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6 Signs You're Depressed, Not Lazy

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[Music] hey psych2goers welcome back to another video. As a quick disclaimer we wanted to remind our viewers that the depression signs discussed in this video should not be used to diagnose anyone with depression. If you or someone you know is struggling with depression please reach out to a mental health professional who can help with that .
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Said let's begin. Have you ever had {SYMPTOMS} days where all you wanted to do is lie in bed and do absolutely nothing else you just wanted to be lazy, and not worry about any of your responsibilities? {COMPARE, EXCLUDE} We've all had our off days. We've all felt lazy unmotivated and uninspired from time to time. And it's normal to feel like that. ------------ But we live in such a hyper competitive society that's so hyper focused on pursuing success and wealth that it's made us feel internally guilty for the time we spend not working towards something productive. ---(CAUSE)--- When you overwork yourself to exhaustion and are dealing with chronic stress it will inevitably have adverse effects on your mental and emotional health. 
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But what if it could be more than that what if your laziness, is more than just you feeling burnt out. Here are six warning signs of  ,   that are more than just laziness. Number one you can't snap yourself out of it. A sense of laziness usually creeps in when you're overly stressed, or if you've been working too hard for too long. And there are a lot of nifty tips and tricks you can use to snap yourself out of it. Like making a to-do list listening to motivational talks or setting achievable goals. But when it's depression, depression isn't a choice and it's definitely not something you can just shake off or get over. No matter what other people tell you depression is a serious mental illness that needs to be treated with professional help and medication. If required often times depressive episodes can recur throughout your life so months of therapy may be needed to help you cope.

Number two you can't cheer yourself up. Do you often struggle with feelings of unexplained loneliness sadness and hopelessness? Do you feel exhausted all the time and rarely have any energy? You might be feeling downcast and disheartened for reasons you just don't understand, and nothing you do seems to cheer you up or make you feel better. No amount of sleep comfort food self-care activities or fun times with friends seem to do much to brighten your spirits. When you're battling depression not even doing the things you used to love the most or spending time with your loved ones can make you feel better.

Number three you've lost interest in everything according. To the american psychological association a markedly diminished interest of pleasure in activities is one of the hallmarks of a depressive episode. So if you've found that your laziness has made you lose motivation and interest in everything including school and work then that's a sure sign that something is seriously wrong with your mental health with depression. You tend to lose interest in your hobbies and emotionally withdraw from those around you. You prefer to stay at home and lay in bed doing nothing most of the day because you just can't find it in yourself to care enough about much of anything anymore.
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Number four you can't function like you used to do. You feel that your laziness is getting out of hand has it become too much for you to manage. Is it getting in the way of your work? your school?or your personal life? If you answered yes to any of these questions then you may be dealing with depression in diagnosing. Depression psychologists tend to look at the four d's of abnormality they are deviance distress danger and dysfunction. So if your laziness is making you dysfunctional, significantly interferes with your everyday tasks and feels like a constant hurdle in your life. Then it may be time to see a mental health care professional about it.
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Number five your laziness isn't triggered by anything. Oftentimes laziness manifests as procrastination and may be brought on by a number of different reasons. Some believe a sense of laziness reflects the lack of self-esteem, while others would argue it's because of a lack of positive recognition from others. It could also be due to a lack of discipline self-control and interest. But what about depression? What brings about depression? Well the truth is psychologists don't really know. But one thing we do know for sure is that it isn't usually triggered by just one particular thing. There isn't always a clear reason for why depression might develop. So if you find yourself feeling down disheartened and unenergetic all of a sudden, depression may be the reason why.
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And number six, your laziness isn't a choice. Finally but perhaps most importantly the key difference between depression and laziness is that while laziness can be changed depression isn't so easily altered. If you're feeling tired or unmotivated, you can do something to change that for yourself. You can rest brainstorm. Look for inspiration, and try out different productivity hacks to help you get out of your funk. But with depression it's not that easy. It's not a funk that you can just get out of. When you have depression you're not making the choice to be depressed or stay depressed. In fact patients with depression often report feelings of extreme guilt shame and helplessness due to their depression. No one with depression is ever just doing it for attention. Mental illness goes so much deeper than that.


Can you relate to any of the signs of depression in this video? If you or anyone you know is experiencing serious feelings of depression, don't hesitate to reach out to a mental health care professional and get help. Please like and share this video if it helped you and you think it could help someone else too. The studies and references used are listed in the description below don't forget to hit the subscribe button for more psycho videos and thank you for watching we'll see you next time.