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Natural Treatment for Depression

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  • Posted By: drrahulm
  • May 28, 2012
  • 04:29 AM

Hello,My name is Dr.Malawade and I am practcing as a Ayurvedic Consultant since last 10-12 yrs and came accross many Depression cases.
First of all we will learn what is Depression…..
A depressive disorder is a syndrome (group of symptoms) that reflects a sad, blue mood exceeding normal sadness or grief. Depressive disorders are characterized not only by negative thoughts, moods, and behaviors but also by specific changes in bodily functions (for example, eating, sleeping, and sexual activity).
Ancient medicinal systems like Ayurveda and Homeopathy on the other hand, believe in harmonizing subtler manifestations on a mental plane, which in turn leads to chemical balance.
The resonance homeopathic remedies and advanced biotechnology Depression therapies like DP balance, T19 Serotonin Dopamine Liquescence, T3 B Complex Liquescence, C110 MN Formula etc are traditionally believed to an essential blend of sarcodes to create balance at your neurotransmitter-level.
Also the best herbal combinations like Tab Sumenta which is traditionally believed to be a herbal combination of anxiolytics, anti-stress and adaptogenic ingredients.

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  • some natural remedies used to treat depression have shown they may be just as good as traditional antidepressant therapies, or at least a good compliment to traditional treatment.
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  • Is it okay to take the so called anti depressant pills? Some say, meditation is best to treat depression. As for me, when I am depressed, I would only eat some sweets and play some computer games.male health
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  • I found meditation very helpful in depression , I would like to suggest everyone not to take those anti depression pills. Rather try out some meditation it helps to bring mental peace.
    Ammy Wats 53 Replies
    • August 27, 2012
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  • There are some simple guidelines to help you reduce and cope with stress in your lifeSort out relationship problemsStress in relationships – whether this can be with a partner, friends, your teachers, your parents or other important people in your life – is really a major reason behind depression. You might want to speak with a counsellor or somebody that can help you to work things out.Take time outDon’t spend a lot of time worrying about stuff that are stressing you out. Take some time to do something distracting or something like that you enjoy, for example going out with friends, visiting the gym or perhaps a yoga class, playing music, playing sport or watching a film.Keep things balancedTry to ensure that you have a balance within your day between work and doing the stuff you enjoy. This might mean learning how to say ‘no’ often so that you don’t handle new things stuff that will put in more to-do list, or perhaps your stress levels.Get organisedOrganise your time and effort so your homework and assignments aren't left towards the last minute and prevent studying until shortly before bedtime.ExercisePhysical activity like swimming, walking, yoga, cycling, dancing or {going to the|visiting the|exploring|coming to the} gym will help reduce the tension within your muscles and mind. Try to do a little exercise daily, regardless if it’s just walking around the block.Relaxation exercisesExercises that slow your breathing and relax your muscles will help with stress. Slow breathing (three seconds in, three seconds out) for 5 minutes can be a useful short-term coping strategy for when you’re feeling stressed. Relaxing your muscles might help with pains and aches, fatigue, headaches and difficulty breathing. Try sitting in a comfortable and quiet room, then tense each group of muscles for ten seconds and relax them for 10 seconds. _________________________http://www.discountmedicalsupplies.com/store/massage.html
    DMS_Sherry 2 Replies
    • September 17, 2012
    • 02:49 PM
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  • St John's wort also known as hypericum is an effective natural treatment for depressionModern medical research has shown very clearly that Hypericum is as effective as prescription antidepressants such as fluoxetine (Prozac) for treating mild to moderate depression. However, unlike antidepressants prescribed by doctors, the side-effects from Hypericum are few and mild. In addition Hypericum is available without a prescription, making it a widely available and accessible herbal medicine.To read more check out:http://www.enetmd.com/content/treat-anxiety-and-depression-hypericum-st-johns-wort
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  • Meditation and Yoga are the best natural treatment for depression.Meditation and Yoga are the best natural treatment for depression.
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  • In my humble, non-expert opinion, the best natural treament for depression is therapy. When you speak with a therapist you get all of your issues out there in the open and you discuss them. This truly is a relief and helps life the weight of the world off of your shoulders. If you are suffering from depression, definitely give therapy a try, it's helped many people.
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  • well, i know tittle about natural treatment for depression. but meditation is a good way i think. what's more, i also hold the view that people with depression also need to take herbal medicine.
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  • Foods That Are Perfect AntidepressantsDepression and stress are accounting for many more lives and health of the people globally than ever before. People today lack patience and want to achieve everything in a flash and when that does not happen, it leads them to continued stress and gradually a state of depression comes to haunt them, paralyzing their normal life activities.WaterSpinachOrangesRed PeppersWheat Bread:D
    ellyse 1 Replies
    • August 16, 2013
    • 10:25 AM
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