Today’s extensive and exhaustive work culture supplemented with various other peripheral factors that make our lives and our life schedule more stuffed and busy are not just affecting our social relations but are also robbing us of our leisure time, with our families, our companions, our mates, and our close ones.
With time man has got stuck in a cyclic lifestyle, or rather a more of a robotic manner of living in which finding time for oneself or for themselves is becoming a task in “To-do list”, sounds funny right? But that’s the truth. People are getting so cramped with other tasks and activities that dovetailing leisure and self-time is being missed out. Losing out on the ‘Carpé deum’ of life has made a person hamstrung and precarious; struggling to keep their calm and mood collected.
Silent Causes for Depression
Now, if we talk about the causes that eventually exacerbate depression then the list keeps going on and on. Excessive amount of workload, repetitive failure, condescension, abusive lifestyle, alcohol addiction, lethargic attitude, physical inactivity, not ample and sufficient nutrient-rich diet, post-partum, conflicts, general issues, drastic incidents, flocked with bad company, mental and/or physical health problems, childhood abuse, personality traits, incompetence, inferiority complex, etc.
Depression isn’t just making the gush and blush of our lives bleak, but also tampering with our peripheral lifestyle. “Man is a social animal”, is a very common saying, but is a man getting sufficient time to socialize besides just being professional? Acute symptoms can lead to long-lasting depression and depressive symptoms, which eventually hamper our daily lifestyle and living pattern.
The effects of depression are very much superficial. It affects our moods, manners, demeanour, habits, hobbies, and collectively the whole of our life pattern. Depression has direct and deleterious effects on various factors that are affiliated with our well-being and health.
Beginning with effect on our eating manners: depression and lack of urge to be active leads to missing out on forage, nutrition is the fuel which our body needs lack of which will lead to bad health. Moving on to affecting our mental health: staying depressed for a long time shows succinct results on the working of our brain and its ability to mitigate problems hence putting us more into a gloomy stature. Thirdly, depression affects our physiological well-being too. Weight loss, fatigue, weakness, joint pain, anxiety, and loss of appetite, are some of its aftermaths. Moving on to effects on the social environment, a gloomy person can never be a wholehearted person. Effects on the social environment have got the largest ambit effecting relationship with family, relationship with peers, relationship with kids, affecting efficiency at work, affecting productivity, leads to alcoholism, leads to drug addiction, leads to having an abusive nature, leads to conflicts and fights, leads to having a pessimistic opinion about life, treating others in-appropriately, having a more negative attitude towards others, etc.
Summing it all up the causes and effects of depression are bi-directional and interlinked: One leading to all. It begins with our surroundings and ends up affecting our surroundings, at the stake of our mental, physical and social wellness.
Yes, you can treat depression with the help of medications like Etizolam 1mg. But it is well known benzodiazepine and only available after the prescription in the medical market. Please do not take this oral medicine if you are not aware with the he side effects and not suggested by the doctor.