Depression seems to be more prevalent today than it was years ago, and it affects people of all ages and all socioeconomic levels. It affects young and old, and is as twice as common in women as in men. Obviously, depression is a problem for the sufferer, but it can also be a difficulty for others who are associated with the depressed individual. Depression can be brought about by a number of physical and chemical influences, and severely affects an individual's well-being and ability to function productively. Depression is defined as a psychoneurotic or psychotic disorder marked especially by sadness, inactivity, difficulty in thinking and concentration, a significant increase or decrease in appetite and time spent sleeping, feelings of dejection and hopelessness, and sometimes suicidal tendencies. It is the most common of all mood disorders. Depresonil is a unique blend of natural herbs that help quell feelings of depression, anxiety, apathy, sleep disturbances, insomnia, anorexia, and feelings of worthlessness. Also may help to induce a feeling of calm, diminishes oversensitivity, improve mood, enhance well being and sociability, relieve pain, fatigue and also improve mental alertness. Depresonil is more easily tolerated than prescription antidepressants because it is 100% natural and has no side effects.
Avoid coffee, sugar, alcohol, and dairy products. Depression has been associated with a high intake of caffeine. If you drink four or more cups of caffeine in a given day, try substituting decaffeinated coffee and soft drinks. Avoid any processed food, artificial colors, stimulant food, canned foods, smoking, dairy products, meats, eggs, and fish. Limit your total daily fat intake to 30 percent of your total calories. Try not to consume more than 300 milligrams of cholesterol a day. Oatmeal, porridge, basil and beetroots are known to have antidepressant qualities. Regular exercise can help relieve moderate depression by triggering natural mood-enhancing chemicals.