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The reason I ask is because for the past year, I have noticed that when I get depressed, I don't want to talk. At all. Or move. This has never happened before. Usually, I felt like talking or doing something would make me better, but I've been basically frozen in place and not having the strength to even make my vocal cords move. It's been worrisome.
bunnistar3000 bunnistar3000 26-30, F 4 Answers Aug 4, 2012 in Depression

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Anger. Withdrawal. Sleeping longer and feeling continually tired despite the amount you've slept. <br />
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Go see your Dr, no sense in suffering needlessly.

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I know I need to. I've been putting it off because I have a large hospital bill from a surgery I needed earlier this year. I'm also afraid of the medicine they will put me on because I've already been told I can't take anti-depressants. &gt;_&lt;

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Yoga, classical music and wine all helped me.

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Thanks for the tips!

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Yeah maybe the wine wasn't my best suggestion - but it really did help me.

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For me its not eating. Normaly I am a huge emotional eater, but when I gret too depressed I just dont want anything.

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I did that in the past. I wish it was still the case, I could afford to lose a few lbs! =/

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I understand completly :)

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