When to Seek Professional Help for Depression... and When a Bottle of Wine Will Do

Hello Ladies!

We've all been there.

You had a tough year and all you want to do is curl up in a ball with a pint of ice cream and watch Netflix. But then you remember that you're an adult, and adults don't do that... or at least they're not supposed to. So instead, you pour yourself a glass of wine and try to forget about your problems. But what if your low mood lasts longer than just a day or two? What if no amount of wine (or Netflix) can make you feel better? If that's the case, it might be time to seek professional help. But before you do, try one of these natural remedies for depression first.

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1. Get Outside

When you're feeling down, it's easy to become a hermit and want to spend all your time indoors. But believe it or not, being in nature can actually help to improve your mood. Studies have shown that spending time outside can help to reduce stress levels and increase feelings of happiness and well-being. So next time you're feeling low, take a walk in the park or go for a hike in the woods. It might just make you feel better.

2. Exercise

It's no secret that exercise is good for your physical health, but did you know that it's also good for your mental health? Exercise releases endorphins, which have mood-boosting properties. So next time you're feeling down, put on your sneakers and go for a run—you might just find that it helps to clear your head and improve your mood.

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3. Connect with Friends and Family

When you're feeling low, it's easy to want to isolate yourself from the world. But resist the urge! Spending time with loved ones can help to lift your spirits and make you feel better. So call up a friend or family member next time you're feeling down—you'll be glad you did.

If you're feeling down, there are plenty of things you can do to try to improve your mood. But sometimes, no matter how hard you try, nothing seems to work. If that's the case, it might be time to seek professional help—don't suffer in silence! However, before you make an appointment with your therapist, give one (or more) of these natural remedies for depression a try—you might be surprised at how well they work. Until Next Time!...XOXO 🍁🧡🍂

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