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Depression/Anxiety is returning?I have been feeling really positive and good for about 7 months now, but recently I have started feeling really depressed and anxious again. for reference I have been on lexapro for 8 months now. I am junior and I just feel so shitty. does anyone one have good solutions to help raise my spirits up again.
i saw a depression add where they say exercising and cooking your own food can help? :/
First you look at what is bothering you. Then you take one step at a time to fix it. Change one thing at a time. After you fix the problem, you can reward yourself..
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The best solution is to contact your doctor or therapist if this continues. It may just be that you need to up your dosage on your Lexapro, but MAKE SURE to visit the doctor first. You are also a junior, and at this age it isn't rare to feel like shit sometimes. Try not to over think your emotions to much right now, because they are bound to change. You are at the start of life, and many doors are going to open for you. Many times exercise can help with depression and anxiety issues as well. Anyways just make sure to contact your doctor if these feelings continue, ESPECIALLY if you're having suicidal thoughts.
Don't welcome them. Close the doors and windows tightly. Never entertain or give hospitality to such bad ideas. Always nurture healthy, pious, noble, constructive and positive thoughts, ideas, feelings, habits, traits and behaviors. Reject all other unwanted ones which discourage. As far as possible give lot of motivation, encouragement, inspiration, stimulation and enthusiasm to your mind.
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