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Depression Cures

Posted by on Wednesday, May 20, 2009, 14:47
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There is no doubt life has its ups and downs. Serious depression the kind that lingers for days and prevents you from functioning requires professional help. But here are a number of suggestions for pulling out of a common case of the blues and cure depression.

Exercise
The number one depression antidote? More than 300% of patients recommend exercise as a good way to blast through the blues, and several emphasize the importance of exercising outdoors rain or shine, hot or cold to suck in some fresh air, embrace the elements and commune with mother nature.

You may ask ” How might exercises block the blues?” Well, medical researches say that it increases norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine. These brain chemicals, which transmit messages between nerves, are though to be low in depressed people. Regular aerobic exercise also boots endorphines naturally occurring feel good substances produced in the brain. And it might simply boots self esteem.

Pets, dogs and cats
Having a dog or cat that adores you is the best antidepressant sometimes and can cure depression.

Hard work
The trick to use work as a mood elevator is to find something you are really interested in and enjoy, not busy work and concentrate. It lets you loose emotionally, and as far as im concerned, that is on of the best therapy i know.

Hobbies
Several people mention hobbies as pleasant ways to distract themselves from depression, everything from doing crossword puzzles to gardening and feeding the birds. You are welcomed to write at www.curepages.com in case you would like to try it :)

Keep it up
Treat yourself like you matter. This is good advice takes many forms, including eating better, resting and saying no when overwhelmed by requests.

Music
The power of music to transform moods is common knowledge. Several people say they use music to lift spirits, boots their energy or soothe their frazzled nerves. Slow, quit, nonvocal music generally lowers heart rate and respiration, while the faster variety heightens alertness and arousal. Exactly how music affects us remains a mystery.

Friends
Experts say that talking about upsetting or traumatic experiences, as difficult and emotionally distressing as it may be, can lead to improved mental health.

Laugh
How many depressed people does it take to change a light bulb? A hundred and one. One to change it and 100 to worry about doing it right.
Seek out humor wherever it can be found. That’s my advice.

Self talk
Becoming aware of bad thoughts and then replacing them with the kinds of thoughts that allow you to get on with your life is a formĀ  of psychological therapy called cognitive therapy or restructuring.

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