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Feeling low, stressed out, irritated, do not get proper sleep, disinterested. How can get over these?

I m a working woman, mother of two teenagers, husband works in a city far away and possible to meet each other every six months. I ve been feeling very low, irritated, stressed-out, as if i need a break from everything. Cant sleep properly, wake-up startled sometimes, dont feel like doing anything atall, annoyed at myself, sad, lost my smile, etc........pls guide me on these.
Asked On : Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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These are seemingly symptoms of depression.

Management of such state:

1. Consulting a psychiatrist for thorough assessment

2. Improving your situation (finding some alternative that you and husband can stay together, sharing the responsibility of office work and house hold work etc.)

3. Sharing your distress with someone

4. Taking break from your monotonos work off and on
Answered: Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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