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feel dejected, confused, not able to concentrate on anything....is it depression?

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#1 srinivas



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Posted 10 July 2014 - 02:20 PM

I feel completely dejected and depressed and just keep on thinking which is like I am heading nowhere. Its the feeling to do nothing, not talk to anyone, just lying on the bed. I get very angry at small things or if somebody tries to enter into my own comfort zone, which strangely is my room and bed. I am now completely off friends and i think they too are fed up with me of shunning them.


I cant sleep, don't know what kind of thought's keeps on coming to my mind. I am not able to do things which I was good at, feels like nobody cares about me and so I should stop caring about the world.


tried hard to distract my mind, joined gym, started going to park but then returned to my room and now feel like dying here in the bed. Cant eat, don't like anything..the strange thing is that it all started gradually and i could not see it coming...now I am unable to cope up with this so getting online with my issue.Please help if u know how to get over with this...consulted doctors but now hate going to them..they probe which i don't like.

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Posted 18 July 2014 - 10:17 AM

Mate you are suffering from Depression and dont worry everything will be as good as before....just go to some good Doctor and open your heart...its better to get treated for depression before you slump so low that it takes time to recover and get back to normal life....there is no fast way...it is a slow process and your determination will help you getting out of it....he will prescribe some good medicine also for you...

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Posted 16 March 2015 - 11:18 AM

You have to help your self and have a counselor. You couldn't cope with it with just a snap of the finger. nitin is right, it's a long process and it would take time.

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Posted 01 November 2017 - 12:34 PM

Chronic Illnesses and depression – A true story


Chronic illnesses have a way of bringing us down. Pratyusha (name changed), a mother of two, shares her experiences with chronic skin disease and depression.


“For two years of my life, a chronic skin condition kept me from living my life to the fullest.”

When my skin pigmentation first manifested, I was a busy wife and mom. Between 2011 (when it first cropped up) and 2013, I met a variety of doctors, but the condition persisted. In addition, as were staying in a remote location, that made it difficult to access the right care that I needed. There was a lack of both unbiased advice and a patient-centric system, which made things all the more challenging.Not seeing any results over a long period started getting me down. The depression deepened as my skin condition got worse. I felt very shy of being among people, and preferred to remain isolated, cutting myself off from the outside world and avoiding social gatherings.  Continue reading at http://www.connectedhealthquarterly.com/2016/08/01/chronic-illnesses-and-depression-a-true-story/

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