Depression
What is Depression?

Everyone occasionally feels down or sad, but those feelings usually pass within a couple of days. Longer term depression interferes with normal daily functioning, and it causes pain for both the person with the disorder and those who care.  There are many types of Depression and it is rather
common.

Depression can become serious and you should contact your doctor if you feel helpless and depressed all the time.

Symptoms of Depression

* depressed mood
* loss of interest
* trouble sleeping or over-sleeping
* restless feelings or inability to sit still or relax
* fatigue, or tired all the time
* felings of worthlessness
* difficulty  concentrating and making decisions
* weight loss or gain
 

Home Remedies for Depression

* In 1 cup boiling water, add handful of fresh rose petals and add your favorite sweetener for taste. Drink whenever you feel depressed.
*Get plenty of sleep and especially when you are alone.
*Try aromatherapy, It has been known to relax and revive the nervous system. Inhalation of some pure herbal oils like rose, jasmine, lime, and   grapefruit are considered a natural remedy for depression.
* Blanch 5-7 rosemary leaves in a boiling cup of water, add your favorite sweetener, wait 3 minutes and drink.
  Some of the most commonly used herbs that have been used for generations include St. Johns Wart, ginseng, and gingko biloba. St. Johns Wart  is one of the leading herbs for depression that has been thoroughly tested as well as rates high among its users, for people who are experiencing moderate to mild symptoms


If you are interested in a more permanent, natural solution for your depression see how Health For Yourself may help you.
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