Depression and Proven Natural Medicine
Depression may have been with you for a while or it may have just started. Whatever the case, you are probably having some or all of these symptoms:
• Loss of interest in every day activities
• Loss of sex drive
• Weight loss or weight gain
• Inability to work or study
• Feel sad most of the time
• Feel worthless and hopeless
• Tired and irritable
• Thoughts of suicide run through your mind
If these symptoms are relatively new e.g 1 week, then my first piece of professional advice is to not listen to those that tell you to GET OVER IT.
Depression is a disease and can be treated. There are clinically proven natural medicines for depression.
Adult and adolescent depression is experienced in 25% of the population at one time or another. If these symptoms continue for more than two weeks, you need to see your health practitioner as these symptoms can imitate a viral infection or thyroid disorder.
What Causes Depression?
Depression can be caused by differing factors and it is so very important to talk to you health professional about these causes.
• Imbalance of biochemical neurotransmitters in the brain, namely dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine.
• Result of a trauma, loss or sad experience and the symptoms continue.
For more detailed information on the causes of depression, click here.
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How Can I Treat My Depression?
It is most commonly treated by prescribing anti-depressants but more and more people are turning to proven natural medicines for depression because of the minimisation of side-effects.
Along with drugs and natural medicines, it can be treated with counselling and behavourial therapy. Your health practitioner will help you decide which treatment is best for you after ruling out any other causative factors.
Initially it is up to you, (even though you may not want to) to get to your doctor or naturopath or counsellor, and get some help. If it has been more than two weeks since the symptoms started, then you will need help with either prescription medicine, natural medicine or counselling.
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