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Depression

Cellular Inflammation is the root cause of all disease

Synopsis

Depression is a relatively common (but serious) mood disorder, that is characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, and general loss of interest. Depression can severely affect how you feel, think, and behave on a daily basis, commonly affecting sleep, work, and eating habits. Typically, symptoms must persist for at least two weeks to be considered depression. Over time depression can take a serious toll on relationships, productivity, and may even exacerbate existing health conditions. Feeling down is a normal part of life, however if you’re feeling down on a regular basis, you could be experiencing depression. Thankfully, depression is a treatable condition that we can address head on.

Common Symptoms

  • Feeling sad or having a depressed mood
  • Decreased interest in activities once enjoyed
  • Outbursts of anger or frustration, even over small things
  • Change in appetite
  • Change in amount of sleep
  • Slowed movement and speech
  • Fatigue/ energy loss
  • Anxiety, agitation and restlessness
  • Unexplained physical problems (back ache, headache)

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Treatments to Discuss with Your Practitioner

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Nutrition plan specifically focused on regulating energy, and promoting healthy gut bacteria
  • Antidepressant medication
  • Lifestyle modification
  • Anti-depressive coping strategies and supplementation
  • Electroconvulsive therapy
  • IV nutrition

Research Publications

Link Between DNA Methylation and Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease:
https://worldhealth.net/news/close-40-americans-have-fatty-liver/

Chemicals In Consumer Products May Lead To Obesity & Fatty Liver Disease:
https://worldhealth.net/news/chemicals-consumer-products-may-lead-obesity-fatty-liver-disease/

Close to 40% of Americans Have Fatty Liver:
https://worldhealth.net/news/close-40-americans-have-fatty-liver/