How To Deal With Depression That Comes Back Again?
I am depressed since February 2018, given clobazam drugs, fluextine, merlopam
Depression is something that needs to be handled appropriately. Apart from consuming anti-depressant drugs, the surrounding environment is also expected to be quite conducive for the mental health of sufferers.
Depression itself is a condition of mood disorders where this will affect various aspects of the sufferer's life. Depression symptoms include:
Feelings of sadness or gloom that last a long time (at least 2 weeks)
Lose enthusiasm to carry out activities
So that interest in various things
Not confident and tend to be pessimistic
It's hard to concentrate
Decreased appetite, etc.
We recommend that you ask for advice regarding your work conditions from the mental health specialist who treats you. Many considerations must be made before deciding to leave your job, for example:
How is your economy?
Are you the backbone of the family?
Do you have dependents?
Are there other work alternatives where the conditions are more comfortable and adequate?
Are you sure you want to stay out of work for a while? Or do you just want to reduce the amount of work you do?
and much more
You do not specify your condition, and consider the above in the complaint that you submit.
However, if you are indeed in a stable economic condition, not as the backbone of the family and indeed your office condition is not very conducive, you should take a break (leave) for a while so that your depression recovery takes place better.
You also need to consider, someone who previously tended to be busy and then lost his busyness, tends to experience a state of emptiness. This condition may also cause you to become increasingly depressed in the future.
Here are some suggestions for you:
Talk and ask your family or closest friends for their opinion regarding your conditions and work
Manage stress well and try to think positively
Meditate for peace of mind, for example by taking a yoga class
Do activities that you enjoy and make you more excited about, for example by exercising regularly, participating in social activities or doing your hobbies.
Avoid being alone like daydreaming or staying in the room
Apart from taking medication, ask your doctor for advice on other treatments for your depression, such as counseling sessions, hypnotherapy, mindset therapy, etc.
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