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I have been cursed with depression most of my adult life. I especially remember that my bouts of depression would center around the delivery cycle of The Mother Earth News magazine. It came every two months and I would read it from cover to cover and then, usually fall into a blue period which would sometimes turn into depression. I figured that it was because the magazine caused me to dream of freedom and a different lifestyle which was very different from the one I was living. I didn't feel there was a way to live the life I longed for, that I was stuck, so I became depressed.
As time went on, I noticed that when I was under a lot of stress, my depression cycle deepened. When I sold books door to door, the job was very stressful and I would be able to work at selling for two weeks and then each third week, I would be unable to face the world and stayed in bed for a week. Then I would feel ready to face things again, sell for another two weeks and retreat to sleep for another week. This was not a healthy cycle, it really put a strain on relationships with others. I was lucky that Jeanne was able to cope with my ups and downs.
Then I made some "responsible" choices, going to college and joining the regular workforce and slowly my depression cycle returned. I think the cycle is a naturally occurring ebb and flow that we all have and that the deep depression was my subconscious minds' way of trying to deal with life choices it didn't agree with. As I struggled with employment issues and dealing with teenaged children my depression really became a monster that sometimes completely stopped me in my tracks. I would find myself unable to do the simplest tasks. I began visiting a depression treatment center, encouraged by a councilor to figure out what was wrong so that I could be over this once and for all. That was one of the worst times of my life, because I had no way to get out of the cycle of depression. I wasn't working, so didn't get that positive lift to my ego. The medications seemed to do little to help. And the kids weren't making life any easier.
Eventually, I just went back to work and forgot all the depression center nonsense and my mood immediately rose. They say men derive self esteem from work and women derive self esteem from their relationships. That may be true because I certainly began to feel better being back at work. Still the cycle continued, at least I found that anytime I got a cold, I stayed sick longer than normal. A cold that would cause a normal person to miss a day of work would knock me out for a week. This effects your reputation at work and has a negative impact on your career. I began to suspect that I might have allergies that were causing me to be physically overwhelmed and thereby affecting my mental state.
Good theory, but when I finally learned that I had type 2 diabetes (in 2003) I finally understood why I had these lingering illnesses. Diabetics typically have symptoms three times longer than others. Their systems abilities to fight off colds and flu are less, so they need to be careful to avoid sickness. And being sick opens the door to depression, mental states are lower and your ability to cope goes down when you feel helpless.
My depression cycle still continued, but since I knew why I was unable to give good consistent work to an employer, I determined to go back to stained glass full time. It had been part time from the day I sold my business back in 1984, now it's full time again. One of the benefits of being self employed is that if I'm having a bad day, I can go to work later. I can adjust my work hours to go along with how I'm feeling. Some days I'm only up to 3 or 4 hours of work and some days I'm up to putting in 10 or 12 hours of work. Depression is not as much of an issue any longer because I'm doing what I love and so my stress levels are at a level I can handle.
But occasionally, the monster of the "artistic temperament" raises its' head and I have to deal with it. I have found a few ways of coping with depression over the years.
First, when you find yourself getting down, try to look inside and see what is causing the additional stress. Getting down is normal, it's when you start to not be able to deal with it that you have a problem, so look inside and see what's going on. Are you facing moral issues that weigh heavily on you? Is your life not tracking where you want it to? What is it that seems to be trapping you? Once you find your answers, you can begin to dream of ways to bring your life back into control, which will lessen your feelings of helplessness. It may be something as simple as starting a savings account for a vacation that you want to take, or starting a plan to get out of debt. Your problems won't disappear, but your attitude towards them will make them feel less threatening.
Second, make sure that the little voice in your head is positive and not negative. Write yourself a little commercial that you read to yourself everyday and throughout the day. It should be positive and state what a winner you are and how successful you are, it should reflect your dreams and state them as if they are already a reality. This little recitation to yourself will turn away the negative that can grind you down and allow you to get to a place where you can handle things again. When I can't work up the energy to even read my affirmation, I sing a little song which I made up (patterned on one they taught when I was selling): It's a great day to be a glass man, Best Thing I know, It's a great day to be a glass man, Everywhere I go, go, go, go Cut my own pieces, Put them back together, It's a great, great day to be a glass man, No matter what the weather.
It's a very dopey song, but I find that no matter how down I am, I can mumble this and it raises my attitude enough to croak it and then to sing it and then to believe it. And if I believe I'm happy, then I am.
Third, and most important, I have to let God into my life. When I'm down, I don't believe in anything, not God and not Jeanne and not my own abilities. But if I can open up just a little and talk to God and ask for help, he always helps in some way. He didn't give us life so we can suffer, we're here to have joy and get out of ourselves and look around us and see the good in life and enjoy it and see the suffering around us and reach out to help relieve that suffering that others are experiencing.
Depression is a natural event, in my life anyway. So I figure it must be a natural event in your life as well. It's neither good or bad, it just is. How we deal with it, that's what determines the difference between those whose lives work and those whose lives don't work.
David Gomm started building stained glass windows professionally back in 1983 and has become an expert at many aspects of stained glass building, design and repair. He writes a monthly newsletter at www.betterstainedglass.com
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Depression and Anxiety
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In today's world, where we have advanced more technologically in the past 30 years than the previous 300 years prior, depression and anxiety are commonplace. It is no longer taboo to discuss depression and anxiety. In fact, depression and anxiety relief have become a billion dollar industry in chemical treatment alone.
While there may be genetic tendencies towards each of these disorders, environmental triggers seem to play a key role.
No matter what the cause is, depression and anxiety can be crippling to an individual.
Many people who suffer from depression don't realize the underlying anxiety that co-exists with this disease. What is important is that both depression and anxiety be treated in order to have more successful results for relief.
The question that remains controversial is which depression and anxiety treatments work the best? Some find that taking a prescribed medication such as an antidepressant, works miracles while others choose to deal with depression and anxiety through alternative medication.
Depression and anxiety counseling have not been lost: there have merely been hundreds of depression and anxiety theories factored in to which treatment works best. Many times, finding the correct depression and anxiety counseling is as much trial-and-error as finding the correct antidepressant, herbal remedy or dosage. Different depression and anxiety counselors must fit like a glove in order to gain trust and build a good relationship with the one suffering from the depression and anxiety.
Many experts stress that depression and anxiety is best treated with a combination of drug therapy and psychotherapy. Once the major symptoms of the depression and anxiety have lessened, it is advised that the patient adopt a lifestyle which includes exercise, nutrition, relaxation and prioritization.
Awareness and prevention are empowering weapons in the fight against depression and anxiety. In the future, this author will share powerful tools to use which will assist in breaking the depression and anxiety cycle. <strong>Depression and Anxiety</strong>
Part time freelance writer and student; full time single mom and customer service representative for a wonderful company: Kristin Griffey never writes about it unless she has lived it.
Post-Partum Depression is a debilitating, albeit extremely common, condition that affects new mothers everywhere. Medication is of course one of the standard remedies, but before you opt for it, there are other, simpler solutions which could very well get you back on your feet without modifying your metabolism.. Here are several of them, drawn from accounts of actual users:
> Lie down next to your heater vent and feel its comforting warmth
> Stroll in the park amongst the ducks, watching what they do
> Do things with your hands, perhaps a craft
> Work in the garden, watering plants and pulling up weeds; each is calming in its own way
> Buy yourself a fancy cup of coffee, savor it's fine taste and aroma
> Play with your kids and make plans with them for what you will do together when you are feeling better
> See a therapist regularly and make sure you are totally candid with him
> See a doctor regularly and make sure you are totally candid with him
> Stay away from alcohol and other depressants
> Have a relaxing bubble bath or a shower with something sweet to eat and drink; play soothing music while you are bathing
> Keep a journal about your feelings: it helps to externalize them
> Exercise regularly: this releases feel-good chemicals (endorphins) into your bloodstream
> Join and participate in online forums for post-partum depression; discuss your problem with others who have it, seek their advice and enjoy the comfort of a loving community
> Take part in activities with family and friends
> Read a good book
> Go visiting
> Call a close friend and talk to her/him
> Go for a drive
> Bake something; this will direct your attention to a subject other than parenting and refresh your mind
> Call your mom and talk to her about your problem. This could be the single most effective therapy for your situation, because she loves you, is deeply concerned about you and will make time to listen to you
> Ask your mom to visit for some days. She could help with your chores and thus create some personal time for you to do the other things mentioned here
> Put baby in her stroller and go out for a walk
> Let yourself wallow for a bit with no pressure and all pleasure - stay in your PJs, eat junk food, mope a bit
> Cuddle with your kids and if you feel like it, have a good cry while doing so. Realize there are people who truly love you (can't help but feel happy when your kids are giggling and rolling on the floor with you)
> Go to the beach if there is one nearby - look at the ocean and breathe the sea air
> Go shopping (nothing like good old-fashioned retail therapy!), or go window-shopping
> Have a long, deep chat with your dear husband, followed by a long, long cuddle and sweet kisses!
From depression to freedom
One in 4 people is affected by clinical depression within their lives. Depression is a serious and long-lasting state of mind in which normal sadness grows into a painful state of hopelessness, listlessness, lack of motivation, and tiredness. However, clinical depression means something else for each person, varying from mild to severe.
Mild depression can lead to brooding on negative aspects of self or others, feeling aggrieved, irritable or upset much of the time, feeling sorry for oneself, and requiring constant reassurance from someone. It can also lead to various physical problems that are not caused by any physical disease.
As depression intensifies, feelings of extreme sorrow and hopelessness blend with low self-esteem, guilt, memory loss, and concentration problems to bring about a critically painful state of mind. To make things worse, there may appear a change in body functioning. The usual daily rhythms seem to go wrong: you have sleepless nights, or sleep too much, you can't eat, or eat too much. You lose enthusiasm for activities you used to enjoy. Sometimes, you even have a feeling that life is not worth living and suicidal thoughts occur.
Antidepressants are the most commonly used treatments for clinical depression. It is quite cheap, and it is easy for family GPs to prescribe. And this is they who treat the majority of people with depression. But when the episode has passed, and medication ceases, depression usually returns, and minimum 50% of people who experienced an initial episode of depression find that depression is back, despite appearing to have made a full recovery.
After a second or third episode, the risk of recurrence increases to 80-90%. Early onset depression (before 20 years of age) is particularly related to a considerably greater risk of relapse and recurrence. For people having been suicidal in the past, any depressed can lead to a return of suicidal thinking.
The very serious problem with viewing antidepressants as the main method for preventing recurrence of depression is that most patients are not willing to stay on drugs for long-lasting periods, and when the medication stops, the risk of becoming depressed again comes back. Finding new ways of helping people stay well after depression requires an understanding of why depression keeps returning.
During crisis in which a person becomes depressed and suicidal, an association is learned between the various symptoms (low mood, physical pain, suicidal tendencies, and so on). This means that when the negative mood returns, for any reason, it will tend to trigger all the other symptoms - a process called "cognitive reactivity").
It is a very relevant discovery that the connection between negative moods and thoughts remains ready to be reactivated even when patients begin to feel better: this means that preventing prospective crises depends on the ability to control mild upsets from turning into serious conditions. The study has revealed that combining the ancient practice of meditation with modern psychotherapies can help people achieve this.
Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy blends contemporary cognitive behavioral therapy with meditation practices in order to help patients become more aware of the present moment, including communicating with moment-to-moment changes in the mind and body (see www.mbct.co.uk). This therapy is based on Jon Kabat Zinn's Stress Reduction program at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center.
Participants of the therapy learn the practice of mindfulness meditation in weekly classes and by listening to CD's or tapes at home during the weekdays. Participants are also educated about our moods, and they are shown the connections between thinking and feeling. They are taught how they can best take care of themselves when a crisis threatens them.
The MBCT approach helps participants in the classes to recognize when their mood is starting to sink. It helps break the normal connection between negative mood and negative thinking. They develop the ability to allow distressing moods, thoughts, and sensations to come and go, without having to struggle with them.
Participants discover that they can stay in touch with the present moment without the need of ruminating about the past or worrying about the future. Consequently, they see more clearly how to approach moment-by-moment experience skillfully, taking more pleasure in the good things that often pass unnoticed or underestimated while handling more efficiently with the problems that they encounter.
Two controlled clinical studies have shown that MBCT can decrease the probability of deterioration by about 40-50% in people who have suffered 3 or more previous episodes of depression. Due to such findings, MBCT has recently been included in the British government's national guidelines for treating recurrent major depression.
But this suggests a redefinition of treatment itself. As our understanding of depression increases and we see that it is a repetivtive problem, the emphasis is shifting from cure to prevention. Mindfulness-based approaches have already proven that they will play an incredibly relevant role in this.
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10 Common Symptoms Of Depression
Every year approximately 9.5 per cent of the American population suffers from depression. Depression is a grave illness that affects day to day life and destroys families. It is a disorder that controls the mind and its functions causing loss of appetite, sleeplessness, mood swings, and a deep sense of despair.
The symptoms of depression are varied and the severity changes with time. And, according to experts depression can be an inherited disorder, or caused by life threatening illnesses, or stress. Other causes are certain diseases, medicines, drugs, alcohol, or mental illnesses. Women are seen to experience depression more than men and this is attributed to hormonal swings, menstrual cycle changes, pregnancy, miscarriage, pre-menopause, and post-menopause.
Common symptoms are:
1. An unshakeable sadness, anxiety, or emptiness. 2. Overwhelming hopelessness accompanied by pessimistic feelings.
3. Extreme guilt, feelings of helplessness, and no sense of self worth.
4. Loss of energy, a slowing down of metabolism, and activity levels. Being plagued by constant fatigue.
5. A sense of helplessness along with an increasing inability to focus and indecisiveness.
6. Loss of sound sleep and development of extreme insomnia.
7. Inexplicable weight loss or weight gain. Triggered by loss of appetite or eating binges.
8. Brooding and suicidal inclinations.
9. Irritability, short temper, as well as restlessness.
10. Physical afflictions like headaches, digestive disorders, and chronic pain for no particular reason.
If you experience any of the above along with a marked change in behavior do consult your doctor. He will give you a thorough examination to rule out physical causes for depression as well as any underlying medical problems. Then if required he will recommend that you consult a psychiatrist or psychologist.
Take matters in hand and try and erase negativity from your mind. Cut out from you life terms like exhaustion, worthlessness, and hopelessness. Change your life by setting yourself a few goals. Try and relax, meditate, and enjoy music. Start new activities that absorb your time as well as interests. Go out and meet people and participate in group activities. Avoid the company of negative people. Make up your mind to enjoy a movie, ballgame, family outing, picnic, or trek. Be positive, self confident, and have faith in yourself. Faith is itself a great healer. Decide to change your world for the better. However do follow the doctor's advice. Treatment can include: anti-depressant medicines, psychotherapy, as well as lifestyle changes. In extreme cases electroconvulsive therapy or light therapy are prescribed.
If your depression escalates or you are suicidal seek help from your family physician or health care provider. Do call a local health department, a community mental health center, or hospital or clinic. Someone will extend a helping hand and talk you through the crisis.
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Women, regardless of nationality or socioeconomic status, have a higher chance to have depression than men. The reasons for such higher chance appear to be a combination of biological and cultural factors.
Women's Hormonal Variation and Life Phase
Extreme hormonal changes can trigger the reaction of emotional swings for all women. There are studies that show how the hormones can contribute in depression but the reason is not yet totally clear.
Female hormones undoubtedly play a big role in "premenstrual dysphoria", postpartum depression, and the SAD moment. These forms of depression draw back or stop after the menopausal stage.
In early puberty a girl who reaches the age of 11 years old or younger are more prone to experience depression during adolescence than those girls that are more matured.
By the time of pre-menopausal, women between the ages of 20 and 45 are most at risk to get depression. Based on the record of the study, 34% of this age group are complaining of having symptoms of major depression.
Depression usually occurs around menopausal stage, it is the stage when the women's hormonal secretion changes. Usually symptoms like lack of sleep, mood swing, hypertension, and loss of appetite are experienced.
Once the women pass into the postmenopausal stage, some of the studies show that the average depression scores are nearly as low as those women that are under premenopausal stage. As a matter of fact, there are women cases that shows that after they had experienced menopause, they had also suffered from depression. One of the particular cause in that case is the seasonal changes.
There are other studies in United States that have reported that even grandmothers who shows care for their grandchildren and family, not considering the situation in which they work outside or at home, have a high risk for depression, other factors may be involved.
There seem to be so many people who are depressed that we really should take a look at the causes of depression in the first place. The factors that contribute to depression are well-known, and well-researched, but what causes it is not quite understood. New studies have uncovered some of the factors that contribute to the probability of people developing depression.
My stress levels were lower, and I was living a life that was closer to the one I desired. My cycle was still there, I still had a tendency to get a little down, but it was dip in my mood, rather than a full depression. So I had a few pretty good years. I started a stained glass business and rented videos from the three stores I started, things were pretty good.
Stress takes the first place prize. It's true that any stressful environment or situation can lead to depression. It can be anything such as social stress, getting a job, relationship difficulties, worrying about money, staying up late, lifestyle out of control, pressures of school and getting good grades. Other events that could cause depression are: death, change of job, moving from one place to another; even the fear of the unknown can cause depression. The list is endless. While these events cannot be avoided, we must come up with an effective stress coping mechanism to be able to thrive even in stressful situations because they are never going to go away. Stressful situations just keep changing.
Drinking and Drugs
People who take drugs and alcohol are more prone to depression. When these substances are used at a young age, they can effect a a person's brain in negative ways. These substances help make the person feel good temporarily, but in most cases, people become addicted.
Drugs release dopamine in the pleasure center of the brain. For example: delicious food boosts dopamine release by about 50 percent. Sex, on the other hand, doubles this number. However, drugs can increase dopamine release anywhere from four to ten times. This unnatural high almost certainly leads to depression after the high goes away. This substance is the surest way to fry brain circuitry.
Drugs make a person depressed more than it makes him happy. This effect will spiral downward until the person doing drugs will want more and more of the substance to break the cycle of depression that follows each high and so the addiction is born.
Not Enough sleep
Studies show that up to 40 percent of adults do not get the proper amount of sleep per day and among students, up to 71 percent complain of sleep disorders and lack of sleep.
Sleep is essential to a person's health. During sleep, the body repairs itself and reorganizes thought. Lack of sleep contributes to a lack of coherence in brain waves. This scenario often leads to depression. Sleeping during the day and staying up late also interferes with the body's natural rhythms. This can lead to a sense of depression.
Here are few ways on how to prevent depression.
Sleep is a vital part of preventing depression. Balance your life with enough rest and exercise everyday. Most people require seven to eight hours of sleep per day.
Keep some regularity in your life. Orgaize your activities so they can come at expected and regular times. If your weekly, daily or monthly routine is set then your body has time to get used to the activities. This will lead to a reduced chance for depression to set in.
Don't push yourself beyond your limits. Keep stress in check and try to avoid stressors if you can. If this can't be done, then try to deal with the stressors in a manner that minimizes the damage it causes.
Sunlight and exercise can help the brain to function a higher level. Make time to enjoy the sunlight and try to stay active in the daylight when possible.
Keep away from alcohol and drugs. They may seem attractive, but all they really do is cause havoc in a person's life.
Make at least one warm meal daily a priority. Good eating habits and good health are important when keeping away from depression.
Have fun every day. Nothing takes the load off of depression like some good old fun time. Social activities such as chatting, joining a support group sports, and other hobbies can do wonders towards healing a stressed out and busy mind.
Depression can be avoided and treated and it can be fun doing so. Follow the above mentioned tips for a brighter and happier disposition each day. You will look and feel better for it!
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