Saturday, December 14, 2013

Why Am I Always Depressed? The Reason Why You're Always Depressed

Ever sit back and wonder to yourself; why am I always depressed? If you are like many of the other people who suffer from unexplainable depression, then the information contained in this article could be the reason why you're always depressed.

While most medical professionals will try to tell you that depression is just one's mindset, or that it is caused due to some traumatic event, or the loss of a job, home, or loved one; the truth of the matter is, that there is so much more to what causes depression. This article will deal with three alternative health causes of depression in people. So if you have had many different treatments for depression, trying to control it and finding that nothing works, you might very well have one of these three causes.

  1. A parasitic infection or infestation can cause a person to feel less then up to par in their daily lives. Parasites have a bad habit of attacking the body in vulnerable spots such as the immune system, and neurological system. When these areas of the body are being overworked due to an increase in parasites in the body, then the host grows weary and tires easily. This fatigue and this suffering from these microorganisms can cause the chemicals in the body and the brain to change, creating a depression within the person suffering.

  2. An imbalance in the hormone levels in the body can cause a person to feel sluggish and depressed. There are certain hormones that out body needs, which are produced by the adrenal glands such as adrenaline, cortisol, DEHA, and many others, that help keep our system balanced. When one or more of these hormones experience a spike or a drop in their levels the body has an adverse reaction, while trying to combat what ever caused the rise or the fall of these hormones.

  3. A deficit in the nutrients the body needs to survive can cause a person to feel tired and sad, as nutrients are very important to keep all parts of the body functioning well together. When the body is not getting the right amount of nutrients or the right kind of good nutrients the immune system suffers, lowering its defences allowing other illnesses to sneak in such as depression and anxiety.

In the end, if you are still suffering from symptoms that just won't go away even with modern medicines, then you can be assured that you have one of these three issued going on inside your body. While there is no real quick fix, changing your diet and daily lives to one that is healthier and more active is a good start for feeling better. There are also cleanses such as a parasite cleanse to flush out your system, and with more fruits and vegetables in your diet you should be able to replenish the missing nutrients which ultimately could help balance out your hormones once more, eliminating depression from your life.

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