Alcohol, for some people, can be a problem. Drinking more than usual is a way of coping with or hiding emotions. However, alcohol isn’t the answer to solving your problems and also makes you feel more depressed.
Try to eat a healthy diet…
A lot of people don’t feel like eating when they’re depressed and are at risk of becoming underweight. However others find comfort in food and can put on weight.
Medication can also affect your appetite. See your Doctor if you are concerned about your weight and how the antidepressants are affecting your appetite.
Having a routine can really help your health.
Many people who don’t have any type of routine suffer from…
Stress. No routine often means having the constant worry of “when will I get everything done.”
Poor sleep. Without a daily routine at work or at home, you may find yourself playing catch-up constantly If you’re always behind on what should have been done the day or week before, which could lead to staying awake at night worrying.
Poor eating. A poor diet can become the norm if there isn’t time scheduled for a healthy food shop. Quick, unhealthy substitutes become the next best food option.
Poor physical condition. Working out usually requires some advance planning.
Ineffective use of time. Often, no routine means you simply run out of time, leaving things undone and not making the most of your time.