Depression is an illness in which you lose control both of your body and your mind. It affects the ways you eat and sleep, the ways you feel about yourself, even the ways you think about everything. Actually, it is not a kind of temporary illness which you can overcome overnight. It is a long waste of time treatment to completely overcoming your depression, one day at a time. Depression affects the ways you eat and sleep This means that it affects your physical health which can hold you back from daily activities, work productivity, just to name a few. Beating thiskind of depression requires you consistent exercises. You can do some exercises in the early morning or during the day when you have chances. Exercises don’t need to be vigorous; taking a walk around your house, cooking some food for your family, or anything that makes your body move. Moreover, exercises also help you get better sleep at night and significantly improve your health. Depression affects the ways you feel about yourself Depression affects the ways you feel about yourself which means that your mind is full of negative emotions. Your mission is finding out root causes
of these negative emotions and how to eliminating them forever. Your mind is the factor who decides on who you become and what you can do; therefore, it’s bad that your mind is hurt with those negative thinking. Depression affects the ways you think about everything You conceive your mind to always think of negative thoughts not only about yourself but also about everything around you. When this negative thinking is too high, it is dangerous for your physical and mental health. You can be drowned into depression in which you are obsessed by your situation, you are lack of energy to ever think of way out, and you are in a mess, no direction, hopelessness. It is all due to your thinking; it is your mind that controls everything. Overcoming depression must come from your own mind. Setting realistic goals of your life, meeting some friends, having some relaxes, doing some exercises, getting closer to nature; all can help you in overcoming depression, slowly, day by day. Remember that you can do it, if you think you can do it together with your strong willpower, one day at a time.