Depression: How To Recover is a true way of being able to come back from being burnt out & trying even harder to experience nothing when the odds are against you. It comes from 4 different books that I am referring to. Here is what depression means: Depression is very serious & beyond what a couple of days will do to a normal person. Depression means that you are in a state of rejection whether it has something to do with others around you or just you rejecting anything that comes your way. Lacking confidence in yourself is very easy when there are health conditions that bring on this state of depression. Depression is treated with drugs & alcohol, but never thought that food with lots of nutrition would help at all. Depression can bring on thoughts of suicide because of feeling so low in their state of mind. If not dealt with in a better way than just drugs & alcohol, our society will be in a state of not caring or concerned about anything but themselves in life.
Depression: How To Recover brings on these symptoms that will tell you if you are in this state of mind all the time.
Here are the symptoms & not all are needed but am listing them all to let you know how severe it can be for depression to set in all the time. 1) feelings of guilt, 2) not worthy, 3) not feeling helpful at all even when working, 4) thoughts of suicide or death, 5) being restless all the time, 6) being irritable a lot, 7) not able to concentrate most of the time, 8) lacking memory in anything that is done or said, 9) decisions are very hard to make, 10) very fatigued & no energy, 11) no interest in any activities including sex, 12) always sad, empty & anxious, 13) have insomnia & never able to get a full night’s sleep, 14) weight gain or loss & changing all the time, 15) always pessimistic, 16) never has any hope to be worthy of more in life, 17) always tension, 18) stress day after day, 19) having hypoglycemia or low blood sugar all the time, 20) personal wickedness, 21) allergies, 22) nutritional loss for women who are pregnant & never have any time for themselves when nursing, or raising a baby on their own.
Depression: How To Recover brings on some great nutritional solutions along with being needed when they are at their lowest in life. These types of people need lots of attention to make it out of their very thoughts that would drive them to suicide or death if not cared for at all or were able to chat or talk at all. I will tell you I have been there a lot from the time I was being raised as a baby & child until I started to become great at sports. I was nearly & most of the time in constant depression as a child & infant. I had & may still have some hypoglycemia which is always a way to know that depression will lurk everywhere if not trained to think differently along with better nutrition than what doctors give you. The parents of these types of children are always tried & tested in their thoughts & how they help their children as they grow up. I was talked to by therapists & psychologists but never seemed to work until I was able to chat with others more. This helps a lot to get started in making small advances through depression as long as others know how to deal with it. It took me until maybe 40 years of age to start really becoming someone that has truly found himself after having a girlfriend who can bring on a state of thinking which helps to bring on help using her thoughts & getting away from my own. This is how I have changed a lot & brought about a true loving relationship for myself & my woman now as we are married, seeking a life long commitment to sharing & bringing our children up to become more living better than we did when growing up. I have not always been in this state except when having to work which seemed to mess with my blood sugar levels & allergies a lot. Those 2 really take a toll on a person in being able to breathe & perform as a normal person.
Depression: How To Recover is exactly what I have told you & here are a lot of ways in giving your child or baby the nutrition he or she needs as they grow up so they won’t suffer as you or I did. 1) Vitamins: a) multivitamin complex for kids, b) choline, c) inositol; 2) Minerals: a) multi-mineral complex for kids, b) a balance of calcium, magnesium & zinc, c) selenium; 3) Amino Acids: a) glutamine, b) phenylalanine, c) taurine, d) tryptophan, e) tyrosine; 4) Supplements: a) beans & lentils, b) bee pollen, c) black currant oil, d) brown rice, e) chlorophyll, f) evening primrose oil, g) rice bran syrup, h) safflower oil, i) spirulina, j) whole grains. Here are some other remedies to keep you in the happy & caring state of mind you need as you work, keep your children going, & be a mother to your baby: 1) using walnut flowers to help feel that you are worthy, 2) Ayurveda remedies from therapists, 3) herbal remedies like St. John’s Wort, basil, thyme, mint & ginseng; 4) acupuncture for clogged pores, 5) relaxation, meditation & yoga are great for feeling better in accomplishing something new, 6) foods as in chicken, fish, bananas, raisins, and some can even take prunes & yogurt too. These are all needed in combinations in order to keep from overloading your kidneys. When feeding a baby, give them lots of baby food & milk & keep trying to fill yourself as a mother who cares for her children to make sure that you as a mother gets nutrition as much as you can without depleting your body so you can keep yourself better & above the depressional state that can come if you aren’t careful. Avoid a lot of caffeine as it will overwork your body while breastfeeding or being energetic as much as possible. Avoiding also the refined sugar, flour that is refined, processed foods as they have almost no nutritional value at all, alcohol or street drugs that can & will keep you from getting well. These are very good to take for foods & doing activities that keep a person’s self-worth about them. I now am active about 3 days/week & stretch & work very tight muscles from when playing sports in past, & taking as much nutrition as possible.
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