Physical Remedies for Depression

A problem of your own creation

Depression first off is something you have created in your own mind and if you feel that some one or some others are responsible for your state of mind, then you must know that you are a slave to that person or others.

The real freedom comes from truly knowing and taking responsibility for yourself, something that’s easier said than done so much so that a guru is often needed to help you sort reality from fantasy.

But here we discuss physical things you can do to relieve depression. Just like our mind can affect our body, our body can affect our mind. Often times, anxiety and tension will build

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Lies; The New Truth

An inversion of values

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In as much as very few people know the absolute truth of existence, humanity has always had a sense of what is true, what is untrue and the need for truth in a relative way. Our entire legal framework is established on the precept that there is some truth as to what happened in a particular situation and that truth must be revealed to establish innocence or guilt.

For the ordinary people, truth was that we must eat to live, we must reproduce to sustain the population and we must perform certain activities and behave in certain ways to maintain social harmony. Beyond this, any other idea such as the

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Affecting all aspects of life

There are many definitions of stress and everyone has a different capacity to respond to or deal with stress, so what is stress?

Stress is simply a system overload and we recognise two principal forms of stress that affects our health as; physical stress and mental stress.

Physical Stress Is when if you lift an object that is too heavy, or are involved in an accident, the weight or force of an object or impact will apply too much stress and overload the capacity of the body which my result in an injury. Physical stress injuries can occur during our day to day life from simple things like lifting a child, lifting at home or

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A Holistic View

Depression is very common, in the late 1990s it was thought that the about 10% of the general population was affected and 18-21% of teens under 20 affected. Depression is becoming more widespread and widely recognised with prescriptions and sales of antidepressant medications skyrocketing despite the side effects.

A great many cases of what may be described as depression could well be resolved with a heart to heart conversation, but with society being increasingly divided, this happens less often. The medical profession in league with the pharmaceutical giants has divided anxiety into many forms of depression to be treated with drugs like Prozac which blocks the removal of serotonin from the brain. This

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An inability to cope with life

Anxiety is a fear and all fears can be overcome.

Anxiety attacks can range from mild to debilitating and demonstrate themselves in numerous symptoms. For the most part, an anxiety or panic attack brings on an intense feeling of anxiety of worry that causes feelings of fear, physical illness, and discomfort. In some cases there is an event that triggers such an attack, but it is also possible that the trigger is unknown. The episodes can be random and come on instantly.

During the attack the body produces extra hormones to prepare the body for its “fight or flight” action, which is what causes the symptoms to become more profound. A person who

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What mainstream medicine has to say

In any given 1-year period, 9.5 percent of the population, or about 18.8 million American adults, suffer from a depressive illness 5. The economic cost for this disorder is high, but the cost in human suffering cannot be estimated.

Depressive illnesses often interfere with normal functioning causing pain and suffering not only to those who have a disorder, but also to those who care about them. Serious depression can destroy family life as well as the life of the ill person. But much of this suffering is unnecessary.

Most people with a depressive illness do not seek treatment, although the great majority—even those whose depression is extremely severe—can be helped. Thanks to years of

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