I have depressed for one weeks, what should I do?

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I am unable to concentrate on study from last one week, do to depression please help me?

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    Have you been diagnosed with depression? If not you should see your GP, are you studying at school as its best they know what's happening. Neil 

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    Hi Vilas,

    Sorry to hear you're not feeling good. Hopefully it's just a passing feeling. Here are some things you can do right now that will help:

    - Talk to family and friends about how you're feeling. Don't shut yourself away.

    - Stay active. Try going for a run or even a walk. Exercise will help to lift you.

    - Cut your caffeine intake (tea, coffee, coca cola).

    - Get enough sleep. Try and create a regular routine and go to bed at the same time.

    - Mediate. This is the thing that has made a huge difference to me in recent months. Download out the Headspace app (it's free), or search on YouTube. It will help to calm your mind. It really works.

    - Drink plenty of water and eat regularly. Stay away from sugar and junk.

    If your low mood persists, go and see your GP. Hope you feel better soon.

     

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    When I'm feeling low this is a reminder that I'm not being good to myself.  Go for a walk or swim.  Any exercise will make you feel better. Make sure you are getting enough sleep.  When I'm run down, I tend to sleep a lot (early to bed or naps), it helps.  Also making sure I'm taking my vitimins and eating healthy with lots of water.  If your at school, there should be a student counselor who you can talk with.   If you believe it's more serious make an appt with your doctor. 

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    Hey!

    It is normal to have lack of concentration for sometime over studies. I am sure each and every one faces it but one week is a tiny bit early to classify it as depression, I reckon.If you feel that this is causing you distress for quite a long time so you should seek treatment. I recently consulted eWellness Expert. They have counsellors who are experienced in their fields and the services are affordable as well. Hope this helps. Take care smile

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