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Justin Bieber tells about his battle with depression: 5 ways to deal with depression

Other Diseases By Varsha Vats , Onlymyhealth editorial team / Mar 11, 2019
Justin Bieber tells about his battle with depression: 5 ways to deal with depression

Justin Bieber opened about his battle with depression. He expressed his feeling on social media. Here are some ways to deal with depression.

The global sensation Justin Bieber recently shared his story on social media and opened about his tough fight against depression. Most of you enjoy his music to keep you daily blues at bay but the Canadian singer suffered from depression himself. The singer wrote an emotional post on social media to express his struggles through words to his fans. He also said that he has been struggling a lot and felt disconnected and weird. 

"Just wanted to keep you guys updated a little bit hopefully what I'm going through will resonate with you guys. Been struggling a lot. Just feeling super disconnected and weird...I always bounce back so I'm not worried just wanted to reach out and ask for your guys to pray for me. God is faithful and your prayers really work thanks... the most human season I've ever been in facing my stuff head on," he wrote.

Depression is a mental condition which has now become very common especially among youngsters. Every person can experience depression differently. It can affect both your mental as well as physical health. People suffering from depression often find it difficult to deal with the situation. They find it hard to express their feelings to others. 

Also read: Signs and Symptoms of Depression

Ways to deal with depression

Simple practice and minor changes in behaviour can help you fight depression easily. Here are some ways to deal with depression.


Medications can help you deal with depression. If you experience some symptoms of depression then you must consult a doctor. Your doctor will suggest a few medications which can help you fight depression with other preventive measures effectively.


Physical exercise will not just keep you fit but will also improve your mental health. Minimum exercise of 30 minutes per day will maintain your both mental and physical health. It will enhance the production of hormones which will stimulate your mood.

Be positive

Depression can make everything sad and hopeless for you. It increases the emergence of negative thoughts. You might feel the inability to complete any task and feel a lack of motivation. But in order to treat depression, you must start taking control over your negative thoughts. You should think more of the positive things or your past achievement which can make you feel motivated again.

Set small goals

Small goals can give a lot of satisfaction. Divide your task into small sections which will help you realise the importance of each small achievement. It will also help you analyse each situation and will also give you a clear picture.

Also read: Practical Ways to Overcome Depression

Be social and friendly

Depression often forces you to be limited and you end up disconnecting from your friends and family. Isolating yourself will not help. You should mix with family and friends. It will give a positive effect and prevent depression. Depression grows when you are lonely so try to socialise as much as possible.

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