You Might Think Unexplained Pain is Fibromyalgia, or Nothing At All
Have you noticed that you feel different lately? Maybe you don’t sleep as well as you used to, have unexplained aches and pains, or have trouble concentrating.
Or maybe you just feel a little “off.”
You might feel that you have a lot of problems you need to address, or that nothing is actually wrong at all.
The truth may be somewhere between the two–it could be depression.
Depression Can Actually Affect Us Physically
We all know the common symptoms of depression–feelings of hopelessness, guilt or worthlessness–but there’s more to it than that.
So you might think that you just need to sleep more or to eat better, and that could be true, but it could actually be depression could be behind your unhealthy behavior patterns.
Seeking help for depression
If you feel like you are suffering from depression or see any of the below signs in yourself, WTCSB can help.
Western Tidewater Community Services Board offers help for you through your mental health journey.
We offer help in the form of:
– Group Therapy
– Individual Therapy
– Peer Support
– Recovery and Addiction Support
– And more.
Here are some signs of depression that we often overlook:
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