Jun 18, 2020
Mental Health Matters!
What is Mental Illness?
The world we throw around easily nowadays “Depression” .Ever wondered why someone you
know, a friend or a relative looks tired or dull or seems sad for a long time, or has lost interest in
everything, do not eat properly or is frequently absent from work. It is a set of disorder with the
symptoms that affects person’s thoughts, feelings, behaviors, relationships and in very severe
cases, it may also lead to thoughts of Suicide and Death. It is insidious and creeping and it
slowly takes over a person’s life to the point where they forget how it all began.
Depression is when everything feels too hard and its initially a reaction. A reaction to stress and a
seeming inability to change the situation. A reaction to a life that you never imagined to be yours.
It is also a lack of energy to take anymore the life has for you. It is a deep anger, a deep sadness
and a deep regret. And this doesn’t stop with mental health but also leads to some Physical
What are the Symptoms?
It is actually normal to feel upset or sad over some circumstances or events, but if this feeling
persists for a long time and disrupts your normal health and life, then it could be a sign of clinical
depression and should be treated on a right way.
Reach out to us:
“Depression is not a sign of weakness or mental instability” it is also an illness like Diabetes or
Heart problems and it is treatable. It can affect anyone at any juncture in their lifetime. So don’t
panic about the situation. Firstly there should an acceptance that depression is a part of your life
for now. Speak up if you’re worried. You need to get help from somewhere be it a professional, a
doctor, or the person who is always there trying to urge you out of this. You could find a new
strategy here to manage your depressive disorder, anxiety and all the issues concerning your
mental health, download our app eMedHub Telemedicine mobile app and get the best online
consultations from our leading Psychiatrist.
“The road to wellbeing is a process that is supported by hope, inner-strength and
perseverance, and the involvement and support of others ”