Is there a way to help deppression without gp?

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Im deppressrd tbh and its getting to the point im not eating really much which ive heard is a sign that u have deppression is there anything i can do to make it better.i really dont feel like calling up a gp so is there anything else i can do
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You can try and help yourself by trying to eat healthily, doing exercise, trying to stick to a timetable and getting enough sleep. But if you are at the stage of not eating, you should probably consider speaking to your GP at this point.
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Im deppressrd tbh and its getting to the point im not eating really much which ive heard is a sign that u have deppression is there anything i can do to make it better.i really dont feel like calling up a gp so is there anything else i can do
go to a teen / youth place or mh centre or samaritnas
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Samaritans is a listening service and callers should not be given the expectation that their emotional support can fix mental health issues.
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Im deppressrd tbh and its getting to the point im not eating really much which ive heard is a sign that u have deppression is there anything i can do to make it better.i really dont feel like calling up a gp so is there anything else i can do
GP is the first point of contact for all health issues.
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