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Rabu, 08 April 2009

Natural Treatments for Depression

Natural Depression Treatment

This original article was written by Mike Neilson

Instead of taking the chemical anti-depressant route, you can cure depression by understanding the real cause of depression, by understanding the role of your diet in depression and by making the changes necessary to change your biochemistry.

Understanding the Causes of Depression

Chemical imbalances that cause depression are very often linked to food and diet. Very few people are “born with depression” or “born with chemical imbalances” as urban myths suggest. Unfortunately eating according to the Recommended Daily Allowance alone isn’t enough to prevent depression issues. High Sugar Foods – The Mood Killer

One of the worst things you can do for your mental healthiness is to eat high sugar foods. High sugar foods cause extreme crashes in both mood and energy.

Eating high sugar foods regularly can cause a wide range of mood and emotional issues. High sugar foods include – Bread or Pasta from White Flour, Condiments such as Ketchup, Table Sugar, Corn Syrup or anything containing High Fructose Corn Syrup, Chocolate, Sweets, Most packaged cereal, etc.

A Fast Depression Treatment

One great way to cure depression is to get tested and find out exactly what chemical imbalances are causing your depression.

Natural Treatments for Depression

This original article was written by Ben Branklin

The following foods should be avoided to prevent a nutritional or chemical imbalance that could cause or contribute to depression: fast foods, simple carbohydrates (this is particularly important for people with low blood sugar), alcohol, artificial sweeteners, white flour products and caffeine.

Exercise increases your energy level and produce feelings of revitalization and accomplishment. B-complex vitamins, niacin and magnesium are important in preventing and overcoming depression.

Interaction with others may help to overcome depression. Some herbs have effects similar to those of antidepressant drugs, without drug side effects. People have also had success with valerian, skullcap, hops, passionflower, Chinese schizandra berry wild oats and calamus root.

Light therapy can aid in the mild depression associated with the winter season.

The homeopathic remedies aurum metallicum, ignatia, natrum muriaticum, sepia and pulsatillare are used for cases of acute temporary depression.

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