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Can You Overcome Depression?By: Sandy Baker There are many things that happen within the body when depression occurs. It is not only a feeling, but a disease that is often caused by an imbalance of chemicals within the brain. Is it avoidable? Is there a way to cure depression? It …

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Symptoms of Depression

Symptoms of DepressionNot everyone who is depressed, experiences every symptom. Although it is often termed as ‘MENTAL ILLNESS’, clinical depression often has as many physical symptoms as mental. If these have been experienced for more than two weeks it is essential to seek help. Some common symptom and sign of …

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Herbal Remedy for curing Depression

Herbal Remedy for curing Depression – Herbs for depressionFor some people herbal remedies are useful in relieving the symptoms of depression. Many depression sufferers are able to significantly reduce or eliminate their depression symptoms through herbal and more cost effective means. Herbal and natural remedies offer more options for physiological …

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What are the Causes of Depression

What are the Causes of Depression – factors play a role in depression ?Like any disease, there is not a single cause for a depression. Depression is a combination of biological, genetic and psychological factors. At the biological level , depression results from abnormal levels of certain neurotransmitters in the …

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Natural Treatment for Depression

Natural Treatment for Depression Antidepressant medication, psychotherapy, or combinations of the two represent the most common treatment for depressive illness. However, a variety of natural treatment of depression also can be used to help alleviate depression. These include: Exercise or Yoga – One exercise and depression study showed that the …

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Alternative Treatment for Depression

Alternative Treatment for DepressionA health treatment that is not classified as standard western medical practice is referred to as “alternative” or “complementary.” Alternative treatment for depression refers to health-care practices considered outside the scope of conventional Western medicine. Many are being integrated into traditional-medicine settings as their safety, effectiveness, and …

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Diagnosing Disorder Depression

Diagnosing DisorderDepression is under diagnosed and under treated. There are several factors at work here. One is the failure of many general practitioners to recognize depression in a patient. Another factor is the lack of understanding most people have about the symptoms of the illness, which prevents them from seeing …

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Woman and Depression

Woman and Depression Statistics suggest that women are more likely to suffer from a depressive illness than men. Two out of three patients in hospitals with such disorders are women, and most of them are married. The propotions are the same among those seen by doctors but not admitted to …

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depression in child

depression in childDepression is one of the most common psychological/psychiatric disorders. It affects a person’s overall energy, mood, expressions of emotion and behavior. I t was generally thought that children could not become depressed. Now researchers recognize that children, like everyone else, are not immune from this insidious and dangerous …

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Psychotherapy or Talk Therapy

Psychotherapy or Talk Therapy Psychotherapy or talk therapy offers people the opportunity to identify the factors that contribute to their depression and to deal effectively with the psychological, behavioral, interpersonal and situational causes. “Talking” therapies help patients gain insight into and resolve their problems through verbal exchange with the therapist, …

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