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  • Hey, Psyche2Goer, we hope you're doing well, and finding time for self-care.

    哈囉,Psyche2Go 的觀眾們,希望你們都過得很好,並都能找到時間好好關愛自己。

  • Now let's begin.

    我們開始吧。

  • Do you go through life and feel a lingering sadness that never seems to improve?

    你是不是在生活中總有種揮之不去的憂愁感,而且似乎永遠都無法改善?

  • You're not alone.

    你不是孤單的。

  • Depression is a complicated condition, and effects you in different ways than you may think.

    憂鬱症是種複雜的情況,並可能會以與你想像中不同的方式影響到你。

  • So with that said, here are six signs that you are subconsciously depressed.

    以下就是你可能在潛意識中有憂鬱症狀的六種跡象。

  • Please note, the information in this video is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

    請注意,本影片中所提到的資訊並非意圖或暗示取代專業的醫療諮詢、診斷或治療。

  • All content contained in this video is for general information purposes only, and does not replace a consultation with your own doctor or mental health professional.

    本影片中所包含的所有內容僅供科普知識所用,並無法取代與醫師或心理健康專家的實際諮商。

  • Let's begin.

    我們就開始吧。

  • Number one, you always feel tired.

    第一點,你總是覺得疲憊不堪。

  • When you wake up, are you finding yourself feeling drained?

    每當你起床時,是否覺得自己好像被抽乾了一樣?

  • Does this feeling seem to last, no matter how much sleep you get?

    不論你睡了多久,這樣的感覺是否都依然存在?

  • Depression comes with a number of physical effects that are often passed off as something else.

    憂鬱症包含著數種可能被誤判為其他狀況的生理症狀。

  • Constant exhaustion is a common physical side effect.

    經常性疲勞便是一種常見的生理性副作用。

  • Even if you sleep a good number of hours each night, you can never seem to catch enough rest.

    就算每晚都進行了充足的睡眠,你卻永遠感覺休息得不夠。

  • This makes it hard to function during the day.

    這會讓你在白天時精神不濟,難以工作。

  • Number two, you're easily irritated and angered.

    第二點,你變得焦躁易怒。

  • Does it seem like everyone gets on your nerves?

    你是否感覺周遭每個人都在惹你生氣?

  • Even if these people are well-meaning, you can't help but wish they'd go away.

    就算這些人其實本意良善,你仍止不住地只想要他們趕快滾遠一點。

  • It's not uncommon for depressed people to foster negative thoughts and feelings about the people around them.

    有憂鬱症的人會容易對周遭的人們懷抱負面思考與想法並不是甚麼罕見的事。

  • While we all have those days where we prefer to keep away from others, if you're noticing that you're pushing people away more than normal, or if a friend is withdrawing from others, it can be a sign of something more.

    雖然我們偶爾都會有幾天想和其他人保持距離,但如果你發現你比平常更想遠離他人,或是有朋友不再與他人交流,這可能是背後有更深隱憂的警訊。

  • Number three, you have a hard time with emotions.

    第三點,你很難掌控自己的情緒。

  • How do you feel right now?

    你現在感覺如何?

  • Are you able to describe which emotions you're experiencing?

    你能夠描述現在自己心裡的情緒嗎?

  • Do you often have periods of time where you can't?

    你是否有些時候會沒辦法感受到自己的情緒?

  • Psychiatrist Peter Sifneos coined the term alexithymia as being unable to describe how you feel.

    精神病學專家 Peter Sifneo 創造了一個叫做「述情障礙」的術語,表示無法描述自身感受的狀況。

  • For example, while you may notice that your heart is racing, a normal person would be able to tell if they're excited or nervous easily.

    舉例來說,當查覺到自己的心臟正猛烈跳動時,一個正常的人能夠輕易地辨別他們是在感到興奮或是緊張。

  • On the other hand, a person with alexithymia, wouldn't be able to distinguish if it was fear or excitement causing it.

    另一方面,具有述情障礙的人則沒有辦法辨別是恐懼或是興奮導致了心跳加速。

  • Not knowing your emotions makes it extremely difficult to know where to begin in tackling them.

    無法察覺自己的情緒會使得我們極為難以了解該從何下手來解決這些情緒問題。

  • Number four, you don't eat, or you eat too much.

    第四點,你不想吃飯,或吃得太多。

  • Have you developed different eating habits?

    你是不是培養出了不同的飲食習慣?

  • Do you find yourself forgetting to eat, or are you unable to stop eating?

    你有沒有發現自己忘記吃飯,或是一吃就停不下來?

  • You may develop chaotic eating habits as a way to cope with how you're feeling.

    你或許正利用了混亂的飲食習慣,來處理自己的感受。

  • Overeating may be your only source of pleasure, causing you to lose sight of your physical health.

    暴飲暴食可能是你唯一的快樂來源,並讓你對自身的生理健康視若無睹。

  • On the other hand, you may lose interest in food, and end up missing meals.

    另一方面,你可能對食物失去了興趣,並少吃了好幾餐。

  • Different stressors in your life can throw off your sense of balance, which can also affect your eating habits.

    生活中不同的壓力來源會讓你失去平衡感,而這也會影響到你的飲食習慣。

  • Number five, others don't think you look like a depressed person.

    第五點,周遭他人不覺得你看起來像是有憂鬱症。

  • Has anyone ever told you that you don't seem depressed?

    有沒有人跟你說過你看起來不像是得了憂鬱症?

  • You or they may be accustomed to the media's portrayal of what a depressed person looks like.

    你或是他們可能都被媒體雕塑出來的憂鬱症患者形象給制約了。

  • Someone who never leaves their room, doesn't dress well, and always has a miserable look.

    有些人會足不出戶、不再精心打扮,而且總是看起來憔悴不堪。

  • While those are clear signs of the condition, depression doesn't always appear that way.

    雖然這些確實是憂鬱症狀況的明顯跡象,但憂鬱症並不會總是以這樣的方式呈現。

  • According to Psychotherapist Jodi Aman, depression affects all personalities, and can look very different from person to person.

    根據心理治療師 Jodi Aman 的說法,憂鬱症對所有個性的人都會有所影響,而且呈現出來的樣貌在每個人身上都會有極大的不同。

  • People with depression can suffer in silence too.

    深陷憂鬱症的人們也可能在默默地承受著痛苦。

  • These are people that can perform tasks towards their goals, and do their day to day tasks, but still have lost their spark.

    這些人雖然能夠朝著目標逐步完成該做的事情,完成每天的例行公事,但他們的內心深處早已失去了生命的火花。

  • Then number six, you find it hard to put a smile on your face, but you still do.

    第六點,雖然你發現自己很難自然地笑出來,但仍然逼自己微笑。

  • Do you try to mask yourself as a happy person, even if you don't feel that way deep inside?

    你是否試著將自己假扮成一個開心的人,儘管你內心深處並不覺得有什麼好開心的?

  • Many people who experience depression conceal it behind a smile.

    許多經歷憂鬱症狀的人會將它隱藏在笑容底下。

  • Depression can be quiet on the outside, but extremely painful inside for some, while others display their symptoms more outwardly.

    有些人在遭遇憂鬱症狀時可能在表面上風平浪靜,在內心卻感受極為痛苦,而其他人則更外放地展現出症狀。

  • Having an honest conversation with a mental health professional or someone you trust should be a top priority.

    與一位心理健康專家或是你信任的人來一場真誠的談話是最優先該做的事情。

  • Even if you worry about burdening others, appearing weak, or feeling vulnerable, confronting and processing your emotions with others is a great first step to recovery.

    就算你不願對他人帶來負擔、示弱或感到脆弱無助,與他人一同正面面對並處理自身的情緒是邁向康復的第一步。

  • It's difficult to deal with depression alone.

    獨自一人面對憂鬱症是很困難的。

  • You may be struggling now, but there's a world out there of people cheering you on.

    你可能覺得自己正在痛苦中掙扎,但外頭其實有無數的人正在為你加油打氣。

  • Confide with someone you trust, and talk to a trusted professional to get the help you need.

    向你信任的人好好傾訴,並與一位值得信賴的專業人士好好談談已獲得你所需要的幫助。

  • Be sure to like this video, and share it with anyone you feel will benefit from it.

    記得為這個影片按讚,並將它分享給任何你認為會因此受益的人。

  • Make sure to subscribe to Psych2Go, and turn notifications on to keep up with our uploads.

    記得要訂閱 Psych2Go 頻道,並打開通知以隨時追蹤我們新上傳的影片。

  • Thank you so much for watching, and stay tuned for the next video, take care.

    非常感謝你的收看,記得下個影片也要收看喔,保重了。

Hey, Psyche2Goer, we hope you're doing well, and finding time for self-care.

哈囉,Psyche2Go 的觀眾們,希望你們都過得很好,並都能找到時間好好關愛自己。

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