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Depression is a common mental health condition that affects your mood and leads to feelings of sadness, hopelessness and despair. It can also cause you to lose interest in the things you used to enjoy, feel low on energy and have trouble sleeping. Depression is more than just having the blues or feeling sad for a few days. If you have depression, it will affect your daily life in a big way.
What is depression?
You may be wondering, is depression a mental health disorder? Yes! Depression is a mood disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. It’s not the same as feeling sad or upset; it’s a chemical imbalance in your brain that causes you to feel down and hopeless. Depression can be very serious and treatment is available for those who need it.
If you think you might have depression, don’t wait another minute—take action today to get help for yourself or someone else who needs it!
Why people suffer from depression
Depression is a natural response to negative emotions. Depression can be caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain, negative thoughts (self-talk), trauma, or any combination of the three.
Depression usually occurs after a difficult experience or situation that has caused you to feel bad about yourself and/or others around you. For example, let’s say that someone close to you passes away unexpectedly—this would cause grief which could lead to depression if left untreated. Or perhaps someone close has been struggling with addiction issues for years—this would cause pain and anger which could lead to depression if left untreated.
It is important that we recognize these feelings as they arise so we can seek help before they become too overwhelming for us individually; it’s not always easy though since most people don’t want anyone else knowing about their personal problems (especially those related directly with drugs/alcohol).
Emotional happiness & how to nurture it
I believe that emotional happiness is the more important type of happiness. It’s what you feel inside when you are present in your thoughts and actions, rather than being caught up in the past or future.
Emotional happiness can be nurtured by practicing self-love. You may have heard of this before, but I want to explain it here so that you understand exactly how to do it and why it works.
Practice self-love by focusing on your natural beauty, instead of comparing yourself to others. If you’re feeling down about yourself, think about what makes you unique instead of trying to measure up against others who might seem prettier or more successful than yourself at first glance.*
Do something kind for someone else every day—no matter how small it is! This will help train your brain into thinking positively about other people’s needs instead of focusing inwardly on what could go wrong next time around.*
Self-love, the key to emotional happiness & healing depression
I want to talk about the importance of self-love and how it can help you heal from depression.
Some people seem to think that self-love is an effortless thing. You either have it or you don’t, right? Wrong! Self-love is not something we are born with. It’s something that needs to be nurtured and practiced every day like any other skill or behaviour. If you want to learn how to read or play guitar, you need practice and dedication; if you want a healthy relationship with yourself, it requires just as much work from your end too. However, unlike reading music or playing guitar which are skills that come naturally for most people but require some extra effort by those who struggle with them (e.g., dyslexia), self-love is a skill that everyone can learn (and has been proven time after time) but only those who put in more than usual effort will get results out of their efforts (i.e., emotional happiness).
Depression can be healed naturally.
Depression is a mental illness. Depression is a mental illness that can be healed naturally, just like any other disease. Natural healing methods for depression include mindfulness meditation and yoga; getting enough sleep; eating properly; avoiding stimulants like caffeine and sugar; spending time in nature with natural light exposure (and sometimes even sunlight); and caring for yourself with self-love.
Medications are often prescribed by doctors to treat depression, but they’re not the only solution available to you. It’s important that you also use your own healing powers: mind over matter! Your mind can heal your body if you allow it to do so by giving yourself good vibes through positive thinking techniques like affirmations or visualization exercises—which may sound silly at first but are actually very effective in combating negative emotions such as sadness or hopelessness (aka “depression”).
Depression is a serious condition that can be treated with medication, but there is no reason to rely on drugs if you can heal naturally. It may take some time, but it’s worth the effort!