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5 Ways to overcome depression

5 Ways To Overcome Depression

5 Ways To Overcome Depression

When you're depressed the world looks darker. The world looks smaller and pretty soon, it feels like you're drowning. Right?

What's the point of struggling if you feel like you are underwater. You're not moving forward in the water, you're treading water and getting exhausted. It can feel like you're drowning a little each day. 

There is an elegant way to breakthrough depression. But first, let’s take a closer look at it.

Who Is Affected by Depression?

17.3 million American adults, or about 7.1% of the U.S. population age 18 and older, in a given year suffer from Major Depressive Disorder. 1.9 million children, 3 – 17, have diagnosed depression. And depression is more prevalent in women.

The Health Impact of Depression

  • Adults are 64% at greater risk of developing coronary artery disease
  • 25% of cancer patients report experiencing depression
  • 10-27% of post-stroke patients experience depression
  • 33% of heart attack survivors experience depression
  • 50% of Parkinson’s disease patients report experiencing depression
  • 33%+ of anorexia patients experience depression
  • 33% of persons with diabetes experience depression

Forms of Depression

  • Major Depression
  • Chronic Depression
  • Atypical Depression
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Bipolar Depression
  • Seasonal Depression
  • Psychotic Depression

There are many ways to overcome depression. Here are some of them:

1. Mindfulness to overcome depression

mindfulness to reduce depression

Mindfulness and meditation can give you control of your thoughts. Your thoughts can drive your depression. Gurus tell us that controlling your thoughts will allow you to reduce or eliminate depression. This kind of mastery over your thoughts can take years.

2. Psychiatric approach to overcoming anxiety

 Psychiatric approach to overcoming anxiety

Psychiatrists prescribe pills to help their patients get control over their depression. Medication can have severe side effects that further impact a patient’s life in a negative way leading to more depression.

3. Therapy to treat depression

Therapy to treat depression

Therapy can be a very effective tool for reducing depression. Many therapist see patients for years helping them control their thoughts and actions. Therapy works but takes way to long for most people. 

4. Self-help books and seminars

In many of the seminars that I have attended I see lost souls. People who suffer from depression and anxiety. They go to these workshops to do better in life. They feel good for a while but the good feeling does not last. Because I see them at the next seminar just as depressed. Just as lost.

5. Using NLP to quickly overcome anxiety

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) has the ability to uncover what is causing your depression. NLP has a powerful tool kit to handle what root cause is driving your depression. And NLP has the techniques to help you break free from your depression.

When you use NLP to treat your depression it allows you to live your happiest best self. NLP is the fastest way to get your life back on track.

Hi everyone. My name is Umar Hameed and I use NLP to help you figure out what's the root cause of your depression. Depression does not happen accidentally. We have to create an unconscious internal process to access the state of depression.

What I love about my work is that I can usually help clients greatly reduce or eliminate their depression within 30 days. So they can start living lives that are full of happiness, love, and laughter.

If this speaks to you set up a 15 min consultation with me so we can plan a strategy to make depression a thing of the past for you. You can work with me in-person in Towson, Maryland or using Zoom from anywhere in the world.