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by talkhealth on Tue Mar 27, 2012 11:28 am

Depression and celebrities

Today it has been revealed that Spice Girl Mel C feels she is now cured of her depression and other mental health issues, including eating disorders since falling pregnant and becoming a mum!

ITV's This Morning also featured another celebrity talking about their depression. Former Miss Great Britain, Danielle Lloyd discussed her battles with depression and alcohol in an honest and open interview to highlight the difficulties of the condition.

Find out more about both of these stories at http://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-n ... red-772924 and http://www.itv.com/thismorning/health/d ... lood-clot/
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by saraht on Mon Apr 23, 2012 7:47 pm

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Often alcoholism or problem drinking accompanies depression. Many people are under the misguided impression that alcohol is a relaxant. Perhaps the first two glasses are, but it is ultimately a depressant. And often it spirals out of control and becomes a vicious circle, of drinking, feeling depressed, hungover, having a drink to cheer yourself up and off it goes again. Eating disorders and self harm again go hand. It's control issue as much as anything else. If part of your life is out of your control, you try to control another part.

I am an ex alcoholic, and controlled my eating leaving me with anorexia, result in my poorly mind, and often self harmed as a deflection of the pain. Of course I was incredibly depressed too. I am well now, but never forget those sad and lonely times.
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by tooper333 on Thu Jun 28, 2012 1:11 am

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The root cause of major depression seriously isn't known. Several researchers still find it due to chemical improvements from the human brain. This can be because of a difficulty along with your gene history, or even brought on by specific demanding occasions. Major depression can be a serious sickness that could afflict everyone, perhaps folks who often are most. Accurate professional medical major depression can be a spirits condition where thoughts involving unhappiness, burning, frustration, or even aggravation obstruct everyday life intended for 2 or 3 weeks or even extended.

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by zorudam14 on Sat Jul 14, 2012 2:32 pm

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Same as Here, My Friends have a same Problem with this, Maybe because Alcohol, But I'm Not Sure, He look Depression and Have Mental Issues but he rarely drank Alcohol, This Disease is Serious Problem for Most People, Because this is may lost control for Your self, If you get Indication about this sickness You must Consultation to your Doctor about it.

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by BrainStrong on Wed Jan 25, 2017 9:58 pm

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saraht wrote:Often alcoholism or problem drinking accompanies depression. Many people are under the misguided impression that alcohol is a relaxant. Perhaps the first two glasses are, but it is ultimately a depressant. And often it spirals out of control and becomes a vicious circle, of drinking, feeling depressed, hungover, having a drink to cheer yourself up and off it goes again. Eating disorders and self harm again go hand. It's control issue as much as anything else. If part of your life is out of your control, you try to control another part.
True. Although it may work temporarily as you said, alcohol is the worst 'mood booster'. It eventually leads to brain shrinkage and cognitive decline as shown in clinical studies. If you are looking for something to lift your spirits that doesn't do more harm than good, then look into improving your lifestyle before anything else.

Unfortunately, most people just want the quick and easy way so they consume meds or substances that they think is helping when in fact it's only making things worse.

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by hollyann on Tue Sep 19, 2017 10:06 am

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Depression causes the problem under my eye.i had dark circles around the eyes and used dermalmd.i am doing meditation everyday.it helps a lot.

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by reaganna on Tue Oct 24, 2017 11:00 am

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by patrishiya on Wed Feb 28, 2018 11:06 am

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by JeniferWilliams on Thu Apr 19, 2018 2:21 pm

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hollyann wrote:Depression causes the problem under my eye.i had dark circles around the eyes and used dermalmd.i am doing meditation everyday.it helps a lot.
This is the best way to overcome the depression.
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by matthewtweedie on Fri Jun 01, 2018 11:30 am

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Consult with therapist to overcome anxiety and meditation can also help to heal depression deeply and relax your mind :D to think in a positive way
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