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Lack of interest in anything
I dont have interest in anything . I remain kind of depressed , even if i try to become enthusiastic about something , it fades within hours . I am comfortable doing nothing the whole day and just lying around. All web series and movies seem not good enough . I start web series and leave them somewhere in between . Similarly i take up tasks and 90% of the tym leave them unfinished . I just dnt lyk completing any tasks if at all i take up one . Any happy or sad happenings all feel the same . Googling through symptoms led me to anhedonia and i dont see a remedy for that condition , so m worried about my future and career   Can u suggest if there is are ways to hustle out of this situation ?
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Could be depression but could also be memtal changes due to lockdown. Please consult a Psychiatrist for proper assessment and management
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Your symptoms suggest of a Psychiatric disorder in which there is deficiency of  neurotransmitters in your brain. To get out of the disease may not be in your control and the condition is very painful. How ever with the help of a psychiatrist you can control and get out of the problem. Of course you may have to take certain medicine to do away with the deficiency of the chemical.
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Immediately contact the Psychiatrist and discuss your symptoms
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with treatment you can regain your happiness
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All of your symptoms do suggest depression. It’s important you see a professional and take help. Based on the severity of your symptoms you will be given a plan of treatment which may include medication and counselling. Meanwhile try to recognise unhealthy patterns in your lifestyle and modify them. Get physically active and include one hour of aerobic exercises in your day.
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