Depression signs and Suicide risk

Feeling down time to time is a regular part of life. But when emotions such as hopelessness and despair take hold and just won’t go away, you may have depression.
You can make yourself feel better by consuming foods that fight depression and by consulting a doctor, which will give you the necessary treatment. Some of the depression signs include:
Its when you lose the interest in daily activities. You don’t care anymore about former hobbies, social events. Everything has lost its meaning.
2-Pressure in the head
It feels as if you have iron over your head.It makes you curl up and sleep.
3-Appetite or weight changes
Significant weight loss or weight gain in a short period.
4-Low self-respect
You don’t respect yourself. When you feel that there is something wrong with you. And, when you look yourself in the mirror, and you feel bad about yourself.
5-Sleep changes
Insomnia, when you have difficulties falling asleep, wake up in the middle of the night or oversleeping.
6-Anger or irritability
Feeling agitated, sluggish or even violent. Your tolerance level is low, anyone or everything can make you nervous.
7-Loss of energy
Feeling fatigued, sluggish and physically drained. Your whole body may feel heavy and tired. Tasks or jobs that you did before now may seem extremely hard to accomplish.
8-Concentration problems
Trouble in focusing, making decisions or remembering tips.
9-Thinking to hurt yourself
You think to hurt yourself as the only way out of this misery.

Depression and suicide risk

Depression is a major risk factor for suicide. The deep despair and hopelessness that goes along with depression can make feel like the only way to escape the pain
If you have a loved one with depression, take any suicidal talk, watch for the warning signs:
  1. When it is talking about killing or harming one’s self
  2. When expressing intense feelings of hopelessness
  3. An unusual preoccupation with death or dying
  4. Calling or visiting people to say goodbye
  5.  Suddenly switch from being extremely sad to acting calm and happy.
You may have some of these symptoms, but this doesn’t mean that you suffer from depression. You can see if you suffer from depression by answering this question:
When you hear that someone has committed suicide, you say that he did well because that person has saved from pain or do you feel terrified when you imagine it
The reason why this question is so direct is that people who suffer from depression tend to see thinking of suicide as a consolation
While people that don’t suffer from depression feel terrified when they hear that someone attempted or committed suicide.
If you have those symptoms and you think most of the time that suicide is the only escape from the pain. You should see a specialist, and it is going to help you because it is a very treatable problem.