Depression is a severe problem facing the world today. Nowadays everyone running behind the luxurious life and accomplish something. But in this race sometime we failed and today’s generation is lacking in fighting with this failure which causes them Depression.
United Nations celebrate World Health Day. Depression is the theme of this year. Every year, the World Health Day is celebrated on the 7th of April to mark the establishment of the WHO, an organisation that has taken many efforts and measures to tackle different kinds of diseases and mental disorders that are taking a toll on innumerable lives throughout the world.
The persistent feeling of sadness or loss of interest that characterises significant depression can lead to a range of behavioural and physical symptoms.
These may include changes in sleep, appetite, energy level, concentration or self- esteem.
Depression can also lead to the thoughts of Suicide.
Have A Good Diet:
Take a gym membership and let your all worries drain away in sweat. Yes, trust it feels very light. Workout drains out all the frustration through sweat. Make daily fitness regime to fit yourself. Experts say that exercise increases the body release of neurotransmitter and hormones and also helps to regulate sleep.
Increase Exposure To Sunlight:
Read Inspirational Books:
Reading is the best habit which people should possess. Reading helps in increasing knowledge as well as boost intellectual power. Buy some motivational or inspirational books which boost your mood and generate the feeling of positivity inside you.
Laughing is the best medicine. We all are aware of this fact. Join laughing clubs, make friends go for parties, join hobby classes or find companions with whom you can laugh and chit-chat. Laughing also cures anxieties. Sudden feeling better.