Depression – How Modern Natural Integrative Medicine Combines The Best of All Worlds!

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If one suffers from extreme low moods, or has been diagnosed with clinical depression, it is essential to seek medical help from a doctor / psychiatrist. Depression and its associated symptoms are completely treatable and there are a lot of options available today, which include Allopathy as well as alternative medicine disciplines like Ayurveda, Homeopathy and advanced Biotechnology. In fact, a new effective approach has been to integrate various systems of medicine, for best results.  

What is Depression?

Depression is characterized by excessive pessimistic thoughts and a constant sense of helplessness, which comes in the way of normal life activities.

Signs and Symptoms of Depression:

The following are some of the signs and symptoms of depression:

– Insomnia or excessive sleeping

– Low mood through most of the day or frequent feeling of sadness and emptiness

– Frequent depressed feeling in the mornings

– Persistent anxiety

– Excessive fatigue

– A lack of interest in activities that used to be of interest

– Restlessness

– Irritability

– Excessive anger

– Significant change in body weight over a period of a few months

– Difficulty in concentrating

– Diminished memory

– Frequent headaches

– Digestive problems

– Suicidal thoughts

These symptoms vary from person to person, in occurrence and severity. Most people with depression do not experience all of these symptoms, so one must seek help if a number of these symptoms are present, and certainly if any single serious symptom like thoughts of suicide is present.   

What are the Available Treatment Options for Depression?

– Allopathic Medicine

Allopathic medicine tends to focus on the symptomatic manifestations of depression. Depending on the types of depression that has been diagnosed and the exact symptoms experienced, various antidepressants or mood stabilizers may be prescribed.

Sometimes, electro-convulsive therapy (ECT) is recommended with the purpose of restoring chemical balance.

– Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is highly recommended for anyone suffering from moderate to extreme depression and is also beneficial for cases of mild depression. Psychotherapy may involve various techniques, but essentially involves guidance from a trained professional on thinking and behavioral patterns, coping techniques, etc.  

– Ayurvedic Herbal Medicine

Ayurveda uses medicinal herbs to bring about positive changes in the environment of the body, thus relieving symptoms and making the terrain of the body less conducive to negative thoughts and emotions.

– Homeopathy

Homeopathy has a host of different remedies for treating mild to moderate depression, depending on the symptoms. Homeopathic treatment generally focuses on restoring balance within the body’s constitution, thus easing symptoms.   

– Modern Sarcode Technology

Modern Homeopathic Sarcode technology has met with tremendous success in treating depression. Sarcodes are essentially bioenergetic imprints of healthy organs, tissues and secretions. Sarcodes are used to remind various systems of the body how to function optimally.  

– New Integrative Approach Including Ancient Ayurvedic Herbal Medicine, Homeopathy and Modern Sarcode Technology

Today, great naturopathic minds have been integrating natural medicinal systems like ancient Ayurvedic medicine with advanced Homeopathic Sarcode technology to offer a complete and safe solution to depression. The results have been outstanding both with respect to quickly treating symptoms as well as correcting disorders that form the root of depression. And, one of the biggest advantages here is that these remedies are natural and non-habit forming, so, they can be taken for longer durations if this is indicated for very chronic or severe cases.   

For further information or for any queries related to new approach for lasting relief from depression, contact us at:admin@biogetica.com

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