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Exercise and depression
Exercise as much as you can as exercising releases dopamine and serotonin amongst many other positive outcomes. You can keep your body healthy and boost your psychological immune system. Read more

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Importance of your diet
Eat healthy and check if you have intolerances for any food groups. The wrong nourishment can lead to depression symptoms or even a full blown depression. Read more

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Be aware of any side effects of medications.
Read your described medicine packages, and if depression is listed as a side effect, consult your doctor for a different medicine or be aware of the symptoms and side effects. Read more

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The Gratitude Game
The opposite of gratitude is resentment. Resentment fosters suffering, and suffering, with no tools to quell it, can feel like quicksand sucking you deeper into negativity until you're convinced... Read more

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Meditate.
Nothing can relax mind and body as much as a deep meditation. If you are prone to excessive thinking or brooding, it is the best way to protect yourself from a depression. Read more

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If you wouldn’t say it to a friend, don’t say it to yourself.
This tip is part of building up positive self-talk and looking at our thoughts, particularly the negative thoughts that often come to us. There are many quotes and pieces of advice “to be our... Read more

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What a triggers list is and why you should have one.
During this article, I speak from experience on how I have used a triggers list to help me monitor my depression and anxiety and stay well. A trigger is an event, word, person, situation or... Read more

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Avoid Drugs & Alchohol
Keep away from drugs and alcohol. Certain drugs will drain your dopamine system causing a high that sends you plummeting into a depressive state when it’s over. Read more

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Give up Alcohol - Depressant
Hangover blues anyone? According to scientists there is a direct link between alcohol and depression and feeling down. Alcohol is a known depressant - so avoid all alcohol to help make you feel... Read more

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Gut Feeling: the link between your gut and mental wellbeing
According to ancient medicine systems such as Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) health begins in the gut. Health in these systems includes mental/emotional wellbeing, and directly... Read more

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Expectations
Manage expectations with environment. No one has your standards. Read more

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Stopping thoughts from spiralling.
How we think about things can affect our mood. And equally, our mood can affect how we think about things. These two elements can then get into a vicious cycle, where they make each worse and... Read more

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Essential self-care for Postnatal Depression
This list is not exhaustive, but it is a good place to start. And please remember three things: You are not alone. Asking for help is NOT a sign of weakness. You can get better. Read more

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How to Change The Voice Inside Your Head
Depression is usually reinforced and entrenched by the thoughts we think and the way we speak to ourselves in our heads. We often think we can power through depression with willpower and force when... Read more

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Avoid negative entertainment
Surround yourself with positive people and things. Watching too many violent and sad movies, playing violent computer games or reading violent or sad books can influence your brain into thinking it... Read more

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Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids
Eating foods rich in omega-3 has been shown to manage and help get rid of depression. Read more

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Importance of not cutting yourself off from friends and family
Stay in contact with your friends and family and let them cheer you up as you are allowed to ask for understanding and help. Read more

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Call It By Another Name - Mind Trick
If you are feeling low or depressed, try not calling it depression, or sadness, or feeling low. As these words naturally have negative connotations and do not help you to feel better. Winston... Read more

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