Maybe there is no person, who didn't feel depressed at some point of the life.

Depression affects not only your mood, but also your physical performance, concentration and memory.

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This mood issue affects people in different ways. While some of us find it difficult to focus on job or home tasks, others can stay socially active and able-bodied in daily time but feel extremely bad at night.

It's not uncommon that people feel more hopeless, anxious and upset at night, when their mind isn't distracted by daytime activities. Night is a time, when you stay alone with your thoughts.

Negative thoughts may trigger or aggravate insomnia, making you feel exhausted and drowsy during the day.

Several studies found that bright lights from TV and computer can disrupt circadian rhythms, cause fluctuation of the hormones and increase symptoms of depression.

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The good news is that there is wide variety of methods to cope with night depression.

First of all, you should stick to your treatment plan and do everything that your doctor says.

In addition to this, try these helpful tips:

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#1. Create comfortable routine – keep your bedroom dark, quiet and cool enough. Blackout curtains, earplugs and electric fans can help you improve your sleep environment.

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#2. Avoid drinking alcohol and caffeinated beverages before sleep – it seems like alcohol helps fight off negative thoughts and fall asleep. But in reality, people often feel more depressed and agitated after drinking late in the evening. Caffeine is a well-known energy booster. Therefore, it can also affect your sleep and stimulate your brain activity.

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#3. Stay off watching TV - bright screens may disrupt your circadian rhythm, you know. So, it's better to limit exposure to artificial light two hours before sleep time.

#4. Unwind before going to bed – don't exercise vigorously late in the evening. Physical activity can trigger release of cortisol and adrenaline in your body, reducing your ability to fall asleep quickly. Resting before bedtime can help your organism to calm down and get ready for sleep.

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#5. Use bedroom for sleep and sex only – your sleeping space should be free from your work and stresses. Your bedroom is the only place, where you can relax and have a good rest.

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#6. Practice relaxation techniques – yoga, meditation, deep breathing and progressive muscle relaxation are perfect options for relieving stress before going to bed. Some people feel much better, when they paint or cook. Maybe you have your own way to calm down, haven't you?

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The BetterMe Team wants you and those close to you to live a healthy, happy life! Your health is a valuable thing; look after your body and your mind so that you can live your life to the fullest – Remember you only get one!

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