Depression is a state of mind which causes a mood disorder that a feeling of sadness, and loss of interest, BUT we are not going to go back into the past or into the problem, in this article we are going to look out for a solution.
As everything in life tastes and become better with a positive mindset Now that one has identified that let us look at taking control of our minds
The strongest tool that one has is the power of your mind Positive thoughts can conquer the world, so first, we get our mind in sync.
Learn and understand as much as you can about your depression. It’s important to determine whether your depression symptoms are due to an underlying medical condition. If so, that condition will need to be treated first. The severity of your depression is also a factor as the treatment will take place accordingly
Knowing about the phases of the moon would be an important helping tool out here, the full moon and new moon and help us understand your state of mind, the moon tends to pull us down so if we already know what energy is working on us we can control it and use it to our advantage
Be patient – Time is the best healer It might take some trial and error to find the treatment and support that works best for you. Be open to change and a little experimentation, be patient and the right answer will find you, treatments take time and sometimes it might feel overwhelming or frustratingly slow. That is normal. Recovery usually has its ups and downs
Sometimes wearing a gemstone helps out here, there are 5 precious stones that show us a major shift Ruby, yellow sapphire, pearl, blue sapphire and emeralds
According to your energy enhancements after consulting someone who understands the energies of stones you can wear one and yes it does help.
Don’t rely on medications alone. Although medication can relieve the symptoms of depression, it is not usually suitable for long-term use. Other treatments, including exercise and therapy, meditation, manifestation, visual-sating which can be just as effective as medication, often even more so, but don’t come with unwanted side effects. If you do decide to try medication, remember that medication works best when you make healthy lifestyle changes as well.
Good breathing exercises help one clear up their mind body and soul, its a must-do for everyone
Get social support. The more you cultivate your social connections, the more protected you are from depression, talk to trusted family members or friends. Asking for help is not a sign of weakness and it won’t mean you’re a burden to others. Often, the simple act of talking to someone face-to-face can be a big help.
Lifestyle changes: An essential part of depression treatment.
Lifestyle changes are simple but powerful tools in the treatment of depression. Sometimes they might be all you need. Even if you need other treatment as well, making the right lifestyle changes can help lift depression faster—and prevent it from coming back.
A morning routine is very important in life, 1 hour to yourself every morning should be a commitment you make to yourself.
Exercise. Regular exercise can be as effective at treating depression as medication. Not only does exercise boost serotonin, endorphins, and other feel-good brain chemicals, it triggers the growth of new brain cells and connections, just like antidepressants do. Even a half-hour daily walk can make a big difference. Yoga, meditation and breathing exercise works like a magic pill.
Social support. Strong social networks reduce isolation, a key risk factor for depression. Keep in regular contact with friends and family or hire a professional to work with you
Nutrition. Eating well is important for both your physical and mental health. Eating small, well-balanced meals throughout the day will help you keep your energy up and minimize mood swings.
Sleep. Sleep has a strong effect on mood. When you don’t get enough sleep, your depression symptoms will be worse. Make sure you’re getting enough sleep each night.
Stress reduction. Make changes in your life to help manage and reduce stress. Too much stress exacerbates depression and puts you at risk for future depression. Take the aspects of your life that stress you out, such as work overload or unsupportive relationships, and find ways to minimize their impact.
Relationships. Understanding the patterns of your relationships, building better relationships, and improving current relationships will help reduce isolation and build social support, important in preventing depression.
Setting healthy boundaries. If you are stressed and overwhelmed and feel like you just can’t say no, you are more at risk for depression. Setting healthy boundaries in relationships and at work can help relieve stress, and therapy can help you identify and validate the boundaries that are right for you.
Handling life’s problems. Talking with a trusted therapist can provide good feedback on more positive ways to handle life’s challenges and problems.
Numbers do play an important role in a person’s mindset and energy levels, I would recommend to follow a date chart and see how it fits with your energies.
Bright colours always brighten a person’s mood, avoid browns and grey when low and down Monday is usually a low energy day, we cut avoid it but we can choose to keep a happier mindset
Few vast changes at home always help to uplight mood. Adding a waterbody at home/ fishbowl, waterfall makes the energy lighter, cleaner and allows positive energies to flow
Don’t keep sad paintings at home, like of a crying woman, children war scenes, or fighting couples Don’t keep any broken things at home or unhappy memories
Bamboo shoot or plants that flourish are very good to have in your surroundings.
Prosperity colours such silver gold platinum are very good mood enhancers
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