6 Signs You're Depressed, Not Lazy

Have you lost your sense of direction in life and didn’t know what else to do? Do you always feel "lazy", unmotivated, and uninspired? Because we live in such a cutthroat and hypercompetitive society so obsessed with the pursuit of wealth and success, we're likely to suffer from chronic stress. When we constantly overworking ourselves, we're bound to experience some adverse effects on our mental and emotional well-being. But what if your laziness is about more than just emotional burnout? What if it’s already become something much more serious? Watch this to find out. As a quick disclaimer, we wanted to remind our viewers that the depression signs discussed in this video should not be used to diagnose anyone with depression. If you or someone you know is struggling with depression, please reach out to a mental health professional who can help. Writer: Chloe Avenasa Script Manager: Kelly Soong VO: Amanda Silvera Animator: Lesly YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong Reference: http://bit.ly/3dnCYAr Transcript: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/Psych2Go

LicenseCreative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike

More videos by this producer

5 Reasons Why Valentine's Day Is Bad For You

Happy Valentine's Day here's to the day of love! Valentine's day can be good but also lot's of pressure on relationships as well. The thought of not getting gifts that are expensive or meaningful enough overpower the true essence of a relationship. It's a day of reminding your partner of how much y

5 Toxic Habits To Avoid In Life

Did you know it takes about 21 days to form a habit? Wow! Imagine how many habits you might have picked up on over the years. In today’s video, let’s find out more about habits that might be toxic. Disclaimer: This video is not a substitute for professional advice, but general guidance. If you ca

7 Signs You're An Ambivert, NOT An Introvert

Have you ever felt that “introvert” or “extrovert” doesn’t fully describe you? Do you feel that your introversion fluctuates often, depending on the people around you or the time you interacted with people? If you don’t stand out on one side of the spectrum, you’re probably an ambivert. Here are a f