Best Natural Treatment for Depression
Have you been diagnosed with depression? Do you feel like your life has been hijacked and in its place is consistent sadness, lack of interest and lethargy? Does what used to give you pleasure, doesn’t anymore?
Are you feeling very emotional, tearful and don’t know why? Or, have you been on medication for depression and it has stopped working? (There’s a reason for that. Watch the video above!).
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How to Treat Depression Successfully
You don’t need a blood test to prove you have depression, of course but it is important to understand the results of blood tests (that have been run on people with depression and major mental disorders), in order to treat it at source. (Explained in more detail under Depression and Anxiety in the videos section).
The bottom line is: there is a link between depression and chronic inflammation; a bidirectional relationship, in fact.
The other important information to note with depression is the cause. It can include complex interactions between social, biological, environmental and psychological factors (and often the side effects of medication and other conditions).
One major cause is genetics. If there is depression in your family, and you have so many factors contributing to chronic inflammation and neuroinflammation in your body, depression is switched on.
Chronic inflammation triggers epigenetics. Chronic inflammation triggers depression and depression triggers chronic inflammation.
Also, a healthy microbiome, particularly the gut microbiata, for people suffering from depression and anxiety is important. Studies show that dysbiosis (imbalance) and inflammation in the central nervous system is linked to causes of mental illness.
There is a bidirectional link between the gut and the microbiome and the brain.