5 Ways To Manage Your Depression During Quarantine

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Hey guys happy Monday. I have been missing in action for two weeks and it’s all because my depression kicked in the moment I heard the word locked down.  Like many people I suffer from depression that has the power to take my breath away. Causing me to sink into a world of despair. That is why I am sharing 5 ways to manage your depression during quarantine.

Clean Something

I know this might sound crazy. But when my depression was too much for me to handle. I clean. Even before this quarantine. 

And trust me it works. There’s something therapeutic about cleaning that elevates ones spirit. Therefore, if you can get up and clean.  

Keeping a clean environment has Been shown to help eleviate depression. According to studies a chaotic messy environment is a reflection of ones mental state. 

A clean envelope send the signal to your brain that you respect yourself and love yourself. According to Jim Kwik cleaning sends the message to your brain that your are safe and a productive person. 
Don’t underestimate the power of a clean home. Just to further home in on the idea.

An article from healthline stated “cleanliness is a form of self respect.” 

Step Outside 

I live in Florida to I live for the sun. As a person who suffers from anxiety I know how hard it can be to just get out of bed. But don’t let it stop you from stepping outside for a while to enjoy the sun. 

I am not saying go wander around on the streets. However, try to step into your balcony or backyard and hang there soaking up the sun. It helps more than you know. 

According to a study Done by the university of Alabama. It was found that there is a direct cprolation to cognitive impairment and depression due to the lack of sunlight.  

In other words. No sunlight more depressed a person is. And vice versa. 

However if you find that you live in a place with already minimal sunlight. Maybe try for a lamp that mimics the eefectnof the sun. 

Also kmown as a SAD lamp. 

5 Ways To Manage Your Depression During Quarantine

Spend Time With Love Ones 

My depression really kicks in when I  alone. So to me a quarantine is the perfect opportunity for me to spend time with the ones I love. 

And so should you. Spend time with your kids , significant other, and those you think of as family.  

This will take you out of your head and get you to focus on something other than your depression. 

Focus On Your Hobby

My hobby is my blog. Sharing and writing these articles. And it is important to me. So no matter how depression I get I push throigh for my blog. Because it is something outside of myself. 

That is why I recommend that You find a hobby and focus on it. Depression is like an internal focus on one’s self. But if you focus on something else such as a hobby. 

So it’s the perfect that for you to write that book, start the garden, read that book you’ve always wanted to read. 

But no matter what it is find something that can get you out of your head and do something outside of yourself.

Don’t Deal With It Alone

You may have to be quarantine but don’t deal with the depression alone. One thing I know from ezpeuis that depression is a lonely creature.

It likes to isolate and keep me in a heqdspace of loneliness. that’s is why I find that it is important to speak up about it.

If you are a person who lives alone.  I suggest you quarantine with a friend and/or family members who you know understand what you are going through. 

If not don’t hesitate to call your safety line and let them know what level your depression is. Don’t face depression alone. If you find that you have no one who you can call.  Then don’t hesitate to call the national safety hotline. 

1800.273-8255 national suicide hotline. 


The Samaritans: (877) 870-4673 (HOPE)

You can call or text these numbers at anytime. There you have it folks. 5 Ways To Manage Your Depression During Quarantine. Let me know what you think. And don’t hesitate to share the way you are managing your depression during this time.

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