Depression Ka ilaj With Quran ❤️ || How To Cure Depression, Stress, Anxiety || Dr Israr Ahmad Bayan
Depression Ka ilaj With Quran || How To Cure Depression ,Stress , Anxiety || Dr Israr Ahmad Bayan
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What is depression?
Depression is classified as a mood disorder. It may be described as feelings of sadness, loss, or anger that interfere with a person’s everyday activities.
It’s also fairly common. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Trusted Source estimates that 8.1 percent of American adults ages 20 and over had depression in any given two-week period from 2013 to 2016.
People experience depression in different ways. It may interfere with your daily work, resulting in lost time and lower productivity. It also can influence relationships and some chronic health conditions.
Conditions that can get worse due to depression include:
- Cardiovascular disease
It’s important to realize that feeling down at times is a normal part of life. Sad and upsetting events happen to everyone. But, if you’re feeling miserable or hopeless on a regular basis, you could be dealing with depression.
Depression is considered a serious medical condition, and it can get worse without proper treatment. Yet, those who seek treatment often see improvements in symptoms in just a few weeks.
Depression can be more than a constant state of sadness or feeling “blue.”
Major depression can cause a variety of symptoms. Some affect your mood, and others affect your body. Symptoms may also be ongoing or come and go.
Depression can affect men, women, and children differently.
Symptoms of depression in men may include:
Mood: anger, aggressiveness, irritability, anxiousness, restlessness
Emotional: feeling empty, sad, hopeless
Behavioral: loss of interest, no longer finding pleasure in favorite activities, feeling tired easily, thoughts of suicide, drinking excessively, using drugs, engaging in high-risk activities
Sexual: reduced sexual desire, lack of sexual performance
Cognitive: inability to concentrate, difficulty completing tasks, delayed responses during conversations
Sleep: insomnia, restless sleep, excessive sleepiness, not sleeping through the night
Physical: fatigue, pains, headache, digestive problems
Symptoms of depression in women may include:
Emotional: feeling sad or empty, anxious or hopeless
Behavioral: loss of interest in activities, withdrawing from social engagements, thoughts of suicide
Cognitive: thinking or talking more slowly
Sleep: difficulty sleeping through the night, waking early, sleeping too much
Physical: decreased energy, greater fatigue, changes in appetite, weight changes, aches, pain, headaches, increased cramps.
There are several possible causes of depression. They can range from biological to circumstantial.
Common causes include:
Family history. You’re at a higher risk for developing depression if you have a family history of depression or another mood disorder.
Early childhood trauma. Some events impact the way that body reacts to fear and stressful situations.
Brain structure. There’s a greater risk for depression if the frontal lobe of your brain is less active. However, scientists don’t know if this happens before or after the onset of depressive symptoms.
Medical conditions. Certain conditions may put you at higher risk, such as chronic illness, insomnia, chronic pain, or attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Drug use. A history of drug or alcohol misuse can impact your risk.
Many other people may never learn the cause of their depression.
About 30 percent of people who have a substance use problem also experience depression. In addition to these causes, other risk factors for depression include:
low self-esteem or being self-critical
personal history of mental illness
stressful events, such as loss of a loved one, economic problems, or a divorce
Many factors can influence feelings of depression, as well as who develops it and who doesn’t. The causes of depression are often tied to other elements of your health.
Treatment for depression :
Your doctor may prescribe antidepressants, antianxiety, or antipsychotic medications.
Each type of medication that’s used to treat depression has benefits and potential risks.
Speaking with a therapist can help you learn skills to cope with negative feelings. You may also benefit from family or group therapy sessions.
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