Natural herbal & homeopathic remedies for people suffering from depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem

Depression (Sadness)
Are your anti-depressants depressing you even more? Get to know arguably the most effective mood uplifting HERBAL & HOMEOPATHIC Remedies (Dual-Modality Approach) including Ignatia amara, St. John's Wort & Staphisagria & other alternative treatments available.

· General Description

· Symptoms

· Causes

· Herbal & Homeopathic Remedies

· Helpful Dietary Habits

· Dos and Don'ts

Natural herbal & homepathic products for depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest

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General description and overview of depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest

The kind of stressful lives we lead, it is quite normal to experience mood changes ranging from feeling happy and content to feeling restless and dissatisfied. These are nothing but the so called ‘blues’ one gets occasionally. You feel good when things go your way whereas you feel bad and get worried, guilty and unsure of yourself when things go wrong. However, people suffering from depression have feelings of sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and lack of interest in almost everything that transcends what is happening in their lives.

This persisting negative attitude, without an obvious cause, usually invades every aspect of the sufferer’s existence to the extent that no good news can cheer him up or any positive development or praise can lift his spirits. Their reduced self-esteem and feeling of worthlessness makes them believe that they just don’t deserve good things in life. If the condition intensifies and affects behavior, it may signify a serious psychiatric illness and may even lead to suicide. Generally, the sufferer at least experiences major changes in sleep patterns, concentration, sexual drive and relations with others.

Many people in the western countries are now shifting to natural alternatives like herbal & homeopathic remedies for treating depression as the conventional medications not only come with undesirable & serious side-effects but are also quite addictive. Read more to learn more.......

Although there are many forms and degrees of emotional disturbance that can be termed depression, clear-cut categories can still be not determined. This is so as different people react to similar situations involving grief, unhappiness and anxiety quite differently.

Herbal & homeopathic products recommended in depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest

Melancholy Lift

Homeopathic remedy temporarily relieves feelings of melancholy; sadness; grief and weepiness.

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SAD Soother™

Natural seasonal depression remedy to help beat the winter blues and overcome grief in the holidays.

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Still, broadly speaking, there are the following few types of depression.

Reactive depression – this is brought on by emotional stresses like grief and unhappiness.

Neurotic depression – it occurs when the person’s reaction to a stressful situation seems out of proportion to the stress involved.

Postpartum Depression (Depression in women after delivery of their child) - This phase in childbirth is a fairly common one, experienced by 10 - 20% of women following delivery. It is caused by a number of factors. Among them is the rapid change in a woman's hormonal system that occurs after birth. This can alter her mood from the happy expectant one of the mother-to-be to one of anxiety or depression. such mood swings may even reduce her to tears. She may also be afflicted with a sense of anticlimax because the moment she had been looking forward to for so long - the birth of her child - is now over. She may also lack confidence in her ability to fill her new role as a mother. Often a young mother will yearn for the freedom and lifestyle she enjoyed before pregnancy. REST is the best treatment. Natural remedies is the best alternative or add-on.

Major or psychotic depression – this occurs without any apparent cause and is considered the most dangerous type. Around 1% of the population suffers from it. 4 or more of the below mentioned symptoms for a duration of at least 2 weeks at a stretch are considered essential to term the attack as major depression attack. Otherwise, it is considered as minor.

Remember, the attack may last more than 20 weeks also, but 2 weeks is the minimum requirement to term it as major depression.

Dysthymia – a chronic, generally milder form of depression. Symptoms are similar to major depression but more mild in degree.

Atypical depression – depression accompanied by unusual symptoms, such as hallucinations, delusions, and physical rigidity

Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PDD) – experienced by 5 - 8% of women. Depressive symptoms occur a week prior to menstruation and disappear following menstruation.

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) – experienced by 5% of adults, the majority of whom are women. Seasonal affective disorder or seasonal depression or winter depression is an extreme form of common seasonal mood cycles, in which depression develops during the cold and dark winter months due to light deprivation. It occurs during the fall-winter season and disappears during the spring-summer season.

Manic-depressive illness or bipolar affective disorder – here depression occurs with mania and affects approximately 1% of the population. In this condition, the patient alternates between extreme moods of mania and depression, although in some manic-depressives one aspect, either the mania or the depression; may be predominant. The patient’s moods cycle back and forth at varying intervals. During the manic phase, the patient is in either a euphoric mood or an irritable one. He is generally hyperactive, may go on extravagant spending sprees and has a firm belief that he has powers which he does not actually have. Eventually, the person moves from this phase to either a normal mood or a depressed one. Some people may have five or more such cycles in a year while others may show both, manic as well as depressive symptoms, at the same time in what is known as a ‘mixed bipolar’ state.

Endogenous depression - when depression is not a function of external events, it is called endogenous. Endogenous depression can be due to biochemical abnormalities.

Herbal / Homeopathic remedies for depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest. Depression affects more than 18 million people in America alone but depression experts argue that - from their experience they can firmly state - all cases of depression can be reversed – even the most serious ones. As such, the trivial cases anyway don’t require medical attention as the situation improves by itself and even if it doesn’t, a few simple techniques (discussed below in dos and don’ts) can work wonders.

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Symptoms of depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest

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Persistently feeling sad, anxious and ‘empty’

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Decreased energy, fatigue, and/or a feeling of being ‘slowed down’

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Crying at inappropriate times

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Difficulty in concentrating, remembering and in forming and carrying out plans and ideas

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Self-criticism, lack of self-esteem, even self loathing along with feeling of guilt and helplessness

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Lack of appetite and spirit and inability to take pleasure in life and normal activities, including sex

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Weight fluctuation, e.g. significant weight loss or gain when not dieting (e.g., more than 5% of body weight in a month)

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Restlessness and/or irritability, agitation or depression in voluntary muscle movements nearly every day

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Sleep disturbances – either insomnia, particularly waking up frequently during the small hours of the night (early morning waking), or alternatively sleeping to excess. Nearly 90% of the depressed people have sleep disturbances

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Thoughts of death or suicide, or suicide attempts

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Low body temperature, low blood pressure, hot flushes and shivering (in cases of severe depression)

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Causes of depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest

Depression may have many causes. It can be triggered by psychological problems, chronic pain, different physical illnesses or biological imbalances.

Noradrenaline, serotonin, acetylcholine, and catecholamines (such as dopamine) are the key chemical messenger systems in our body, i.e. they allow the brain cells to ‘talk’ to each other. Evidence is mounting that depressed people may have abnormal levels of these brain chemicals. These biochemical abnormalities are also reflected in the fluids of the central nervous system, blood and urine. The following may alter the levels of these brain chemicals and contribute to development of depression:

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Heredity – recently, a gene – SERT, has been identified that regulates the brain chemical serotonin. Hence, it has been linked to depression.

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Chronic stress (such as from loss, abuse, or deprivation in early childhood)

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Amount of exposure to light, e.g. long dark nights in winters in northern regions lead to seasonal affective disorders

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Sleep disturbances – studies show that depressed people have different sleep cycles than non-depressed people

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Social isolation

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Nutritional deficiencies – more than being the cause themselves, nutritional deficiencies are attributed to the aggravation in the depression symptoms

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Serious medical conditions, such as heart attack, cancer or AIDS

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A few medications like those for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or irregular heartbeat

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Previous episodes of depression

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History of depression running in the family - People with a history of psychological fragility, getting over a disappointment or an emotional setback can lead to depression

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Suicide attempt – a previous attempt of suicide made during a major depressive episode may increase the chances of similar episode of depression.

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Female gender – it is believed that women are more prone to depression than men. The actual figures may vary as men report of their depression less and hide it with alcohol while women are more open and frequent in their discussion regarding their depression.

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Young adulthood or middle age – the highest occurrence of depression is between the ages of 25 – 45 due to the much stressed out life in that period. The elderly are usually at great risk after death of their loved ones, physical illness, and loss of independence.

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Stressful life events – emotional loss such as the death of a loved one, particularly if the event occurs at a young age; or disappointment in love

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Postpartum period – hormonal changes after delivery causes depression in 10-20% of the females

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Chronic medical conditions, including autoimmune diseases (such as lupus), cancer, heart disease, chronic headaches, chronic pain, viral illnesses and chronic psychological conditions like anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and borderline personality disorder. Conditions that cause hormonal changes, such as thyroid disorders or menopause, may also be held responsible for depression.

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History of mental, physical or sexual abuse, current or past alcohol or drug abuse – more than 25% of people with these kind of addictions have depression

Causes & natural remedies for depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest. people sensitive to certain foods may develop depression if they eat these foods regularly. Generally, doctors pinpoint to food allergies as the cause of your misery if you do not respond to the medications well.

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Herbal & homeopathic remedies useful in depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest

Medical practitioners are often quick to prescribe antidepressants as a first option when treating depression. Ensure that you research all the options and are aware of all the side-effects and precautions of taking anti-depressants before making a decision.

The most commonly prescribed antidepressants are SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) such as Prozac and Zoloft; Tricyclic antidepressants such as Elavin and Tofranil; and MAOIs (Monoamine oxidase inhibitors) such as Nardil and Marplan.

These all have various side effects which may be quite distressing to some and they are all required by the FDA to carry a warning about the increased risk of suicide, hostility, and agitation.

According to many reports, withdrawal effects are often experienced when these prescription drugs are discontinued. While antidepressants may work for some, they should be taken under medical supervision and will work best if used in conjunction with other treatment modalities such as cognitive therapy or an exercise program.

Many herbal and homeopathic remedies have been shown to significantly reduce the symptoms of depression without the unwanted side-effects.

The most commonly used as natural remedies for depression are Hypericum Perforatum (St. John's Wort) which has been called “nature’s Prozac” and Passiflora which is one of nature's best natural tranquilizers.

Then you have some wonderful homeopathic remedies (including bio-chemic tissue salts) like Ignatia amara, Kali. phos., Nat. phos. & Staphisagria that are known for their mood lifting properties.

Together, these natural herbal+ homeopathic remedies (dual-modality approach) can:

  • Relieve symptoms of melancholy, including quiet mood, weepiness, and somber demeanor

  • Reduce weepiness or episodes of tears

  • Improve emotional balance during times of sorrow and grief

  • Reduce feelings of sadness

  • Lift mood related to premenstrual or winter blues

  • Support emotional wellness and health

  • Support a healthy motivated attitude

  • Address common premenstrual and menstrual tears and moodiness

  • Support a reasonable positive mental attitude

  • Maintain a well-adjusted outlook and positive temperament

  • Support healthy sleep patterns and a healthy balanced appetite

  • Support the healthy brain and nervous system by promoting equilibrium at a cellular level

  • Lessen common feelings of the blues and promote healthy, balanced moods

  • Reduce common irritability

  • Promote a positive outlook through nervous system health

  • Maintain routine balance of cell salts in the body

  • Support the therapeutic effects of other remedies by promoting brain and neurotransmitter efficiency

  • Maintain normal serotonin levels within the healthy range

Many people around the world have now turned to this more natural approach of regaining the subtle balance of brain chemicals and rejuvenating the body and mind for all round natural health. Natural remedies for depression that include homeopathic remedies can also be of great benefit and are free of side effects as well as safe to use during pregnancy.

   

Herbal & homeopathic products recommended in depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest

Melancholy Lift for depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest.

Melancholy Lift

Homeopathic remedy temporarily relieves feelings of melancholy; sadness; grief and weepiness.

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MindSoothe for depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest.

MindSoothe

Promote balanced mood, emotional health and feelings of wellbeing.

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SAD Soother for depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest.

SAD Soother™

Natural seasonal depression remedy to help beat the winter blues and overcome grief in the holidays.

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Dietary recommendations in depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest

Depression needs a very balanced, wholesome diet and this only is seriously neglected by the sufferers. The generally serious forms of depression either leave people with no appetite at all, or make them go on eating binges with a special craving for carbohydrates. All this creates nutritional deficiencies or imbalances in the victim’s body.

As the number of vitamins and minerals playing a role in alleviating or aggravating the depression symptoms is very high, you should talk at length with your doctor regarding the changes required in your diet and also, if your body is in need of any nutritional supplements. Remember, the precise relationship between different nutrients and the brain’s chemistry is still unclear but malnourishment or weight problems clearly contribute to morale spiraling downwards. Some of the useful tips pertaining to nutrition are:

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Eliminate potential food allergens – If you suspect that there is a link between food sensitivity and your state of mind, try eliminating the allergen foods from your diet to see if this brings relief. The usual suspects are dairy products, wheat (gluten), corn, preservatives, and food additives. Your doctor may also suggest tests for food sensitivities.

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Eat antioxidant rich foods, including fruits (such as blueberries, cherries, oranges and tomatoes), and vegetables (such as squash and bell peppers).

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Vitamin B6 is believed to work in the brain similar to valium-like drugs - hence its importance in your diet as food or as supplement. Mainly, women taking oral contraceptives or with premenstrual tension or going through menopause require good amount of B6. Good dietary sources of vitamin B6 are chicken, turkey, tuna, salmon, shrimp, beef liver, lentils, soybeans, nuts, avocados, bananas, carrots, brown rice, bran, pulses, sunflower seeds, wheat germ, and whole-grain flour.

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Inositol, which is a part of the vitamin B-complex, is found in low levels in people suffering from depression. It helps the nervous system function properly. Its dietary form is phytate and its rich sources include nuts, beans, wheat and wheat bran, cantaloupe, citrus fruits like oranges and meat.

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Eat foods high in B-vitamins and calcium, such as almonds, beans, whole grains (if no allergy), dark leafy greens (such as spinach and kale), and sea vegetables such as kelp and dulse (a coarse seaweed).

Herbal Supplements and helpful dietary habits in depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest. Too much caffeine (found in tea, coffee, colas and dark chocolates) to the tune of 4 cups of coffee or 6 cups of tea can exacerbate depression. Avoid especially just before bedtime as caffeine contributes to sleeplessness. Remember, caffeine withdrawal symptoms include headaches and lethargy for a few days. But, don’t worry, these symptoms go by themselves..

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Avoid refined foods, such as white breads, pastas, and especially sugar.

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Don’t go on an eating binge as it might make you feel good at that moment, but will add depressing inches to your waistline.

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Eat fewer red meats and more lean meats, cold-water fish, tofu (soy, if no allergy), or beans for protein.

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Use healthy oils for cooking, such as olive oil or vegetable oil.

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Reduce or eliminate trans-fatty acids, found in commercially baked goods such as cookies, crackers, cakes, French fries, onion rings, donuts, processed foods, and margarine.

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Whole grains and pulses, lean meat, fresh fruits and vegetables like asparagus, broccoli, cabbage, melon, oranges, berries and dried fruits shall take care of your calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, copper, zinc, vitamin C and B vitamins deficiency.

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Avoid other stimulants like alcohol and tobacco. Consumption of more than a drink or two of alcohol may have an adverse effect on the mood and will also kill your appetite, thereby depriving you of the much needed dietary nutrients.

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Drink 6 - 8 glasses of filtered water daily.

Dietary recommendations in depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest.

Dos and don'ts in depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest

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First and foremost, one has to realize that feeling a little bad is no big deal. You have to understand that these feelings are temporary and you don’t need to feel sadder just because you are sad.

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Be active. Do whatever you feel like or if you don’t feel like doing anything. Do what you used to feel doing like during happier times. Make sure, you leave the house if you are alone.

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Share your feelings with someone; a friend, family, doctor, someone elder you respect, any body. It will definitely lift some burden off your chest and mind.

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Crying alone or while talking to someone with respect to your problem is not something you should be ashamed about. Crying releases the tension and helps you in thinking pragmatically. Then you can sit down and analyze the situation and pinpoint the source of your depression. This will help you and others to find out a solution.

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Exercising regularly not only keeps you fit physically, but also mentally. It discharges your tensions quite easily as it increases the body’s production of endorphins—chemical substances that can relieve depression.

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Acupuncture may improve depression by affecting the synthesis of neurotransmitters that control mood. Electro-acupuncture (which involves the application of a small electrical current through acupuncture needles) has been found to be equally effective as antidepressant drug therapy without causing side effects.

Homeopathic medicines & precautions in depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest. Don’t take the most important decisions of your life when you are depressed as you are simply not in the perfect frame of mind. You will in all probability regret your decisions later on.

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) - the goal of cognitive therapy, a kind of psychotherapy, is to allow you to control your fear and anxiety, and a qualified psychotherapist can help you learn techniques in this regard. Basically, you learn to identify and change distorted perceptions about yourself and adapt new behaviors to better cope with the world around you. Many people who are depressed seek counseling with a psychologist, social worker, psychiatrist, or other form of counselor. Some researches have proven that cognitive behavior therapy is at least as effective as drug therapy. Other forms of psychotherapies which are also considered effective as a treatment for depression are psychodynamic psychotherapy which is based on Freud's theories about unresolved conflicts in childhood and depression as a grief process, interpersonal therapy which acknowledges childhood roots of depression, but focuses on current problems contributing to depression and is considered very effective and supportive psychotherapy which comprises nonjudgmental advice, attention, and sympathy, and this approach may improve compliance with taking medication.

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Sudarshan Kriya Yoga (SKY) - a rhythmic breathing technique - may be an effective alternative to antidepressant drugs as an initial treatment for people with clinical depression. Daily 45-minute SKY sessions, six days per week are recommended. SKY technique is taught by the Art of Living Foundation.

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Taking regular massage decreases stress hormone levels and symptoms of depression. This is particularly true in depressed adolescent mothers, children hospitalized for depression, and women with eating disorders. Strangely, giving massage may also help relieve tension in the elderly when they massaged infants. A main constituent of massage therapy is aromatherapy, or the use of essential oils in massage therapy. The smells of the oils extract positive emotions through the limbic system-the area of the brain responsible for memories and emotions.

Use the above mentioned herbal & homeopathic remedies and take the necessary precautions, and you could be a much ELATED human being.

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Herbal & homeopathic products recommended in depression, sadness, pessimism, helplessness, worthlessness, reduced self-esteem, guilt and general lack of interest

Melancholy Lift

Homeopathic remedy temporarily relieves feelings of melancholy; sadness; grief and weepiness.

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MindSoothe

Promote balanced mood, emotional health and feelings of wellbeing.

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SAD Soother™

Natural seasonal depression remedy to help beat the winter blues and overcome grief in the holidays.

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