7 Habits That Helped Me Managing My Depression.


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.

If you feel like the above symptoms, then it’s a wake-up call.

Be Happy:

No matter what happens, always be happy. Nothing is impossible in this world. Be courageous in every situation. Studies have shown that when chooses to redirect your attention to the positive, your serotonin levels increase. Do meditation as it has been shown to increase dopamine level and feeling of happiness. If you are happy, the stress will also be reduced. Stress is one of the biggest causes of depression. To overcome depression, measures should be taken to reduce stress.

Have A Good Diet:

Healthy food keeps your mind and body active and fresh. Increase the intake of Omega – 3 fatty acid and folate as it helps in treating depression. Emphasize on eating fruits, vegetables, nuts, fish, eggs.
It will give more nutrients and vitamins and make you healthier. Drink lots of water as it releases toxins from the body. Some studies show that water is a great “anxiety quencher”. When the body is dehydrated, it can actually induce anxiety and nervousness. When we are dehydrated our cells feel it at the molecular level and communicate this to the subconscious as an underline subtle anxiety or threat to survival. The key to rebalancing this deficit of fluids is to drink eight glasses of fresh water a day. Water alone may not cure GAD and other related disorders, but it can sure calm those nerves! As a side note, there are many herbal supplements, such as PureCalm, that can be added to water to calm nerves as well.

Focusing Fitness:

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:

Some studies have suggested that increased amount of sunlight has a positive effect on mood.
Vitamin D plays a role to cure depression.
Go outdoors like Gardening, walking and other activities have beneficial effects.

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.

Try Acupuncture:

There is a lot of back and forth about acupuncture, but I say keep an open mind. There have been some studies that have shown acupuncture helps with pain and may help with depression and anxiety as well. When the needle enters your skin at one of the 400 body points used by acupuncturists, your body responds by releasing endorphins. It will make you feel calm, happy, and relaxed, and many people say this feeling lasts long after the session is over.
Depression is becoming significant issues nowadays. Take care of yourself and your loved ones. Try this tip maybe you will make a significant impact in someone’s life.

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Shwetank Gupta April 11, 2018 at 10:54 pm

Worth Reading! Everyone should adapt these tips!

Santwona Patnaik April 15, 2018 at 2:34 am

Useful tips to get over depression.

Munendra Rathore May 31, 2018 at 7:37 pm

Thanks for the article

Masood Malick May 31, 2018 at 8:14 pm

Helpful tips!

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