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Here Are Some Scientific Reasons Your Depression Tends to Get Way Worse at Night

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Picture it:  You had a good day. You went out and did things with people you love. You ate great food. You were able to look around at the blue sky and green grass with gratitude in your spirit all while staying present in the moment.

It wasn’t a good day. It was actually a great day. Then the sky gets dark, and the warm feeling from the day you just had slowly disappears.

Where you were feeling loved, now you just feel alone. Four walls close in around you and you’re stuck with every negative thought your brain can conjure up until you go to bed only for it it to routinely happen again the next night, and the one after that like clock work.

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