You might have mild depression.
At most times of the day or week, you feel low mood or unmotivated; and for some, you feel just fine. You notice that there has been some shifts in the way you think or behave. You might find yourself feel angry or irritated more than usual, you find it difficult to concentrate, you suddenly lose interest in activities you once enjoyed. And there's either too much or too little sleep and appetite. Taking note of these subtle changes in your mood, behavior and thinking and engaging in some changes in your lifestyle can be helpful for you. It can be exercising daily, setting up a sleep routine, eating a balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables, practicing mindfulness, and doing activities that reduce stress, such as journaling, reading, or listening to music."While medical treatment may not be needed, mild depression won’t necessarily go away on its own. In fact, when left alone, mild depression can progress to more severe forms." - Healthline----If you already thought of harming yourself or others, THERE IS HELP. It is best that you seek the help of a doctor or a mental health professional. You can also reach out to the following crisis lines:National Center for Mental Health: 0917 899 8727 (USAP) | (02) 8989 8727 (USAP)In-Touch: 0917 988 1123 | 0922 893 8944 | (02) 8893 7603Do you need more support?