How to Overcome the Symptoms of Depression

By | March 24, 2019

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If you suffer from depression you are not alone, and there is hope. There are many natural treatments for the symptoms of depression. This short article is written for you, as well as for physicians and mental health professionals who sincerely want to help their patients and clients to truly heal from depression in ways that transcend simply prescribing or taking anti-depressant medication.

I have personally experienced a deep, seemingly never-ending depression — fatigue daily sadness, misery, and hopelessness. In the winter of 1984/’85, I experienced no pleasure and doubted that I ever would again. My depression was precipitated by a crisis in my business and by a betrayal by someone I cared for deeply. This, combined with a pre-disposition towards hypoglycemia and a history of extreme attention deficit, kept me rolled up in bed much of the time. Though I was able to take care of my fundamental needs,

I did so as if trapped in a dark tunnel. This book is not specifically born out of that experience. Yet the opportunity to write this book brought forward in my mind my experience with depression — an experience I had almost forgotten about.

I have learned that depression symptoms are not a selective. This awful disease can affect an individual of any race, religion, nation, economic class, and political persuasion. Composer Cole Porter fell into a deep depression in the late 1940s that plagued him to his death in 1964. Winston Churchill suffered through most of his life in a struggle with depression that he came to call “the black dog.” Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, began suffering from a type of depression he called “the melancholy of things done.” The great writer and storyteller Mark Twain suffered from a period of great depression towards the end of his life; Abraham Lincoln, considered by many to be the greatest of all American presidents, suffered from what was then called melancholy throughout his life; and poet Emily Dickinson wrote a poem about an emotional breakdown she experienced, saying, “I felt a funeral in my brain.”

Depression often seems to have a life of its own. Like some creature from one of those “Alien” movies, it grows inside of you and begins to consume you. Friends and family want to help, offer support, but what they say just doesn’t get in. When you are depressed, you feel completely isolated. Depressed individuals sincerely want help and yet they often seem paralyzed in acting on that desire. People with the best of intentions will tell you to “get on with your life,” “snap out of it,” “think positive,” and “exercise!” It isn’t as easy as that. Depression, and the treatment of its symptoms, is both basic and highly complex at the same time.

Depression has become one of the major health problems in recent years. With the advent of technology, such as the internet, email, faxes and wireless devices, we are being forced to work harder than ever before, to be on call longer, while at the same time, to take less vacation and personal time. Catastrophic world events have only exacerbated this, spurning a record number of new cases of depression. In 2001, the National Book Award Winner in the category of Non Fiction — and a major bestseller — was a book about depression.

As you address your depression symptoms remember that there is no one magic answer. By being tested for blood sugar, glandular imbalances, nutritional deficiencies or some other factor you will in time heal and transcend this awful condition.

Source by Lewis Harrison

There’s nо denуing thаt we’re аll slоwly going back to nаture. And I mеаn that litеrally. People nowadays are starting to live sіmpler and heаlthier by gоing baсk to the baѕicѕ. How baѕic? Well, a lot of pеoplе turning tо herbs аѕ аn аlternаtіve wау of healing. Herbal mеdiсinе haѕ been around for сenturies. According to Steven Chasens, аn hеrbalist, “Herbаl medicine haѕ bееn usеd as kitchеn medicine for thouѕandѕ оf yeаrs, and whіle оur bodу’s resрonse to thеsе natural trеatmеntѕ hаѕ nоt chаnged, we nоw hаvе morе global chоices thаn еvеr.” Pleaѕe keep in mind, however, thаt not all herbal suррlements аrе appropriate for аll people, sо сhесk wіth уour doctor to ѕee if you’re іn the clеar. Bе sure tо сonsult your personal phуsician before mаking major changes to your dіеt. Always praсtiсe precautіonary measures before usіng аny of thеѕе herbs. Consult wіth a medical professional for thе best waу of using thеm. Thіѕ warning iѕ is especіally fоr pregnant wоmеn, breastfeedіng mothers, people tаking blооd thinnеrs, peоple with high blood prеssurе, etc.

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