as i cant be bothered doing much and i cannot find a bloody job so its really is getting to me as im worried as got mortgage on the house
since Xmas i cannot get up in the mornings, i felt like ive only had a few hours sleep as i go to bed and have a good 8 hours or sometimes 7 and feel like shit.. i have to kick myself up my arse to do anything atm!
there are loads of things i wanna do and things that needed to be done but simply cant be arse!
im on ADs tabs, been on them for nearly 2 months and i feel like wants to hibernate and got no energy as legs feels sssooooooo heavy
It can take a while for the ADs to take effect, and for docs to find the right one / right dose for you. But were you diagnosed with depression 'just' because of the lethargy thing? Do you think you're depressed or could it be something else? From what you've said, it sounds like they've slapped the depression label on you because a few tests haven't found anything else.
Biglips I think I feel like you...
I had a million thing that I really need to do, but just can't concentrate or be arsed....
I have also been checked, and been given tabs. I hated them! Made me feel worsed and drugged. I actually felt really well the week after I gave them up! Have been wondering whether maybe I need a lower dose....
How about diabetes? any family history?
You could also try talk therapy?
If you find a good answer, let me know!!!
is easy to get that way and not see a way out. guess we all have dreams of what we want to be and do, and when they are so far from where we are now it makes it seem impossible to fulfil them. so we give up trying and accept that this is it, it wont get better. BUT it can, just think of what you want for yourself and your kids and then look at real, practical ways of going about getting them. that doesnt mean robbing banks to get a big house and lots of hols, but start with the simple basic changes you may want to make and go from there. its not impossible just start with easy steps you can take and keep going.
eventually you will get where you want to be - and dont forget we are all just 'works in progress' - it takes a lifetime to become who we really want to be.