3 Habits That May Prevent Depression

Habits That Prevent Depression

Depression is becoming the leading cause of increased death rates in the world. It is one of the most dangerous mental disorder which can make a person suicidal and negatively affected.

Depression can rob people of their happiness, contentment, bliss, and energy from life. It will cause a person to become isolated and lose interest in their daily activities. It is a severe illness that should immediately be concerned with a doctor or psychiatrist. However, in some parts of the world, it is still considered a taboo issue. People neglect and take depression lightly, which cost them to lose their loved ones. With the proper instructions of a professional, you may be able to recover from this disease. We have discovered three crucial life-changing preventions which will reduce your chances of becoming depressed.

1.  Stop cutting off friends and family.

One of the biggest mistakes that some people make is to think that living an independent and isolated life will bring them to change. This is very wrong on many levels because research has identified that interaction with friends and family gives support and encouragement. This support will take you out of your own bubble and will let you become happy and contented. People who isolate or escape themselves from people’s interactions will often be found in the worst state of depression because they wouldn’t know how to make themselves better again.

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2.  Bring positivity to your life

Depression is often found in people who become highly damaging to people and situations. This negativity for life will stop you from becoming closer to people and situations. You can try to become more positive by changing your attitude towards others, appreciating little things in life, and supporting other people’s actions. Negativity will scoop you down, while positivity will bring the light back to your life. Being positive will also let people become closer and comfortable under your influence, automatically bringing peace to you.

3.  Make a journal of thoughts

If you’re someone who does not feel comfortable sharing their problems with people but still feels too overwhelmed with your emotions every day. You should start journaling your thoughts and everyday struggles. It might be possible that someday you will feel too happy and someday a little burnout. When you start confessing your feelings in your journal, you would feel lighter and better, as if someone is actually there to listen to you. Journaling your emotions also helps to analyze your progress over time. For example, keep putting in your journal your negative thoughts whenever they’re triggered in your brain. After a month or so, you can see if you’re still your same old self or if you’ve progressed to be a positive person. Whenever you meet a psychiatrist or doctor, they would also be more than willing to read your journal to know what you feel daily. It will boost up your confidence and help you make better decisions in the future.

Until Next Time,

Team Doctor ASKY!


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