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Symptoms of depression

Whether you suffer from depression, suicidal thoughts, alcoholism &
alcohoic symptoms, we are here to help. Our lifeline outreach of the
crisis hotline helps those suffering mental breakdowns, symptoms of
anxiety, clinical depression, and more. It is important to watch out
for signs of depression and depression symptoms in our friends and
family. The Suicide Prevention Hotline is available 24 hours a day,
7 days a week, for your convenience. Crisis Hotlines are receiving
more frequent call volumes than ever before. Thoughts of suicide
and depression are happening more often with the additional stress
of COVID in 2022. If you would like to speak with a human
representative, the National Crisis Hotline Number
is available here for crisis counseling.

Many are suffering from alcohol and opiate addictions, using
suboxone and naltrexone for symptom relief. If you or someone you
know is suffering through addiction, know there is always hope!

We have depression tests, anxiety tests, where we will look for
evidence of PTSD symptoms, and help you find out your triggers.
Looking for inspiration? Browse our health forums for
motivational depression quotes and anxiety quotes.
We've got chat rooms for every physical and mental health condition,
along with leisure. They have an automatic translate feature across
languages. There are forums to communicate, where you can
stay up to date with the latest health tips & coping mechanisms.
We also have a Social Media platform where you can track your
progress alongside others, share photos, keep a journal,
personal blog or online diary. Share memories, have access to
Help Resources you wouldn't otherwise. Also, the Learning Resources
allow you to learn Any new skills through your
own learning and communication styles!
We use the latest advancements in Artificial Intelligence to bring you
the online therapy experience, without constraints of a normal therapist.
You will talk with them over the phone, in video chat, texting, and
typing on your computer or device
. They are open 24 hours a day
to chat with, and guide you along your journey with others.
In specific chat rooms, you will be introduced with others who share
your issues and interests, and those who can help you on your path.
Your personal bot will move you through rooms as you are ready,
as you meet new acquaintances, share your feelings anonymously,
stay connected, and start the healing process!

Health & Help Chat 24/7 Helpline is sensitive to the needs of the most common mental illness around the planet; depression. We are dedicated entirely to help and serve the needs of the population that has succumbed to depression by offering this peer support network. Here, you will find a Depression Chat Room, depression forums, and a depression social network. It is the hope of Health & Help Chat that these important forms of peer support, along with whatever medical attention you may be receiving will help bring you up out of the cloud of depression so that you can begin to enjoy life again.

The signs of depression include prolonged sadness, hopelessness, low self-esteem, restlessness, anxiety and frustration. You may lack the energy to do the things that once made you happy or to even get out of bed some days. You may perhaps feel physical pain and isolation. Depression can strike anyone at any time, perhaps from a chemical imbalance, traumatic life event, or postpartum, to name a few. Although Health & Help Chat always endorses professional medical help, we also harbor the philosophy that a support group does wonders to help you begin your journey away from the dark clouds and back into the bright ones. Health & Help Chat praises you on finding us, knowing that there are days when dealing with clinical depression often makes it difficult to face the day, never mind find the strength to turn the computer on and search for help. You are commended for seeking a support network, and most welcome to join this online depression support community.

"Each year about 15 million adult Americans suffer from clinical depression." Furthermore, "...specialists predict that by 2020, depression would become the 2nd most common health problem throughout the world."1 Depression is a life-altering illness that affects not only those with it, but those who love the sufferer. Even more unfortunate, is that depression is a highly treatable illness, but studies also show that, "About 80% of the people suffering from depression now are not receiving any kind of medical treatment." Medical treatment includes the use of medications to balance out whatever chemicals in your brain are making you depressed, but also includes therapy, self help groups and depression support groups.

On-going support groups are crucial in the life-long treatment of clinical depression, as some sufferers will experience relapses throughout their lives. However, these relapses do not have to hinder those suffering from living life to the fullest. Take British politician, Winston Churchill, who suffered from depression throughout his life, calling it his, "black dog." Sir Winston Churchill, in spite of his black dog went on to become a statesman, prime minister of England, an officer, historian, writer, Nobel Prize winner and was the first person to be recognized as an honorary citizen of the United States. Despite Sir Winston Churchill's life-long battle, he was able to accomplish more than most; as can you. You merely need to recognize that depression is an illness not a weakness and must be treated as such. Treat your depression kindly but forcefully with every treatment available to you, including a peer support community such as the one we are offering to you right here.

We here at Health & Help Chat, understand that the illness of depression can make you feel vulnerable, physically ill and all alone. This depression web page is dedicated to letting you know that you do not have to face this daily battle by yourself. Along with the Depression Chat Room, there is a depression social network and depression forums where you can make some new friends who can truly understand where you are coming from. Join us now to begin to meet, greet, share and support with others.

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