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Addressing the Root Causes of Biochemical Depression

Addressing the Root Causes of Biochemical Depression

| April 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

Depression, like high blood pressure, high blood sugar and your oil light being on, is a symptom of an imbalance. Unfortunately, it is still often viewed as a character flaw or a condition that can be remedied with means other than addressing the imbalance. This leads to people not seeking help. There are many ways […]

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Depression

Depression

| December 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

There are 2 basic forms of depression, exogenous and endogenous. Exogenous depression is cause by an external event–death, divorce, bankruptcy, etc. The depression is temporary and mollified by time and changes in circumstances. Endogenous depression is due to an inability to manufacture natural brain chemicals called “neurotransmitters”. A good analogy for this type depression is […]

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