Depression Help

There’s a mind-body link between depression and low back pain. It’s well-known that neck pain and back pain are side-effects of stress. But depression also causes muscle issues, especially low back pain. Back pain is linked to depression and anxiety. In 2017, research done by Canadian University students found a direct link between depression and…

Ghost stories are a big part of Halloween. Many religions believe that when a person dies, the soul enters another realm. But, the newly deceased may not always realize that he or she is dead. And, whatever personality the living person had, is carried forward into the afterlife. Funeral rites were created to prevent a…

  Depression affects eyesight. This means that when you’re depressed, you actually see the world differently than other people. The world becomes a grey, hazy place and things you normally would see and recognize get missed. How your eyes let you see the world. Human eyes actually form as two outgrowths of the brain in the embryo.…

Tired? Feeling sore? Even have some bruising? These things are common occurrences when you’re depressed. Lack of energy can be caused by depression, antidepressants, lack of sleep, poor appetite and diet, and overworked stress hormones. Here’s how you can get back some of your zip and go when you’re depressed. Ways to increase you energy…

Do you have climate anxiety? You’re not alone. More Americans have climate anxiety than ever before. Severe weather incidents like hurricanes, flooding, fires, and earthquakes are traumatic experiences. After traumatic events, people suffer with PTSD, anxiety, and depression. As the number and severity of climate events keeps rising, people fear that their part of the world might…

The latest research shows that using psychedelics to treat depression and addiction leaves a positive, long-lasting impact on mood and thinking. That’s because psychedelic drugs alter how a person sees and thinks about his/her self. Instead of feeling depressed, a person feels euphoric. Psychedelic drugs used to be just a ‘hippie’ thing. But they aren’t anymore. Psychedelic…

  Hormones play a role in depression, but hormones don’t account for all the differences between male vs female depression. The differences between male vs female depression could also be cultural factors – what society expects of a man compared to a woman. Then there’s biological factors, inherited traits, life experiences, and gender differences that…

  Being anxious is a good thing when it motivates you, like being on time, or when it warns you of danger. But constant anxiety is not healthy. Anxiety disorders are mental illnesses. Certain foods can add to or affect anxiety. Avoid these foods when anxious: Foods to avoid: Caffeine Caffeine is a stimulant and…

    There are many reasons why talking about depression is good. You can help someone deal with negative thoughts, overcome stigma, manage depression symptoms, and even survive the dark night of the soul. Talking about depression gives voice to your pain One reason for talking about depression is that it gives voice to your…

  Choose love, not hate, when it comes to grief or anger. Grief and anger shift one’s emotions towards revenge and hate. But the strong pull towards those reactions can be fought, and avoided. Love is strong as hate People often think love is a fluffy, feel good emotion that only kicks in when you…

Terezia Farkas
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Terezia Farkas

Terezia Farkas is an international bestselling author in depression and grief. Terezia is a reiki master, psychic medium, and certified channeller.
Visit Terezia Farkas on Twitter @tereziafarkas
Website: http://www.tereziafarkas.com
Honours:
Alberta Lt. Governor Circle on Mental Health and Addictions award.
Bell Let's Talk Social Media Ambassador 2017.
CAMH (Canadian Addictions and Mental Health) 150 Difference Makers nominee.
2014 Global Crisis of Depression Summit at Kings Place in London on November 25, 2014, which included speakers Kofi A Anan, the 7th former Secretary General of the UN.

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