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  1. Feeling Sad Feeling sad or unhappy is normal when something goes wrong or someone dies. These feelings often go away with time and you feel better. If these feelings are severe or affect your everyday life for more than 2 weeks, see your doctor. Treatment can help. Signs •Lose interest in things that you enjoy •Feel restless •Sleep too much or are not able to sleep •Feel tired all the time or lack energy •Gain or lose weight •Not want to eat or lose appetite •Have a hard time concentrating or remembering •Feel hopeless, guilty, worthless, or helpless •Have headaches, stomach aches, bowel problems or pain that does not get better with treatment If you have any of these signs for more than 2 weeks, see your doctor. You may have a health condition called depression. If you are thinking of harming yourself or others, seek help right away by going to a hospital emergency room. Your Care The first step to feeling better is talking to someone who can help you. This might be a doctor or a counselor. Your care may include medicine and counseling. Here are things you can do that can help: •Eat a healthy diet and avoid junk food. 1

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  3. •Drink plenty of water. •Avoid alcohol and street drugs. •Try to get 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night. •Stay active, even if you do not feel like it. •Plan activities for the day. •Set a small goal each day that you can do, such as do a small task or take a walk. •Avoid stress if possible. •Avoid being alone. •Join a support group. •Talk to clergy or spiritual leaders. •Pray or meditate. •Share your feelings with family or friends. •Write down your thoughts and feelings. •Let your family and friends help you. Family and Friends Can Help Helping someone get treatment is important. Your loved one may not have the energy or desire to ask for help. Ways to help: •Offer to go to the doctor with your loved one. You can ask questions and write down notes. •Invite the person to go for walks or outings. Do not be discouraged if he or she says no. Continue asking, but do not push. •Give emotional support through talking and careful listening. Do not ignore feelings, but point out realities and offer hope. •Offer reassurance that with time he or she will feel better. •Do not ignore words or actions that show the person thinks life is worthless. Do not ignore words or actions about hurting others. Seek help right away at a hospital emergency department. 2

  4. •Hkjiwj ek=k esa ikuh fi,¡A •efnjk rFkk u'khys inkFkksZa ds lsou ls cpsaA •gj jkr 7 ls 8 ?kaVs lksus dk Á;kl djsaA •lfØ; jgsa] Hkys gh vkidk ,slk djus dk eu u gksA •viuh fnu Hkj dh xfrfof/k;ksa dh ;kstuk cuk,aA •Áfrfnu vius fy, ,d NksVk lk y{; fu/kkZfjr djsa] tks vki dj ldrs gSa] tSls dksbZ NksVk lk dke djuk vFkok lSj ij fudyukA •;fn laHko gks rks ruko ls cpsaA •vdsys jgus ls cpsaA •fdlh lgk;d lewg esa 'kkfey gksaA •/keZxq#vksa vFkok vk/;kfRed iFk Án'kZdksa ls ckr djsaA •ÁkFkZuk djsa vFkok /;ku yxk,¡A •viuh Hkkouk,¡ ifjtuksa vFkok fe=ksa dks crk,¡A •vius fopkjksa rFkk Hkkoukvksa dks fy[k ysaA •vius ifjokj rFkk fe=ksa dks viuh lgk;rk djus nsaA ifjtu rFkk fe= lgk;d gks ldrs gSa ifjtu rFkk fe= lgk;d gks ldrs gSa mipkj ÁkIr djus esa fdlh dh lgk;rk djuk egRoiw.kZ gSA laHko gS fd vkids fÁ;tu esa lgk;rk ek¡xus dh 'kfDr vFkok bPNk u gksA lgk;rk djus ds rjhds% •vius fÁ;tu ds lkFk fpfdRld ds ikl tkus dh is'kd'k djsaA vki Á'u iwN ldrs gSa] rFkk fooj.k fy[k ldrs gSaA •lacaf/kr O;fDr dks ?kweus vFkok lSj ij tkus ds fy, vkeaf=r djsaA ;fn og badkj djrk@djrh gS rks fu#Rlkfgr u gksaA ckj&ckj iwNrs jgsa] ijarq ncko u MkysaA •ckrphr djdss rFkk /;kuiwoZd ckrsa lqudj] mls HkkoukRed leFkZu Ánku djsaA mldh Hkkoukvksa dh vuns[kh u djsa ijarq lPpkbZ ls voxr djk,¡ vkSj vk'kk O;Dr djsaA •mls vk'oLr djsa fd le; ds lkFk og csgrj vuqHko djsxk@djsxhA •,sls 'kCnksa vFkok fØ;kvksa dh vuns[kh u djsa thou dks csdkj le> jgk@jgh gSA vU; yksxksa dks pksV igq¡pkus laca/kh 'kCnksa vFkok fØ;kvksa dh vuns[kh u djsa vuns[kh u djsaA rqjar rqjar fdlh vLirky ds vkikrdkyhu foHkkx ls lgk;rk ÁkIr djsaA vuns[kh u djsa ftuls ;g Ánf'kZr gksrk gS fd og O;fDr Feeling Sad. Hindi. 2

  5. Talk to your doctor if you think you or a loved one has feelings of sadness that last for more than 2 weeks. 2005 – 5/2010 Health Information Translations Unless otherwise stated, user may print or download information from www.healthinfotranslations.org for personal, non-commercial use only. The medical information found on this website should not be used in place of a consultation with your doctor or other health care provider. You should always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health care provider before you start or stop any treatment or with any questions you may have about a medical condition. The Ohio State University Medical Center, Mount Carmel Health System, OhioHealth and Nationwide Children’s Hospital are not responsible for injuries or damages you may incur as a result of your stopping medical treatment or your failure to obtain medical treatment. 3

  6. ;fn vkidks yxrk gS fd vki esa vFkok vkids fÁ;tu esa mnklh dh ,slh Hkkouk,a gSa tks 2 lIrkg ls vf/kd le; ls cuh gqbZ gSa] rks vius fpfdRld ls bl laca/k esa ckr djsaA 2005 – 5/2010 Health Information Translations Unless otherwise stated, user may print or download information from www.healthinfotranslations.org for personal, non-commercial use only. The medical information found on this website should not be used in place of a consultation with your doctor or other health care provider. You should always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health care provider before you start or stop any treatment or with any questions you may have about a medical condition. The Ohio State University Medical Center, Mount Carmel Health System, OhioHealth and Nationwide Children’s Hospital are not responsible for injuries or damages you may incur as a result of your stopping medical treatment or your failure to obtain medical treatment. Feeling Sad. Hindi. 3