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Prescription Anti-Depressants, Tranquillizers and Sleeping Tablets are regularly prescribed by doctors to treat anything from bereavement to postnatal depression. While there are many responsible and caring doctors out there, there are also many who over prescribe. This may sometimes be due to lack of time, lack of adequate training in emotional problems and mood disorders or sometimes just pure indifference towards the patient’s problems! Sad, but unfortunately true!
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When the weather is sunny and bright people tend to feel more upbeat and positive. When the weather is gloomy, cold and dismal, moods tend to slump and often people feel a little down. However, for certain individuals these mood shifts develop into a type of depression that accompanies seasonal changes and affects their ability to function normally. Recurrent episodes of clinical depression that surface during seasonal changes, particularly winter, are referred to as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
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Low mood can arise for a number of reasons, such as: Premenstrual syndrome (PMS), hormonal fluctuations during pregnancy, emotional turmoil, certain mood disorders (bipolar disorder) or depression, lack of sleep (insomnia) exercise and bad eating habits. Bouts of Low mood can also affect children who are naturally ‘melancholic’, shy or introverted. For most individuals Low mood periods can negatively impact on their lives, affecting not only the sufferer – but also their relationships with friends and family.
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Emotional pain can be described as heartache that results from a painful experience, such as the loss of a loved one. It can stem from depression, anxiety, disappointment, fear or guilt, and tends to worsen when you replay and relive painful, traumatic events that occurred in the past. Emotional pain can become crippling when it affects your mood, relationships, personal and professional life, and occupies your mind constantly.
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Anyone can feel down from time to time or experience bouts of emotional grief or sadness due to some unexpected life event. We grieve when someone dies, or feel sadness and loss when a close relationship ends, or even lose a job.
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With depression being one of the most commonly diagnosed ailments today, we thought it was important to help raise awareness on possible underlying causes that are responsible for depression as a symptom. Many people don't know that while depression can be a serious illness all in itself, all too often it is experienced as a symptom of systemic imbalance.
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