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Description: Being diagnosed with ‘clinical depression’ can have a profound impact on your life. I found that waking up every morning was exhausting even after a good night’s sleep. People who are suffering from depression have a hard time boosting their self-esteem and confidence. It is not something that can be easily escaped.

Let’s first look at the reasons people feel depressed and then we’ll look at what I have done to help others feel more abundant.

Why People Get Depressed:

Being isolated – It is natural for humans to desire to be around others. We feel fulfilled if we have the opportunity to meet our partner and start a family. But if that’s not possible, we still want the support that friends, colleagues, or other social groups can provide. When we feel like we don’t belong, we can feel isolated. This is one of the main reasons people become depressed.

Remember that the science behind antidepressant medications and clinical depression is still poorly understood. If you’re on an antidepressant, you should consider yourself lucky if you don’t have side effects like the one on my old prescription. “Fluoxetine can cause some people to become agitated, irritable, or exhibit other abnormal behaviors. Some people may have suicidal thoughts or tendencies .
Chronic Stress – Anxiety and chronic stress can lead to depression.

Candida Overgrowth – The Candida fungus can release toxic substances into the bloodstream. This can lead to a variety of symptoms. I have seen firsthand the effects of Candida overgrowth on my depression, as well as what worked for others.

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Childhood abuse or trauma – Children who have been subject to abuse are more likely than those who have not to develop clinical depression later in life. The numbers actually show that 59% children who have been physically abused will develop depression later in life. There are many mental problems that can be experienced later in life, including PTSD, learning difficulties, and generalized anxiety.

Substance Abuse – It is estimated that 80% people with a chemical dependence or a particular addiction also have a co-occurring mental disorder such as depression or generalized anxiety disorder. You are the only person who can make lasting changes. It is important to take advantage of the one life you have and admit that you need help.

Grief – Loss of a loved One – This is a common emotion that can lead to major depressive disorder. The grieving process can cause feelings of helplessness and hopelessness.

Change can be a difficult thing to deal with. Unexpected changes can lead to depressive episodes even if a positive change has been planned.

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