Depression sets in when the brain is no longer able to produce
the correct levels of neurotransmitters it needs to function
properly. Neurotransmitters are the chemicals that the brain
uses to carry out all of the bodily functions including keeping
us in a mentally balanced state. Understanding this process
is only half of the problem because there are dozens of stress
factors, which could be responsible for this malfunction.
It is the body’s physiology that is out of balance rather
than a physical or psychological problem.
This means that for over 9 out of 10 cases of depression,
the probable cause lies in the lifestyles that we lead. The
contributory factors are varied and many, from fungus and
parasites to chemicals and toxic metal poisoning, poor diets
and stressful lives. Our bodies are unable to deal with these
burdens, which often leave our glands and hormones under par,
weaken our immune systems and sow the seeds for depression
to gain hold of our lives.
The key to tackling depression lies in our ability to identify
and eliminate the negative factors that could be contributing
to a depressive state. These conditions may vary in all of
us, which is why it’s important to identify the stresses
that your body has, including nutritional deficiencies a known
contributor to neurotransmitter malfunction.
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