone. It should evaluated and treated based on a case-by-case scenario.

      Take a deep breath in fresh air? There are breathing exercises and meditation if that's what you mean.

      Multivitamins (or a change of diet accordingly) and exercise usually do help.

      Sharing problems with your family may not always be the best idea if your family is the cause of the problem in the first place.

      Avoiding depressants and stimulants is easier said than done.

      All depends on the person's circumstances and if they have any other mental health disorders. Better to see a doctor to rule out any underlying causes and then be referred to an appropriate method of treatment.
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