Natural Remedies : Healthy Foods that May Encounter Depression

Healthy Foods Depression
Healthy Foods for Depression

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Low mood directly related to depression that results in an adverse impact on person’s behavior and feelings. Depression can vary according to different situations such as family responsibilities, career-related responsibilities, environmental, etc. Sometimes, when we are depressed, and we feel like nothing is going our way. If you are also facing such situation and feel you didn’t live your life that you want to live, then you should take help from the doctor. After consulting the doctor, you can decide which approach is right for you. There are many effective treatments that will help you to change your lifestyle, therapy, and medication both are included in those plans.

Depression has been known to people from the centuries, and people are also aware of its treatment. These days, the depression is very common among the individuals as the world are progressing, and everyone has to keep pace with the world and stay in the competition as well.

It is true that finding the right treatment will take time. You will get to know that drugs work for you or psychotherapy as the depression treatment and It is also true that medication can get rid of the symptoms of depression, but at the same time you cannot believe on medications alone. You have to adopt another method along with the medications to treat the Depression.

Natural remedies for depression have been getting the attention of the people these days, as 50% of the people have left the usage of antidepressants due to the side effects of these pills. Latest studies have found that the natural treatment is as effective as the traditional treatment were.

Treatment of  Depression in Past

In the past, psychologists have insisted that the only safe and the best treatment for depression are prescription antidepressants and professional by the therapist, psychologists or any other mental health professionals. Recent studies have found that the depressed person doesn’t feel relaxed after taking those pills in many cases.

Symptoms

Depression is very difficult thing to deal with, many mental, and physical upset of the body relate to the mental depression. The symptoms of depression include sadness, loss of energy, not showing interest around the world.

Natural Remedies

The natural remedies for depression include the mood enhances chemical that can change the mode of the person so that he may enjoy the things around him. Such as a natural remedy includes SAMe, which can be used to decrease the mental pressure, it can be purchased, and it has shown the practical results towards its users.  The exercises that we daily do is another source for releasing the depression from the mind.

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Vitamins and Herbs for Reducing Depression

Depressed individuals want to get out from under the weight of the world by trying, anything reasonable that promises relief. Many turn to vitamins, minerals, and herbs and results usually show they were wise to do so.

Vitamins

  • Vitamin B-complex, 100 mg daily, vitamin M1, 400 mg daily, Vitamin B12, 2000mcg daily, Vitamin C, 1000 mg three times daily, Folic acid, 5 mg daily, L-tyrosine, 1500 mg after breakfast and lunch, DL-phenyla-lynine, 1000 mg taken twice daily with L-tyrosine.

Herbs 

  • The herbs such as St john’s wort has been used for the centuries to release the depression from the mind. These herbs use as the alternative to the antidepressants pills, and there is also no side effect of using these remedies.

Healthy Foods

  • Skip wheat, sugar, and other refined carbohydrates.
  • You should quit alcohol and caffeine.
  • Foods high in tryptophan, including turkey, chicken, avocado, dairy products, bananas, dates, fig, kiwi fruits, mango, pecans, plums, tomatoes, and walnuts are a good healthy option.
  • Foods high in vitamin B1, including brewer’s yeast, broccoli, brown rice, Brussels sprouts, eggs, asparagus, fish, poultry, whole grains, legumes, liver, peas, kelp, oatmeals, plums, prunes, raisins, and nuts.
  • Eat foods high in vitamin B12, including liver, sardines, mackerel, herring, red snapper, flounder, salmon, lamb, Swiss cheese, blue cheese, eggs, haddock, beef, halibut, anchovies, chicken, turkey, milk, and butter.
  • Eat foods high in folic acid, including whole grains, wheat germ, bran, brown rice, liver, milk, beef, barley, chicken, tuna, salmon, lentils, legumes, mushrooms, and green leafy vegetables.
  • Eat foods high in vitamin C, including rose hips, acerola cherries, guavas, black currants, red peppers, oranges, grapefruit and other citrus fruits, cabbage, papayas, cantaloupe, and tomatoes.

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