Depression: The Forgotten Physical Effects!

Posted: 29 May, 2015 in Comment, depression, Life

Every time I get back on the anti-depressants I remember the physical effects of my depression on myself as not only my obsessive thoughts go but also a lot of physical ache and pains go away at the same time.

I think this is one of the things most people who have never depression never really understand are the physical effects of depression and other people put it down to the person in question moaning about something again.

But I and everyone else should not be surprised by the physical effects of depression after all always being in a dark place your body reacts to it by always being prepared to run and hide from the dark things. This is never a good thing for your body as it never relaxes and constantly flooded with less than healthy chemicals.

In the end it is always first thing I notice when I go back on the anti-depressants is the fact the ache and pains go though I do sleep a lot at first as my body recovers from constant wash of unhealthy chemicals.

Though I still have ache and pains but that just due to growing older and things happened in the past so perfectly normal and relief from the constant ache and pains because of the depression.

Please Note: If you are interested in a more personal scrapbook of mine just follow the link to Patterns in the Static!.

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