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Category: Depression

10 Tips For Combatting Depression

On : 26 February, 2016

In : Allergy , Depression , Inflammation


  Several studies have shown that people who ate poor quality foods were more likely to be depressed and that people who ate a diet rich in fruits, vegetables and fish were less likely to be depressed. Good nutrition plays a key role in keeping us emotionally healthy!      Read more

5 Reasons To Detox Your Body

You Wake Up Feeling Like Crap – fatigue, moody, depressed, lack of enthusiasm You Have Digestive Problems – gas, bloating, heartburn, constipation or diarrhea You Have Brain Fog or Headaches You Can’t Lose Weight – eating sugar can trigger addiction and spike your insulin which makes you store belly fatRead more

Headaches? Tired? Muscle Cramps?

Did you know that because magnesium is so essential to body energy production, symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, cramps, muscle spasms and muscle pain can result from a deficiency. Other symptoms of magnesium deficiency include constipation, kidney stones, high blood pressure, depression, anxiety and heart disease. Most Americans are deficientRead more

Insomnia Can Lead to Depression

On : 22 February, 2015

In : Depression , Insomnia


Insomnia Can Lead to Depression

Insomnia is very common among depressed patients. Evidence suggests that people with insomnia have a ten-fold risk of developing depression compared with those who sleep well. The “normal” amount of sleep for any individual is age dependent and determined by the amount required to maintain physiological homeostasis and daytime alertness.Read more

Depression – Allergic Reaction To Inflammation!

On : 15 January, 2015

In : Depression , Inflammation


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New research is revealing that many cases of depression are caused by an allergic reaction to inflammation. Tim de Chant of NOVA writes: “Inflammation is our immune system’s natural response to injuries, infections, or foreign compounds. When triggered, the body pumps various cells and proteins to the site through theRead more

Depression & Fatigue May Fuel Each Other

On : 08 March, 2013

In : Depression , Fatigue


Depression, Fatigue May Fuel Each Other Having One May Dramatically Increase the Risk of Developing the Other WebMD Health NewsJune 18, 2004 – Depression and fatigue may feed off each other in a vicious cycle that makes it hard to determine where one begins and the other ends, according toRead more

Post Partum Depression Related to Low Levels of Progesterone

On : 21 February, 2013

In : Depression , Post Partum Depression , Pregnancy


Maternity blues and major endocrine changes: Cardiff puerperal mood and hormone study II. B. Harris, L. Lovett, R. G. Newcombe, G. F. Read, R. Walker, and D. Riad-Fahmy Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff. BMJ. 1994 April 9: 308(6934):949-953 Abstract OBJECTIVES–To define relation between moodRead more

5-HTP Alleviates Depression

On : 21 February, 2013

In : Depression , Post Partum Depression


Dr. W. Poldinger of the Psychiatrische Universitatsklinik in Basel, Switzerland (A functional-dimensional approach to depression: serotonin deficiency as a target syndrome in a comparison of 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) and fluvoxamine. Psychopathology. 1991,24:53-81) in a double blind, multi-center controlled study using patients diagnosed with depression found that after week 6, both theRead more

Hidden Allergies May Be Cause of Fatigue & Depression

On : 01 December, 2012

In : Allergy , Depression , Fatigue


By Rick Ansorge, Eric Metcalf and the editors of Prevention Health Books People with allergies know that their sniffling and sneezing is allergen-induced, but allergies don’t always present themselves with such typical symptoms. Sometimes allergic reactions can cause fatigue, headaches — or even depression. Chronic fatigue syndrome If you’ve beenRead more

Fat Cell Hormone Linked to Depression/Anxiety

On : 30 October, 2012

In : Depression


Hormone in Fat Cells Linked to Depression/Anxiety For the first time an investigation has been able to link human levels of leptin, a hormone produced by fat cells, with symptoms of anxiety and depression independent of weight . The study, led by Dr Elizabeth Lawson from Harvard Medical School andRead more


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