Blue Life

By · Saturday, August 29th, 2009

Blue Life

Have You Lost interest in life and feeling blue?

Depression is a serious disease that many face in those days. The numbers are rising each year. If you feel a little desperate then hang there. There is light at the end of the tunnel and you can shine on you.

But what is depression? What about mood swings and mental fatigue?

Depression is a disruption of brain neurochemistry. The neural pathways of the brain provide a role in motivation, energy levels and mood.

Many people have relied on prescription medications to help them cope. This has helped some, but others may not be able to have side effects.

These alterations may cause unusual impulses, increased appetite, aggression and sadness. It is serious we will see some ways to combat depression naturally.

You may laugh, but exercise can do wonders for your mood. Just 30 minutes a day of low-intensity three to five times a week can reduce symptoms by 30 percent.

Exercise can help grow new brain cells. Just think about that a minute. Even stretching exercises for fifteen to twenty minutes a day three times a week can reduce symptoms of depression 29 percent. If you are in good physical condition and want to see dramatic results, then running regularly can really benefit you. Losing weight can increase their IQ and brain health. So if you are overweight keep that in mind.

A healthy diet is essential for the body healthy and brain. Stop eating fast food and processed foods. Think of them as his opponent. They want to defeat and bring you down. Accept the challenge and defeat them.

Fighting with a healthy diet rich in real foods such as fruits, vegetables and fish. Spinach is rich in folic acid, another vitamin good for your brain. A high quality fish oil or krill oil can give your brain a boost super. It contains the good fats. Rich in fatty acids DHA and EPA fish oil is a real brain booster can improve your mood. Getting enough sun will delight your attitude. You can set your internal clock and provide with vitamin D3. Sunshine may regulate its hormones such as melatonin and serotonin levels increase.

Do not forget vitamin B12. Many people are deficient in this important vitamin. It helps regulate the state of mind and brain function while battling depression and mood swings.

Some herbal medicines may help. St. John's Wort inhibits reuptake of neurotransmitters and may help with anxiety and depression. Passionflower can be used for anxiety, insomnia and restlessness. It can help calm nerves and mind. If your cholesterol levels are too low, below 150, then that could cause depression. So their control levels. Reduce stress can relieve mental fatigue and improve brain function. There are several ways to do this including meditation and yoga. Yoga can alter brain chemistry and stimulate the release of endorphins, while releasing stress. Massage can improve your wellbeing and relaxation, so treat yourself. The maintenance of close friends will help you manage your mood and improve your lifestyle so get out and mingle.

Take control of your life again. Decide you want to feel good and take measures with significant suggestions in this article.

Learn about natural the herbal remedies for depression and stress can be found on our website.

Author: Ross Lovegrove – MD – GoHerbal Limited – US/EU Herbal Remedies Specialists.

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