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Ayurvedic Name: Avsaada | Responsible Dosha: Pitta, Kapha, Vat & Tamsa Emotional Influence
Depression is a serious medical condition with a variety of symptoms including emotional & physical symptoms. Worry and anxiety are natural. But anxiety & worry may become so excessive and persistent that it can limit a person’s daily activities.
Major depressive disorder (depression) is not just a temporary mood, and it’s not a sign of personal weakness.
Anxiety & Depression is caused by by vitiation in the humour of the body vata, pita and kapha. It is also caused by imbalance of three mental states known as satva, rajasa, and tamsa, but the rajasa and tamasa are predominent factor causes of this disease. Some other factors for depression include:
- A family history of depression.
- Death or illness of a loved one.
- Stressful conflicts, such as fights with family members or disputes at work.
- Physical, sexual, or emotional abuse.
- Major life events, such as moving, graduating from college, changing jobs, getting married or divorced, becoming a new parent, or retiring.
- Financial difficulties.
Depression is a serious medical condition with a variety of symptoms including emotional & physical symptoms
SIGNS & SYMPTOMS
You may be surprised to learn that people with depression often experience a broad range of other symptoms.
In general, if you’ve been experiencing some combination of the following emotional or physical symptoms for more than two weeks, and they clearly interfere with your life, discuss your concerns with your doctor:
- Sadness throughout the day, nearly every day.
- Loss of interest in or enjoyment of your favorite activities.
- Feelings of worthlessness.
- Excessive or inappropriate feelings of guilt.
- Fatigue or lack of energy.
- Sleeping too much or too little.
- Change in appetite or weight, impairment of digestion, constipation and loss of hunger.
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- 1 month treatment.
Herbal Supplement For Anxiety & Depression
- Regulates neurotransmitter activity, and also endeavors the revival of overall systemic health.
- Herbs in it ease nervous restlessness
- By inhibiting enzymatic activity that upsets the routine production of serotonin, it heightens concentration, alertness and memory.
- Promote healthy dopamine and norepinephrine levels. These are neurotransmitters involved in the manifest of healthy dispositions and sleeping patterns, as well as feelings of well being.
- Herbs promotes the brain’s function of regulating healthy hormones responsible for the conduct of routine digestion and regulates appetite.
- The synergistic action of this supplement produces a mild antidepressant effect to ease the symptoms of anxiety and insomnia while promoting an overall sense of mental wellness.
Intake: Consume 1 capsule (500 mg) once a day with milk or any flavored milk.
Ingredients: The Herbal Capsules contains the following Herbs:
- Manduckiperni (Centella Asiatica): Provides strength to brain cells, improves memory & is well known for rejuvenation.
- Jatamansi (Nordostachya): Nervine tonic & gives sedative effects.
- Ashwagandha (Withania Somnifera): Provides strength to the nerves.
- Sankh Pushpi (Convolvulus pluricaulis): Nervine tonic & stimulant.
- Mulethi(Glycyrrhiza Globra):Nervine tonic.
Results: Feeling the way you do now probably didn’t happen overnight. Feeling better may take a little time, too.
For mood symptoms in anxiety & depression, patients may notice improvements in 1 to 4 weeks. Full antidepressant response may take 4 to 6 weeks. Patients may see improvement as early as 2 weeks in their anxious symptoms. Some patients experienced pain relief as early as 1 week. Results may vary from person to person.
Give Product time to work. And don’t stop taking it without talking to our doctor.
Your symptoms may gradually begin to improve. Talk to us about the other ways to track your progress.
“There are four things in life money cannot buy: Friends, time, peace of mind, and good Health.”
When depression strikes, the depressed person isn’t the only one affected. Everyone around them — family, friends, and co-workers – feels the impact of their depression.
There’s a lot you can do on your own to supplement your treatment. Here are some tips to cope up with depression & can be key to faster recovery along with the treatment.
Step 1: Yoga Help In Anxiety & Depression
1. Hasya Yog Asna – Laughter Therapy
Hasya yog asna (laughter therapy) – hasya yog asna help in relieving anxiety, stress and tension, as it releases feel good chemical in body called endorphin.
Benefits of Laughing:
- It strengthens your immune system.
- It makes your cheeks sore.
- It actually increases your intellectual performance and boosts information retention.
- Improves blood circulation.
- Release stress and anxiety.
- Stand with feet a hip distance apart or you sit in a relaxing position, arms by the side. close your eyes and focus on breathing.
- Inhale deeply, raise the arms over the head and open the eyes, looking at the arms.
- Exhale, laugh out loudly, making exhalation slow and deep.
- Repeat it 3-4 times.
- Release all the fatigue and stress from the body and mind.
- Relaxes the entire nervous system and recharge the body.
- Lie flat on your back on the floor. Keep your hands stretched out alongside your body, with palms facing downwards.
- Position your legs straight out about 2 feet apart, toes relaxed and feet falling out naturally.
- Close your eyes and let your entire body completely relax.
- Focus mind on breathing and shut out all external noises.
Step 2: Talk Therapy
Depression can negatively affect the way you think and feel. Talk therapy can help you learn to manage your depression and help relieve your symptoms of depression.
Therapy typically means that you spend about an hour a week talking with a mental health professional. (consult our doctor)
Talking with a supportive person spend time with family and friends. Talk to a loved one or a friend about how you are feeling so they may help you in getting on the road to recovery. Moreover, sharing problem actually reduces the problem.
Talk with your friends and family and consider joining a support group. Communicating and discussing your feelings is an integral part of your treatment and will help with your faster recovery.
Step 3: Life Style Changes & Self Care
In certain cases, you may treat anxiety at home without the involvement of a doctor. These are limited to anxiety attacks of short duration in which you know the cause, the anxiety is short, it goes away by itself, and the cause can be eliminated.
- Picturing yourself successfully facing and conquering the specific fear.
- Watching TV or good education movie.
- Taking a long, warm bath Meditate, Take Deep Breaths.
- Find Time to Distress at Work.
- Spend Time Outdoors.
- Try to get enough rest and maintain a regular sleeping pattern.
- Don’t isolate yourself. More social opportunities and activities, take part in activities even when you may not want to.
- Recollect your old hobbies & act on them once again.
- Memories joyful moments.
- Avoid drinking alcohol or using any illicit substances.
- Write down your feelings-this is a good stress reliever.
- Open to a therapist.
- Don’t give up.
Step 4: Tips For Caregiver
- Get the facts. The first thing you should do is learn more about depression. Read up on the causes and treatments for depression.
- Ask about depressed loved one needs and listen.
- Don’t try to solve the problem on your own.
- Offer to help with the practical things.
- Be a supportive partner.
- Encourage your depressed loved one to be more active.
- Be encouraging but not forceful.
- Encourage your loved one to stick with treatment.
- Create a stable environment.
- Build a Network of Support.
- Understand the Road to Recovery.
Step 5: Adjusting Your Diet
Nutrients we need in depression are -vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, protein, and even a small amount of fat.
We can reduce damaging molecules destructive effect on the body by eating foods high in powerful antioxidants, including:
- Sources of beta-carotene: apricots, broccoli, cantaloupe, carrots, collards, peaches, pumpkin, spinach, sweet potato.
- Sources of vitamin C: blueberries, broccoli, grapefruit, kiwi, oranges, peppers, potatoes, strawberries, tomato.
- Sources of vitamin E: margarine, nuts and seeds, vegetable oils, wheat germ.
Step 6: Acupressure Points For Anxiety & Depression
Acupressure Points for Relieving Mental Stress
- Gentle pressure or massage on shoulder for few seconds help in depression a lot.
- Pressure in between fingers of both hands up to the wrist will help in depression and stress.
- Pressure and gentle massage between the finger of both foot.
- Middle part of both ear line which connect ear with head on back side.
Step 7: Home Remedies
- One teaspoon of asparagus in to half teaspoon honey twice a day along with warm milk, it works as brain tonic.
- Fresh juice of brahmi twice a day will also help.
- Regular intake of honey also help in stress management.
- Amla as in the form of fresh juice removes mental and physical stress.