Home > Medical > Depression > Living-with depression Living-with depression All sections in Depression » About Depression » Antidepressants » Anxiety Disorders » Care » Depression in... » ECT » FAQs » Health Tips » Living with Depression » Medico-legal Aspects » Depression News » Post-natal Depression » Psychotherapy » Real-life Story » Suicide » Support Groups Depression and sleep Tired of tossing and turning at night, watching the hours tick by? Don’t despair, a good night’s sleep might be possible after all. Depression and sex It is common for depressed people to suffer a loss of libido. Why does this happen and what can you do? Diet and depression There are many exogenous and endogenous factors that can cause depression. Diet and depression tend to be reciprocally linked to each other, writes Dr Ingrid van Heerden. Talk Man Talk forum » Quiz Could you be bipolar? » Ask CyberShrink » Quiz Are you depressed? » Climate change hit list 10 salty food culprits Your sex life and depression Depression can have a negative effect on libido. Learn more about it and what you can do to make it better. Self-help Self-help is not a treatment for a depressive illness on its own, but it can contribute towards accelerating recovery and it can help to maintain the benefits of treatment. Depression's effect on pleasure is real Loss of interest in previously enjoyable activities is a common sign of depression - and it's a neurological response that researchers can actually see in the brain. Ways to beat winter depression Many people find winter, with its cold weather and long, dark nights, depressing. Research has indicated that diet can play an important role in thwarting the winter blues. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.