The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders also states that a depressed mood is often reported as being depressed, sad, hopeless etc. Psychiatrist and psychologist has defined depression to affect the whole body, the nervous system, moods, thoughts, how you feel about yourself and others, the quality and quantity of sleep. Depression can last from a few days to years depending on the level of depression. According to an article, there are many types of depression, with variations in the number of symptoms, their severity, and persistence. Some of the symptoms include fatigue, changes in appetite, backaches, headaches, quickness to anger, loss of interest in hobbies, insomnia, or excessive sleeping, worthlessness, and inadequacy. Some people try to sleep off depression while others just sit around hoping something will happen.
It is strongly stressed that eating the right way and through nutritional healing depression may not be a problem at all. Added than the "elective" depression, there are two major classifications of depressive disorders. They are the bipolar and unpolar. Bipolar disorders usually begin as depression, but as they develop, they involve changing episodes of depression and manic. Bipolar is commonly known as manic depression. Unpolar disorders are characteriz
ed by depressive episodes that most often recur at least several times in the course of one's life. The causes of depression are not fully understood, as many researchers and psychologists have studied. Depression may be triggered by tension, stress, a traumatic life event, chemical imbalances in the brain, upset stomach, headache, poor diet, the consumption of sugar, lack of exercise, allergies, etc. One of the most universal causes of depression is low blood sugar and some food allergies are another cause at hand. In up to fifty percent of people suffering from recurrent episodes of depression, one or both parents also experienced depression. So heredity plays a big role in these disorders. Whatever the factors that trigger it, depression begins with a disturbance in the part of the brain that governs moods.