It brings a sad comfort to them, knowing that their world is always going to be a dull gray opposed to their friends’ radiant glow. The thoughts that accompany misery and sadness are, to some, a coping mechanism for their own unhappiness, as stated by Lucida: “The negative patterns of thought associated with depression can become like an unhealthy coping mechanism, much like drugs and alcohol are for addicts”( Is Depression Addictive Par. 1). As the old saying goes, fight fire with fire, or, for the depressed, fight tears with tears. This, however, is not the only strange and addicting symptoms of depression, as familiarity is a crucial part of addiction, as well as
This all results in stress and teenagers start to self-medicate themselves on the name of drugs and this self-medication leads to drug addiction. Some of the other psychological causes are: - mental sickness such as depression, stress, anxiety, disturbed mind, madness
More than just sadness in response to life’s struggles and setbacks, depression changes how you think, feel, and function in daily activities. It can interfere with your ability to work, study, eat, sleep, and enjoy life. The feelings of helplessness, hopelessness, and worthlessness can be intense and unrelenting, with little, if any, relief. While some people describe depression as “living in a black hole” or having a feeling of impending doom, others feel lifeless, empty, and apathetic. Men in particular can feel angry and restless.
His general health is poor due to alcohol and drugs which he un-responsibly consumes which has an impact on his appearance, looking out of shape. Some traits which Holden possesses is the fact that he is depressed, confused, angry, anxious, insightful, thoughtful, kind, and has a strong sexual desire. Holden feels bitter about adulthood because he is attracted to the negative traps which it contains such as: alcohol, drugs, sexual desires and having to be independent. This is difficult for him because he looks down
A lot of people are actually struggling with depression and most of them doesn't really like the side effects of some prescribed antidepressants, such as weight gain, nausea, insomnia, anxiety, and fatigue, simply because they are indeed getting less depressed because of the prescribed drugs, however, it somehow affects their lives, emotionally, socially, and physically. That is why the natural method is always the best way to go. There is definitely nothing wrong with trying it since it is of course, completely harmless, but it is best to seek for your doctor's approval before stopping yourself from taking your meds. Without further ado, here are a couple of things you must try if you want to treat depression naturally. “Depression is feeling
Developing an addiction has a way of breaking you down and making you feel just miserable, especially if you 've not got access to that thing which you 've developed an addiction to. However, there are some easy ways through which you can get over an addiction. These steps have been time tested but at the same time, you should also know that these steps are not magic. They will take their sweet time to work and will
They delay what could eventually get on their nerves, make their heads hurt because of overthinking and exhaust them. Procrastination seems like a nice way to relax sometimes to them but they are actually running away from responsibilities which will eventually threaten their “relaxed” way of living. “Carpe diem” doesn’t stand for it, does
It’s manipulative in a way, you feel pain, it destroys you and it drives you to find an escape. Trying to survive, you find that fix, and it numbs you. While you disbelieve that the drink will worsen the pain seeing that it dulls it, the drink grabs your heart and steadies its pace, the pace becomes so slow you feel numb. Unaware of knowing it destroys you, since it blocks all senses, your will to survive is disabled.
Starting with the brain, cigarettes contain nicotine which is highly addictive like heroin. When a person smokes cigarettes the brain creates nicotine receptors to absorb the high amount of nicotine that is coming from cigarettes. After having nicotine receptors in the brain its hard to quit. After that stage, when a person tries to quit they will get in the withdrawal phase where they need nicotine. The aftermath of this phase is experiencing worry, nervousness and a craving of nicotine with a feeling of unease.