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April 28, 2020, 12:14:45 AM
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Please find someone to talk to. Anxiety is normal during this uncertain, very unusual time.  Maybe speak with whoever prescribed your meds if you feel you are needing to use more. Meditation is quite helpful, it has been for me anyway. This is all new for everyone, you aren't alone.
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April 28, 2020, 11:15:11 AM
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Find something to do while on lockdown, watch your favorite tv shows, movies, anime or cartoons. Remember this, whoever you are I am here for you, don't be sad because we are in this together, no matter how dark the path is there will be a light that will be at the end, do not let the darkness swallow you, people are struggling like you too and they are helping one another, go to reddit for the lols. Talk to your loved ones and the people you see as important and it is okay to be sad but do not let it linger for long, optimism comes a long way.

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April 28, 2020, 12:04:57 PM
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Is anyone having depression because of Lockdown?

I am having a really sad mood all the time and also scared of nothing many a times. I also am very much addicted to anti anxiety pills (prescribed) and during lockdown I have to take double to suppress it down. I dont go outdoors much even before lockdown but the little I did has stopped. College has stopped. Nothing feels good.

Pray always, it helps definitely. And talk to your family members. Get yourself busy with a lot of movies online, do Netflix, exercise indoors, learn how to cook, learn how to play new instrument. A lot of things can be done during this lockdown period which can take much of your time.

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April 28, 2020, 12:20:59 PM
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I agree with other people, It's the best time for lerning new skills. Like me, I started to improve a lot the last time. Because of the quarantine, I can easily spend more time reading, and that's great. If you are interested, I can recommend a good site that helped me https://raisetwice.com. It helped me start doing sport, learn more, and gave me an invaluable experience. At least right now, I know how and when I can start traveling after the lockout. I think you should check the travel tips for sure, and also try to check out articles on the books.
It pushed me to start reading more and learning other languages. So I think it's a good idea for you, if you want to motivate yourself =)
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April 28, 2020, 12:27:25 PM
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Please find someone to talk to. Anxiety is normal during this uncertain, very unusual time.  Maybe speak with whoever prescribed your meds if you feel you are needing to use more. Meditation is quite helpful, it has been for me anyway. This is all new for everyone, you aren't alone.

Aside from that, have you tried doing household chores like cleaning, cooking a new recipe, fix broken things and many others? Make yourself busy even with small things. Try to clean your pantry, your bedroom - check and clean all four corners of your room. Segregate and discard all unimportant things. Talk to your family or friends. Read books/ebooks. Play online games. There's so much things to do. I don't know exactly the condition or situation of the OP but try to see positive things with this lockdown.

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April 29, 2020, 02:59:02 PM
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I'm depressed too during lockdown, or maybe it's just boredom
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June 16, 2020, 11:36:38 AM
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One of the most effective anti depression is to talk to someone close to you it could be your best friend ,your family or online friends. Talk about happy things ang happy moments,try to divert your mind to all good things in life, forget about worrying and smile a lot. Eat comfort foods you like,do some exercise too. Just do what makes you happy.

TO tell you honestly, the beach can lessen the level of depression. From a personal standpoint, the waves, the sand and the sun and some bottle of beers can truly help.

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June 16, 2020, 12:16:24 PM
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One of the most effective anti depression is to talk to someone close to you it could be your best friend ,your family or online friends. Talk about happy things ang happy moments,try to divert your mind to all good things in life, forget about worrying and smile a lot. Eat comfort foods you like,do some exercise too. Just do what makes you happy.

TO tell you honestly, the beach can lessen the level of depression. From a personal standpoint, the waves, the sand and the sun and some bottle of beers can truly help.

I think the simplest thanks to overcoming the frustration during a lockdown would be to spend time together with your family and learn to figure online. Working online-only assist you to overcome frustration but also a financial crisis we will earn some money by working online and but the longer term.
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June 16, 2020, 12:35:13 PM
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One of the most effective anti depression is to talk to someone close to you it could be your best friend ,your family or online friends. Talk about happy things ang happy moments,try to divert your mind to all good things in life, forget about worrying and smile a lot. Eat comfort foods you like,do some exercise too. Just do what makes you happy.

TO tell you honestly, the beach can lessen the level of depression. From a personal standpoint, the waves, the sand and the sun and some bottle of beers can truly help.

I think the simplest thanks to overcoming the frustration during a lockdown would be to spend time together with your family and learn to figure online. Working online-only assist you to overcome frustration but also a financial crisis we will earn some money by working online and but the longer term.

It is really good to have someone from your family to talk to, because you have no hesitations whatever on what you can say. Like there's no filter because he/she is your family. Also, if you really feel depressed even after talking with your family, just think of other people that have problems even getting their basic needs. And if you have those basic needs met, why would you complain in this life, right?

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June 17, 2020, 02:02:33 AM
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Lockdown is going on in the country. In the name of home quarantine during coronavirus, uncertain future and uncertainty of livelihood are being created. At this time, every human being should deal with these catastrophic moments wisely without being emotionally broken. If we can turn the times of despair into skills, it is possible to revitalize not only our own country, but the whole world.
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June 17, 2020, 03:20:45 AM
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I was also quite depressed together with a long lockdown situation like this yourself at home is something that is bad enough for a life that is so messed up in this world. who knows how long back as I usually am yearned already activities as I do.

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June 17, 2020, 04:13:01 AM
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I think no person who likes the feeling of experiencing community quarantine lockdown because every day watching and hearing about the bad news of governments and front liners having a hard time dealing with this COVID-19. And every day doing nothing just sitting on your couch, just eat, taking a shower, and not having a face to face conversation with your friends and family really bumps me out.

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June 17, 2020, 12:11:53 PM
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I'm experiencing lockdown depression because of the unexpected delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. My family was actually scheduled to move to a new house location by the end of March. It's almost 3 months now and we're still awaiting for the approval for us to travel and move everything towards our new home.  Sad

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June 19, 2020, 05:49:41 AM
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Depression because of this, fortunately, has not yet arisen. It’s just sad that isolation destroyed all plans for this summer.
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June 19, 2020, 08:22:59 AM
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Is anyone having depression because of Lockdown?

I am having a really sad mood all the time and also scared of nothing many a times. I also am very much addicted to anti anxiety pills (prescribed) and during lockdown I have to take double to suppress it down. I dont go outdoors much even before lockdown but the little I did has stopped. College has stopped. Nothing feels good.

I would recommend that you always look for the silver lining when experiencing any sort of depression. Being positive, or at least thinking more about the positive things can help you focus less on thinking of the negatives that this Pandemic has caused.

Every now and then, try to talk to someone, chat, and try to exchange ideas with, even if it's via social media (although avoid the negativity since there's a lot of them out there right now). Take note, catching up with friends and relatives is always a positive thing to do.

More importantly, conversing here on bitcointalk.org is also a start, you're doing the right thing... don't hold back, just think out loud whatever you might be experiencing. Create a post, reply to a post, and/or comment reply towards another forum member here. I believe that aside from our common denominator which is cryptocurrency, we're all here to exchange ideas, opinions, and personal experiences as well.

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June 19, 2020, 08:39:11 AM
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Depression because of this, fortunately, has not yet arisen. It’s just sad that isolation destroyed all plans for this summer.

You can still spend your summer time valuably.
There are so many things to do during this period in places that do not have a lot of people so you will avoid overcrowded places.
You just have to think out of the box.
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June 19, 2020, 10:13:30 AM
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Find what inspires you. Remember that you love, what you would do if you had everything you need. And never take seriously negative thoughts and emotions. This makes no sense. Better pay attention to something positive - it's much better! Moreover, even if you still don't know how to control your mind, anyway a bad mood always ends, and a good one begins!
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June 22, 2020, 06:28:18 AM
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Is anyone having depression because of Lockdown?

I am having a really sad mood all the time and also scared of nothing many a times. I also am very much addicted to anti anxiety pills (prescribed) and during lockdown I have to take double to suppress it down. I dont go outdoors much even before lockdown but the little I did has stopped. College has stopped. Nothing feels good.

There are still a lot of things to do even in this lockdown period. Make yourself busy, find something that interests you the most. For example if you love cooking, find time to research and apply it in real life and cook for your family. There should be a lot of things to do still, trust me.

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June 22, 2020, 09:03:11 PM
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Yes, the time is most difficult for all human over the world. we have overcome this situation with patience and God must help us from the situation.
But i think the anti depression pill is not need to remove the depression if u pass ur time with ur family and friends.
Always should be patient to get better something in future  Smiley
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June 22, 2020, 09:27:13 PM
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Depression is real and is often not diagnosed well enough. It's a good thing though that people are starting to open up a bit regarding this (due to the stigma involved when people openly talk about these issues), because it's always best to have someone to talk when depression happens.
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