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    Depression has spiked since the pandemic began, and for many people, even taking care of day-to-day chores, like cleaning your house, can seem mentally exhausting. Unfortunately, a messy environment can build on those feelings of depression and can create a bad cycle. Instead of being helpless against the clutter or getting overwhelmed with chores, this TikTok user shared some easy tips to implement that can make your life easier if you suffer from mental illness. @manicchangeling #DepressionHacks back at it since I saw part 2 was making the rounds again. #MentalHealth #Mentalllness #LifeHacks #CleanTok ♬ Olde Timey – Kevin MacLeod If you wake up and you’re having a bad hair day, instead of spending your entire morning trying to tame it, this TikTok user recommends filling a spray bottle with water, spraying down the frizz, and scrunching it in with your hands so that it can re-style itself without you having to do much work. The second tip is to throw out or recycle containers if you have moldy food leftover in the fridge. She explains that it’s...
    Comedian Bob Saget spoke candidly about his struggles with depression in an interview just eight months before he died. The actor, known for his role as Danny Tanner in the ABC show Full House, told Radio Rahim in May 2021 how he had a big ego as he rose to fame - but it was really a façade to mask his feelings of depression. 'I would have been medicated in today's world in my 20s for extreme depression - like carrying it around all the time,' he told Rahim's Til This Day podcast in an episode that first premiered Wednesday. 'I would also act out and I had a very bad temper and I would yell - I never hit anybody, but I would yell,' Saget admitted. 'It was upsetting to do that. 'And I would do that in relationships, I would do it with my ex-wife, I did it in almost every relationship I've been in,' he said, adding: 'Sometimes, alcohol would add to that.' The only thing that kept him going at that time, Saget told Rahim, was...
    Last week’s vote to authorize $40 billion in aid for Ukraine by Congress was difficult for many Republican lawmakers. The measure sailed through the House and passed in the Senate later in the week. Among those voting for passage was Rep. Gary Palmer (R-AL), the chairman of the House Republican Policy Committee. During an interview with Mobile, AL radio FM Talk 106.5, Palmer said there was a “bigger picture” justification for his “yes” vote on the $40 billion. According to the Alabama Republican lawmaker, not only was it essential for Ukraine’s defense against the Russian invasion, but the gesture sent a message to other hostile actors around the globe, including Chinese President Xi Jinping, who has ambitions to invade Taiwan. “I know there are some people who are concerned about, you know, what’s going on in Ukraine,” he said. “They don’t see it in the bigger picture. But I tell people — I know people in Alabama are watching the vote. People around the country are watching the vote. But they need to understand who else is watching the vote....
    The organization behind the famed Miss USA pageant will provide contestants with  access to mental health workshops to 'avoid depression' in the wake of 2019 winner Cheslie Kryst's suicide in New York City.  Crystle Stewart, 40, the president of the Miss USA Organization and 2008 winner, announced the new program Friday that will focus on helping beauty queens deal with the anxiety and depression that comes with becoming overnight stars and dealing with grueling pageantry, she said.  'I put in place workshops,' Stewart told TMZ. 'Mental health workshops, mindset prep, how do you prepare for the pageant, not just physically, but mentally how do you prepare for the pageant? So there will be mental health workshops through my Crystle Stewart Foundation.'  The announcement comes two months after the 30-year-old Kryst jumped to her death from her New York City apartment. The beauty pageant winner had been battling high-function depression, her mother revealed, which she had hidden until 'very shortly before her death.'  Kryst had been very open about mental health and advocated for it. In October 2019, she spoke out on...
    Jolanta Burke, RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences If you’ve been feeling restless, apathetic or even emotionally empty since the pandemic began, you may be “languishing”. Languishing is described as an emotional state of limbo, aimlessness and low mood, which can last for a long time. But while languishing isn’t itself considered a mental health disorder, it could ultimately lead to anxiety or depression. Many people may even have experienced – or may still be experiencing – languishing without really even knowing what it is or why they’re feeling that way. In fact, an international study which looked at data from participants in 78 different countries between April and June 2020 found that 10% of people experienced languishing during the pandemic. The causes of languishing are different for every person – though they may result from many factors, such as stress, trauma or even a change in routine. But the good news is that languishing doesn’t last forever, and there are many things you can do to improve your mental state. Languishing versus depression...
    A professional cleaner has revealed how to clean your house easily if you have depression or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Kacie from The Big Clean Co in Melbourne shared two videos on social media outlining the easy tips that can make a huge difference to your house and mental health. If you are struggling with depression, Kacie recommended picking up everything on the floor and putting it into a big basket to sort through later. For ADHD, she suggested using two baskets and a bag to organise your small belongings (such as bathroom items) into three categories - items to donate, items to keep and items to throw away. Scroll down for video Kacie from The Big Clean Co in Melbourne (pictured) revealed how to clean your house easily if you have depression or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) If you are struggling with depression, Kacie recommended picking up everything on the floor and putting it into a big basket to sort through later While you may end up with more than one filled basket, Kacie said being able to...
    Apple is working on new technology that could be used to help diagnose mental health conditions such as depression and cognitive decline, insiders claim.  Working with the University of California in Los Angeles and biotech firm Biogen, Apple is hoping to get more out of the health-related sensors in its devices. The firm already has a wide health-related technology offerings, including heart, sleep and activity monitoring through the Apple Watch and iPhone.  Insiders, speaking to the Wall Street Journal, say researchers will use data from iPhone sensors to look for digital signals linked to certain mental health conditions, including depression and anxiety, and feed them into an algorithm. This should be able to reliably predict depression and other conditions and form the basis of new features in a future version of Apple's iOS operating system.  Apple is working on new technology that could be used to help diagnose mental health conditions such as depression and cognitive decline, insiders claim What is depression?  While it is normal to feel down from time to time, people with depression may feel persistently...
    Jack Osbourne is celebrating a special milestone. The 35-year-old former reality star posted a photo on social media marking his 18th year of sobriety.  "It’s not that it gets easier or harder, It’s just that it’s life on life’s terms. If anyone is trying to get sober, know that it is possible if you are willing to do the work," Osbourne penned. "Sending lots of love to my people who have been on this journey with me. #sobersbetter." Earlier this year he told Variety how his experimentation with drugs and alcohol started when he was a teen struggling with depression.  JACK OSBOURNE RECALLS THE ‘ROUGH’ YEAR HIS FAMILY HAS ENDURED ‘ON SO MANY LEVELS’ DUE TO HEALTH WOES "I was suffering from a lot of depression in my early teens, and I was drinking a lot. And then we did 'The Osbournes' and it gave me a rather large piggy bank, so my parents had less control, and then my mom got sick [Sharon is a colon cancer survivor]," Jack recalled.  Jack Osbourne entered rehab in his late teens and has stayed...
    TYSON FURY is not holding out on fighting Anthony Joshua as he wants to protect his mental health should it collapse. The leading heavyweight stars are still in talks for a historic undisputed title fight, with promoters adamant an announcement is imminent. 4Tyson Fury is not holding out on fighting Anthony Joshua as he wants to protect his mental health 4Anthony Joshua is still in talks to fight Tyson FuryCredit: Youtube But Fury - who has been open about his brave battle with depression - is refusing to get his hopes up in case the mega-fight falls through. He told iFL TV: “Whatever they say is very unimportant to me because, until I have a fight date and a hell-of-a-lot of money in my pocket, there is no fight. “Will I be fighting Joshua in the next ten minutes? No. Do I think the fight will eventually happen? Yes, it has to happen. "Do I think it is next or imminent? No. I am not going to hold my breath for it, that’s for sure.  “I...
    New York : Michael Phelps has struggled with depression for several years, despite his success as an athlete. Photo: GABRIEL BOUYS / . / . Day by day, Michael Phelps keep going battling her depression, a disease that has afflicted him for several years and in which he has relapsed due to the confinement of the coronavirus; before it, his wife broke the silence and said that he fears losing him, and that that feeling has grown in the wake of the death of Kobe bryant. “After Vanessa lost Kobe, all I could do was look at Michael and say, ‘Can we help you? Why If I lose you, I don’t know what I’m going to do”, Expressed Nicole phelps in an interview for the newspaper “Today”. Michael Phelps’ wife assured that the athlete’s depression has isolated him from public life (+ Info) ???????? ???? https://t.co/6znxrgC9BU – CaraotaDigital (@CaraotaDigital) January 15, 2021 It should be remembered that when Phelps announced his retirement, after competing in the 2016 Rio Olympics, stated that had suicidal...
    WE all have our off days, especially during what's been a difficult 2020. But how do you know if your feelings of tiredness, irritability, or panic are not something more serious? 3Britain was already facing a mental health crisis before the pandemicCredit: Alamy The NHS has created a mood assessment tool to reveal if you have signs of anxiety or depression. It asks a broad set of 18 questions about your feelings in the past two weeks with multiple choice answers. The questions include: "How often have you been bothered by feeling tired or having little energy?", and "How often are you restless?". Then the tool will give you a score for both anxiety and depression at the end, and what steps you should take next, perhaps encouraging you to see your GP. Click here to take the test 3The NHS has created a mood assessment tool which asks about your feelings in the past two weeks 3It gives you a score, and then what to do next If left untreated with either therapy or medication, mental health problems can...
    MODEL Chrissy Teigen, who recently lost her baby son Jack, shared a bubble bath session on her Instagram story on Sunday morning and asked if it’s possible “to overdose on therapy.” Chrissy has been open about her struggle with depression since she and her husband, singer John Legend, lost their third child in September.  8Chrissy Teigen asked if it is possible ‘to overdose on therapyCredit: Instagram 8Chrissy Teigen said ‘I feel good,’ despite asking if it is possible to overdose on therapyCredit: Instagram In her videos, Chrissy was surrounded by bath bubbles and told her Instagram followers, “I’m doing good, I feel good,” and said her legs were working again after not showering for six weeks because she couldn’t get the energy to stand.  “I am … is it possible to be, to overdose on therapy?” Chrissy asked.  “I think I might have that. But I don’t know, I guess I feel good. I feel good—today.” 8Chrissy Teigen opened up about therapy during a bubble bath that she posted to her Instagram storyCredit: Instagram 8Chrissy Teigen and John Legend named...
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump said the US would “be in a massive depression” if he listened to Covid experts – as doctors now warn the country is heading into its “darkest hour.” Speaking at a campaign rally in Nevada on Sunday, Trump said the US would be in a much different place if he “totally” took advice from scientists on coronavirus lockdowns. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 9President Donald Trump said on Sunday that if he listened to Covid experts, the US would 'be in a massive depression'Credit: Getty Images - Getty Trump claimed that if his Democratic rival Joe Biden is elected, Americans would see another Great Depression. “He’s gonna lock down. This guy wants to lock down,” Trump said of Biden, referencing coronavirus lockdowns the United States saw earlier this year. “He’ll listen to the scientists. If I listened totally to the scientists, we would right now have a country that would be in a massive depression.” Trump said that if he listened to the experts, the economy would...
    President Trump said the US would be in the throes of a “massive depression” if he had “totally” heeded advice from scientists on coronavirus-related lockdown measures. Trump made the economic prediction at his Sunday rally in Carson City, Nevada, adding that the country would endure another Great Depression if Joe Biden is elected president. “He’s gonna lock down. This guy wants to lock down,” Trump said of Biden, referring to the coronavirus lockdowns for public safety. “He’ll listen to the scientists. If I listened totally to the scientists, we would right now have a country that would be in a massive depression.” The president said that instead, under his watch the US economy is recovering from the pandemic. “We’re like a rocketship. Take a look at the numbers,” Trump told the crowd. The US, at nearly 220,000 deaths, has lost more people to the coronavirus than any other country in the world. “This election is a choice between a Trump super recovery, which we’re in right now, or a Biden depression,” the president told the crowd. “Depression — just...
    President Donald Trump defended his handling of the coronavirus pandemic on Sunday at a campaign rally in Carson City, Nevada. He mocked former Vice President Joe Biden for repeatedly saying that he would follow the advice of scientists regarding public lockdowns and economic shutdowns. “If I listened totally to the scientists, we would right now have a country that would be in a massive depression,” Trump said. He noted that the punishing lockdowns fueled the misuse of alcohol and drugs and caused a rise in depression and suicide. “The cure cannot be worse than the problem itself,” Trump said. He said that the economic and job numbers were going up “like a rocket ship” after the lockdowns ended. “I say, you get out there and things are opening up, tell your governor to open up, tell everybody to open up,” Trump said. He criticized Democrat governors for keeping their states closed, citing New York, Michigan, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania. He accused them of doing it for political reasons to hurt his reelection, “Get the places open, let’s go,” Trump concluded.
    Bipolar disorder is characterized by intense mood swings from depression to mania. Crystal Cox/Business Insider You may have bipolar disorder if you experience periods of intense depression along with periods of excitement and energy, or mania.  You will have a higher likelihood of developing bipolar disorder if someone in your family also has it.  Other mental health conditions like psychosis and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are also associated with bipolar disorder.  This article was medically reviewed by David A. Merrill, MD, PhD, psychiatrist and director of the Pacific Brain Health Center at Pacific Neuroscience Institute at Providence Saint John's Health Center. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice.  Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition that is characterized by bouts of mania and depression. Mania is characterized by feelings of euphoria, irritability, or energy while symptoms of depression include feeling sad, low, or worthless. Previously known as manic depression, bipolar disorder is estimated to affect 4.4% of the US population. Here's how you can tell if you or someone you love might have bipolar disorder, and what you can...
    Antidepressants work to treat depression in many cases. Crystal Cox/Business Insider Antidepressants can be effective at treating moderate, severe, or chronic depression.  This medication may also be helpful at treating chronic pain and certain anxiety disorders.  Here's what you need to know about the different types of antidepressants and how to use them safely and effectively.  This article was medically reviewed by David A. Merrill, MD, PhD, psychiatrist and director of the Pacific Brain Health Center at Pacific Neuroscience Institute at Providence Saint John's Health Center. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice Antidepressants are most effective at helping to treat the symptoms of moderate to severe depression.  About one out of 10 people over the age of 12 in the US takes antidepressants. In fact, from 1999 to 2014, antidepressant usage increased by 64%, the American Psychological Association (APA) reports. There are a few different types of antidepressants, and some work better for certain people. Here's what you should know about the safety and effectiveness of antidepressant medications, and whether they are right for you.   What are antidepressants? Antidepressant...
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