If you wake up for more than 1 week but do not want to get out of bed or your first thought of the day is negative, it is very likely that you are going through a depression.
2. When was the last time you did something for you?
That is, when was the last time you did something for your personal care such as putting on a mask, cutting your hair, etc., or when was the last time you exercised, did yoga or meditated. If more than 1 month has passed, be careful: you may be entering a depressive period.
3. Do you get enough rest at night?
Insomnia or chronic fatigue, that is, when you sleep more than you feel tired, are early symptoms of depression. It is not possible to ensure that if you can not sleep you are depressed, unless your sleep disorders are accompanied by apathy, irritability or sadness.
4. You can not concentrate or nothing catches your interest
You can not concentrate on your work or any other activity, since everything has ceased to interest you. You jump from one thing to another or just prefer to stay without doing anything, because you feel too overwhelmed.
5. Your hunger goes away or you have binge eating
Eating disorders, like those of sleep, are early symptoms of depressive symptoms. It may be that your appetite is completely gone and you spend a whole day without remembering to eat or that you eat anxiously and then feel bad. An unhealthy relationship with food always implies a problem.
The good news is that depression is perfectly treatable. If you identify with more than one of these symptoms, seek professional help. Or a psychologist