Harvesting the Heart Service The Hidden Reason Why Depression Is On The Rise-Dr Charles Noplis

The Hidden Reason Why Depression Is On The Rise-Dr Charles Noplis

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Depression is a major problem in modern society, and it’s getting worse,and according to the World Health Organization, depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide.
This year alone, it’s expected to affect more than 300 million people around the world and this number is only expected to grow as populations age and medical technology improves.
We’ve all heard that depression often follows a natural biological cycle, but there are also many external factors that can trigger or exacerbate depression symptoms.
Some of them are obvious: being unemployed after losing your job or being diagnosed with cancer can both be devastating events that might lead you down a path toward feeling depressed for months or years on end.
But others are less obvious such as using phones too much or having low self-esteem due to traumas like bullying or other forms of abuse later in life which makes them harder for some people to spot at first glance when trying to understand why they feel so down all the time or most days.
Social Media
Social media can be a force for good, but it can also be a force for evil and the same technology that connects us to people across the world and brings us closer together also has the potential to make us feel more alone and disconnected than ever before.
The problem isn’t social media itself according to Dr Charles Noplis , it’s how we use it. We’ve all heard stories about kids committing suicide because they were bullied online or someone posted something hurtful about them on social media platforms.
But there are plenty of other ways that social media can negatively impact mental health without getting into serious bullying situations:
● Feeling like you’re not good enough: Social media is full of unrealistic expectations about what life should look like and if yours doesn’t match up with those images, you might start feeling bad about yourself and your life.
● This can lead not only to depression but also eating disorders and body dysmorphic disorder, which causes people who already have low self-esteem issues even more distress when they see pictures on platforms of models with perfect bodies wearing clothes from brands whose clothes would cost them months’ worth of savings just so they could look like those models. Click here Dr Charles Noplis .

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