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simple message to my daily awesome update just for you. Not everything in life goes perfectly all
the time and that is okay. It is normal for people to have periods when
they are feeling low, but depression is not that � it overshadows everything and sucks
the joy out of life. For some people, their depression is so severe,
or life circumstances are so adverse, that having a positive outlook is impossible. Depressed people can rapidly slide deeper
into a dark space. Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), or clinical
depression, affects not only the person but also those close to them. According to the World Health Organisation
(WHO) at least 350 million people around the world live with depression. The South African Depression and Anxiety Group
(SADAG) says that one in 10 people will suffer from depression at some time. Who gets depression? The specific causes of depression are multi-factorial
and often result as a merging of several different factors. �For some people, there is a genetic or
family history of depression. This is often compounded by environmental
and lifestyle stressors � for example, stressful relationships, unfulfilled work or substance
abuse. Often, there is a background of trauma in
that person�s life,� explains Dr Mike West, a Cape Town psychiatrist. According to Dr Antoinette Miric, a psychiatrist
from Johannesburg, people get depressed because certain areas in the brain (which control
mood, sleep and appetite) are not functioning as they should. �People are born with a genetic vulnerability
to developing depression. Sudden stressful events will result in the
brain �not being able to cope�,� she says. Medical illnesses, such as stroke, diabetes,
HIV/AIDS, TB and others can trigger depression. Some medications or treatments can cause depression
or make it worse. Louise Bolton, a psychologist from Johannesburg,
says: �One really does need to take note of the way you think. A depressed person can easily be overly self-critical,
does not consider themselves worthy, feels inadequate in front of others, expects a worst-case
scenario and they fear to get hurt or being vulnerable. They are incredibly hard to themselves.� Signs and symptoms of depression Feeling sad, anxious or �empty� most of
the time. A loss of interest or pleasure in hobbies
and activities that were once enjoyed. Feeling hopeless about life and feeling helpless
or guilty. A depressed person experiences changes in
sleeping habits � they sleep more than usual or sleep less. They gain a lot of weight or lose a lot. They feel slow or fatigued. They experience restlessness, irritability,
anger and difficulty concentrating. How is depression treated? Although depression is a serious mental illness,
selective serotonin (the happy hormone) re-uptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and norepinephrine-dopamine
reuptake inhibitors (NDRIs) are good treatments. Also, atypical and tricyclic antidepressants
are prescribed. �It is important to understand that antidepressants
treat the symptoms of depression, but cannot always make a person completely better. Treatments for depression reduce the risk
of suicidal thinking or suicidal behaviour but are not a panacea for a cure,� concludes
Dr West. However, there is no �one size fits all�
treatment for depression. What works for one person might not work for
another. According to an article, �Depression Treatment�,
on the website http://www.helpguide.org, the best way to treat depression is to become
as informed as possible about the treatment options and then tailor them to meet our needs. It takes time to find the right treatment. Other treatments include cognitive behavioural
therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy and psychodynamic therapy. �Depressed people must make use of some
pharmacological intervention and frequent appointments with a psychologist are of utmost
importance,� says Bolton. She concludes: �Very few depressed people
have the resolve to get up and do something when nothing really matters anyway. Do anything that has the potential of creating
a slight glimmer of hope, whether it is listening to music or looking at photos.� At some point a depressed person will have
to do things they really do not want to do � they need steps to ascend out of the depressive
phase. It is likely to help if they could actually
force themselves to do small tasks. There is no single recipe for helping yourself
when you are in a severe depressive phase. It is important that you want to create a
first step that you can build the next little step on. Family and friends A person with major depressive disorder can�t
�just snap out of it�. However, family and friends can display empathy
and understanding and acknowledge that their loved one is going through a hard time. Ask the depressed person what kind of support
they would consider helpful as often well-intentioned family when trying to help them and to get
them mobile, will only frustrate a depressed person and tire them out. Family and friends shouldn�t press someone
to make progress too fast. Listening, affection and caring provide a
good start. Build enough rapport with them so that they
will be willing to venture the next step with your support. Although therapy and antidepressants are considered
the most effective treatments for depression, Cassey Chambers, operations manager at the
South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG), says there are 12 free at-home treatments
that can also help: 1
Follow a routine Get out of bed and get dressed every day. Schedule time for relaxation � read, listen
to music, paint or watch television. Remember the things you once enjoyed doing
� even if you just spend 15 minutes doing these activities. 2
Set goals Keep them simple and realistic. It is possible that you are not well enough
to do your daily tasks, but do what you can and don�t beat yourself up if you fail. 3
Exercise Any form of exercise, however small, is beneficial. Exercise gives you much needed �feel-good�
brain chemicals. 4
Eat well and avoid unhealthy habits Eat small snacks and not large meals. Drink lots of water. Water gives energy. Avoid drugs and alcohol. 5
Get a good night�s sleep If you have trouble sleeping, avoid exercise
and caffeine after 17:00 and steer clear of non-prescription sleeping pills. If needed, ask your doctor for something to
help you sleep. 6
Educate yourself Learn as much as you can about your illness. Give related books to friends and family so
they can understand what you are experiencing. 7
Keep a journal Write your feelings down. It will help to put things into perspective. 8
Don�t do anything rash Avoid making big decisions, such as changing
jobs or moving house, until you feel better. 9
Honour achievements Acknowledge the small goals you meet every
day. 10
Join a support group It is liberating to go somewhere you can talk
and no one judges. It also serves as a place to get great advice. 11
Do volunteer work Help others. Go to a school, hospital, an old age home
or hospice and find out what they need. Remember that you are important in your community. 12
Healing takes time Don�t give up on treatment � it can take
two to four weeks for antidepressants to have an effect on symptoms. Fast facts on depression Depression often starts at a young age and
affects women more commonly than men.Depression is one of the most treatable mental illnesses
and eight out of 10 people can fully recover. Eighty percent of people with depression will
make a good recovery on antidepressants; however, it takes two to four weeks for medications
to start working. One to two mothers out of 10 have depression
after childbirth. Depression can also limit a mother�s capacity
to care for her child, and can seriously affect the child�s growth and development. Almost one million people worldwide take their
own lives each year. For every person who commits suicide, there
are 20 more who make an attempt. Alternative treatment for depression Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is a procedure
done under general anaesthesia, whereby small electric currents are sent through the brain,
intentionally triggering a brief seizure. ECT seems to cause changes in brain chemistry
that can quickly reverse symptoms of certain mental illnesses. It is an effective treatment for major depression
that hasn�t responded to standard treatments. I hope you found my tips on Help With Depression
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