How to treat depression in patients with depression
How to treat depression
Many people think that depression is more difficult to treat. In fact, depression is very simple, and related research indicates that 80% of people with depression are able to recover from normal after proper treatment. Depression is mainly caused by the following treatments.
1, drug treatment
Used to alter the imbalance of neurochemical in the brain, including antidepressants, sedatives, sleeping pills, and antipsychotics.
Mainly used to change inappropriate cognition or consider habits, or behavioural habits. Can solve the problem fundamentally. If you have a subtle problem, you can get help from a telephone consultation or a counselling organization.
3, exercise therapy
More sunshine and exercise are beneficial to people with depression, and more activities and activities can make the mood unexpectedly relax; the ultraviolet rays in the sun can more or less improve one’s mood.
4, good living habits
The law and the days of peace are the needs of people with depression. Go to bed early and get up early, stick to your body and mind, face each day with a pleasant mood, and always hold the emotion of active achievement, in order to increase the colour and brightness of your life.
Early symptoms of depression
1, manifested in physical symptoms
Depression is generally not easy to detect. The initial symptoms are usually headache, low back pain or other parts of the pain. There will be insomnia, I hope everyone can pay attention.
2. Expressed in the change of will behaviour
People with depression have a will to change, often feel that doing things is a little powerless, it is difficult to concentrate, thinking will become very slow, and it will be very difficult for some work and life.
3. Expressed in emotional changes
This is an obvious clinical symptom of mild depression. It is mainly manifested by the weakness of the whole body, feeling exhausted, exhausted, exhausted, lack of interest in the surrounding things, avoiding interpersonal relationships, unwilling to talk, unable to express one’s emotions, lacking Self-confidence, feeling tired and unable to work; emotional depression, anxiety, irritability, pessimism, but not despair, etc.
4, unexplained physical discomfort
Mild depression patients are often accompanied by a variety of physical symptoms, such as back pain, limb pain, low back pain, etc., but the cause is unknown, hospital examination can not find organic lesions. In some cases, there will be unexplained bloating, diarrhea, anorexia, nausea and stomach upset.