Depressed? We Can Help!
Do you often feel sad but don’t know why?
Do you wake up with no desire to get going with your day?
Do you feel an emotional heaviness you can’t shrug off?
Are you struggling with your emotions and don’t know what to do next?
Has depression taken control of your life and you don’t know where to go?
If you are suffering from depression, help is available. You don’t have to continue suffering emotionally and mentally. Seeking the guidance and help that you need is a crucial step in managing your overall well-being. Don’t let yourself continue to spiral into a pit of darkness. Accept the help you deserve by seeing a mental health professional or counselor for support. Rocky Mountain Counseling offers quality services directed toward helping people attain self-fulfillment and joy in their daily life.
One out of every five people experience depression each year. Depression brings despair and sadness while taking away your happiness, hope, and life. Many people aren’t aware of how effective treatment is for depression. It is a very treatable condition. Several studies conducted throughout the last two decades show that therapy is an effective solution for treating even severe bouts of depression. People of any age can suffer from depression.
There is no immunity from this problem that can attack at any time:
Have you felt sad most of the day more often than not during the last two weeks?
Are you bothered by things that didn’t bother you in the past?
Have you noticed changes in your weight or appetite?
Do you have problems concentrating?
Are your simple tasks taking longer to complete?
Do you feel lonely?
Do you feel sad or sometimes cry and not know why?
Do you not like socializing as much and tend be withdrawn?
Have you lost interest in activities that you used to find enjoyable?
Are you facing difficulty with your sleep, such as difficulty falling asleep at night or you wake up too early and can’t go back to sleep?
Are you getting sick more easily or experiencing more physical aches and pains than usual?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may be facing depression. Depression isn’t just a simple case of the blues that will go away in a few days. Depression is a medical condition that needs the attention of a mental health professional. You aren’t the only person suffering. Your friends, your family, and your co-workers are struggling along with you. The sooner you seek help, the sooner you will regain control of your life.