Anhedonia, fatigue, anxiety.what's going on?

I've had what seem like depressive symptoms for around 3 years, and have tried everything from SSRIs (side effects sucked, did nothing), to herbal remedies incl sleep aids + 5htp etc. (no side effects...still did nothing), to basically a good behind the times vacation. The break did some good, where on earth when I came rear legs I had the best sleep of my natural life, and woke up feeling great for a sunshine, only to own it go away pretty fast. What's going on? What should my subsequent step be? Some recommend Kava, but I hear bad things...

Work/school duration are both stressful, and could be contributing, but are unchangeable as of current.

Any and all abet greatly appreciated.

Answer:
I had to look up anhedonia to numeral out what to say..so cart that for what it's worth...

anxiety/depression are interesting disorders... only the doctor for sure know where that flash is crossed I guess.I have one my husband the other and we respectively take different meds..

so...my first quess would be to stir back to your doctor and vote, "this isn't working" and go experiment.

everyone's body chemistry is different...and

while work/school time are stressful ..yoga is a way to unlock the stress..

what are you doing for you????
i am here if u requirement a friend dogmicjoe@yahoo.com. trywalking, meditation. go to holisticonline.com 2 relieve
Make your own little vacation room contained by your home. Put up a poster of your favorite place, like a tropical islad picture or something. Light some candles, listen to some soothing music, and purely sit there and stare at the poster that you wallow in looking at. Repeat one word over and over again, like "serenity" for nearly ten minutes. Train your mind to be blank. If it starts filling up beside crap, repeat the word to yourself again so you stop thinking. Hope this helps.

J.
travel to counseling or with those spiritual society they could help
See depression treatments, anxiety and stress at http://www.ezy-build.lattice.nz/~shaneris... on pages 2, 6, and 7. Practise day by day, and when needed, one of the relaxation methods on pages 2, or 9.
Hi, sorry to hear you are have a bad time. I would really advocate a course of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. CBT is proven to be really effective for anxiety and depression. It take a bit of work, but if you put the effort surrounded by it’s super effective (in my and my family’s experience anyway). You can speak to your doctor around doing a course, or you can take a course for free online at: http://www.livinglifetothefull.com/elear...

I also do relaxation exercise tape (progressive muscular relaxation). They really help if you practise recurrently enough. This site have instructions on how to do it without the tape (and other useful info): http://www.cci.vigour.wa.gov.au/resource...


Best of luck to you, hope you feel better soon.

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