Depression is a feeling of disappointment or sadness which may be related to any of your daily life activities. But when it increases to such an extant that it is termed as a disorder and will need some treatment to decrease it. Because of the depression the person loose his interest in food, sex and every necessary activity. Generally we saw the depression the people who are having the less potential of overcoming their problems and also who can not accept there defeat if they lose. Symptoms of depression are the person will be sad or anxious all the time, he won’t sleep or he will sleep excessively, he will find every task boring and will take lot of efforts to do it. So his every work go slow and tiredness. Some time it turns to suicide also.
Depression is of a lot of types like unipolar depression or bipolar depression and reactive depression etc. Generally the reactive type of depression can occur in a person who gets a surprised set back like death of a close person, break-up with girlfriend or wife, betrayal by a close person, etc. The unipolar type of depression is generally inherited and in this a person gets a strong feeling of disappointment. Bipolar depression is same as unipolar but in this type a person gets overactive or his depression alters. He starts feeling enthusiastic and excited. When you overcome the depression you should follow some schedules like proper amount of sleep and that to at proper time, it must include a meal for three times along with breakfast and many more. You will have to make your day busy with every probable work. Don’t let your mind be empty, do something; think of your immediate problems leaving behind your laziness. Try to have the relax so it will increase your concentration to your work. More importantly real happiness will overcome your depression.
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