Today's topic is How to Pull Yourself out Of Depression
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Audio On How to Pull Yourself out Of Depression Contributed by Our Friend Himiko Sadiki
In today's episode of 7 Good Minutes, in our Mindful Monday segment, where we have an inspiring message from our friend Himiko Sadiki on how to pull yourself out of depression.
Depression can feel like you're buried under a ton of bricks, making it hard to see the light of day. However, it is possible to break through the darkness and start living a happier life.
The first step is to reach out for help. Talk to your doctor or a therapist, who can provide professional guidance and support. You may also want to join a support group or online community, where you can share your experiences with others who understand what you're going through.
Additionally, it's important to take care of yourself physically as well as mentally. Eat healthy meals, exercise regularly, and get plenty of rest. By taking small steps each day, you can begin to climb out of the depths of depression and into the light of hope.
Here are some tips on how you can pull yourself out of depression and start living a happy, fulfilling life.
It's no secret that depression is a serious problem. In the United States alone, 16.2 million adults suffer from depression each year. That's about 6.7% of the population. But what many people don't realize is that depression is a very treatable condition. There are things you can do to pull yourself out of depression and start living a happy, fulfilling life.
1. Get professional help. This is probably the most important thing you can do if you're suffering from depression. A therapist can help you understand your thoughts and feelings and give you tools to deal with them in a healthy way. If your depression is severe, your therapist may also recommend medication.
2. exercise regularly. Exercise has been shown to be an effective treatment for depression. It releases endorphins, which have mood-boosting effects. It also gives you a sense of accomplishment and boosts your self-esteem.
3. Connect with others. Spending time with family and friends can help reduce symptoms of depression by making you feel loved and supported. Joining a club or group can also help you connect with others who share your interests, which can improve your mood and promote positive social interaction.
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If you're suffering from depression, know that you're not alone and there are things you can do to feel better.
Getting professional help is the most important step you can take, but regular exercise, eating right, and staying connected with loved ones will also make a big difference. Remember, it takes time to heal from depression, but it is possible to get better and live a happy life.
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Selling well over $145 million in real estate and assisting well above two hundred families with the reality of homeownership, Himiko's commitment to service is one of the reasons she has experienced an abundance of success in her 14 years of experience.
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