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Depression is a bigger problem then you might think!

Somewhere between 13-17 million adults in the U.S. alone suffer from the effects of depression. It is hard for anyone to get an accurate number because Depression often goes unrecognized and untreated even though it is a treatable disorder. Children suffer from depression as well. It is estimated between 8-10% of children are suffering from Depression.

 

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We are dedicated to research cures for Persistent Sad or Negative Thoughts and Clinical Depression.

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What is Depression?
Major Depression or as it is often referred to as Clinical depression can have many symptoms. These symptoms may vary in quantity and severity from person to person. Symptoms can include...

Persistent sad, anxious, or empty moods. Feelings of hopelessness, pessimism. Feelings of helplessness, guilt or worthlessness,
Loss of appetite or over eating and weight gain.
Loss of interest in sex or hobbies or other activities that you once enjoyed...
Thoughts of death or suicide...
Difficulty concentrating, remembering, and making decisions.

What is the cause?
In some cases "Medical", In others "Situational" "Environmental" and in some cases tendencies for having Depression can be "Heretical" One common thread in a lot of cases, "Compulsive Negative Thinking".

Is There a Cure?
YOU BET THERE IS!
Here is where Self Help starts! 1.See your Doctor or professional health care provider. 2. Learn the art of positive re-framing. 3. If you are listening to your old favorite sad or love songs, change to upbeat music only. 4. Do something: Exercise, sports, hobbies, weight loss, group activities, voluntary work EVEN IF YOU DON'T FEEL LIKE IT! In time you will get into it and feel like it. 5.Check out our simple Quick Start page!

 

About this site...

We provide free info about self-help for anyone suffering from persistent sad or negative thoughts and Clinical Depression. Anxiety often accompanies depression. The Anxiety will subside once you seek proper treatment and get a handle on the Depression.. This site is not for Manic Depression (Bipolar), see your Doctor! In fact see your Doctor for a proper diagnosis in any case. We can not provide medical advice! We can let you know what our research has led us to believe about Clinical Depression, Anxiety and self-help. This site reports the most common general consensus on the best course of cures for Depression and Persistent Sad or Negative Thoughts.

 

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