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Depression is a major and widespread disorder in today’s society, affecting all age groups from all walks of life and is something that needs to be correctly identified and managed then treated accordingly.
There are many different factors that need to be taken into consideration when looking at ways to try and combat depression, for example the potential causes, the person’s age and background, genetics and also any medication that a patient may currently be taking. In teenagers, for example the depression could be driven by changing or imbalanced hormones, or there could be any number of other common conditions that play a part in the depression of a diverse range of other people such as pregnancy, menopause, illness, pain, grief or any current medication that is being administered and taken.
For sufferers of depression it is important to try and look at methods not only of treating this common mood disorder but also identifying ways of preventing it from occurring by taking a look at some of the current lifestyle factors that may affect the severity of the depression such as environment, diet, habits and relationships.
Forming new habits aimed at lifting mood or promoting feelings of positivity is another important factor to consider for sufferers of depression.
There are many different types of depression so it is important to be able to identify the symptoms of the different varieties. For example, depression can be classified into different categories, each with different levels of intensity, seriousness and symptoms.Firstly there is what is known as Major Depression, which is obviously quite serious; then there is a slightly less intense form known as Chronic Depression; Atypical Depression, as its name suggests, may not be so obviously identifiable as a form of depression and then Postpartum Depression, Manic Depression (also known as Bipolar Disorder), Seasonal Depression (also known as SAD), Psychotic Depression and ‘Serotonin Syndrome’ all affect the sufferer in different ways and exhibit varying symptoms and degrees of intensity.
It is a fact that everyone feels a little disheartened or ‘down’ at some point in their life such as when loved ones pass or when their confidence or self-image get dented in some way. But what happens when these feelings become overwhelming or too intense to cope with? Sometimes people carry these feelings for prolonged periods without any hope of respite and if this is the case, it is important to recognize the symptoms of the different forms of depression that affect people.
Some of the known symptoms of depression include: low confidence or self-esteem, decreased or lack of energy, feelings of hopelessness, guilt, insomnia or excessive sleeping, difficulty with decision-making, restlessness or irritability, loss of appetite or overeating, decreased sex drive, aches and pains, consistent anxiety, sadness and thoughts of taking one’s own life.
Unfortunately suicide is usually also closely related to depression and the warning signs may include such traits as losing interest in things that once meant a lot, constant talk of death, sudden mood swings, increased evidence of risk-taking, exhibiting or talking about hopelessness or showing signs of low self esteem, trying to put things in order and tie up ‘loose ends’, and using terms like ‘I’d be better off dead”.
Causes of depression are again quite diverse depending on the person suffering, their situation, their environment and even their background and personal or family history.
Some of the everyday or normally accepted parts of life such as the death of family or friends, the loss of a job or the inability to find one, the end of a close relationship or even general feelings of low self-worth and lack of confidence that may be quite common to some groups such as teenagers or menopausal women are all contributing factors or triggers of depression in some people. If a person finds it particularly difficult to move on from a grievance or loss for example, they may well be exhibiting early signs of depression that may then require some form of treatment at a later date.
The diagnosis should focus firstly on what type of depression the patient is thought to be suffering from, i.e. Major Depression, Chronic Depression or Manic Depression for example.
The doctor may decide to do a specialized blood test but these are generally thought to be inconclusive as they can only reveal physical symptoms, so that the only realistic option the practitioner then has is talking to the patient at length and in-depth and trying to ascertain the type of depression based on symptoms or moods exhibited by them. The patient may be asked to talk about any changes in behavior, mood or habits that they have undergone, for example so that the type and degree of depression are able to be ascertained.
Effective diagnosis of depression is actually not that easy due to the varied, wide number of associated symptoms which may or may not be associated with the condition, many of which contradict each other even though related to the same condition.. Some people may become withdrawn and isolated for example whereas others may become more vocal and aggressive or agitated than is normal for them; some sufferers lose their appetites completely and others overeat so sometimes the symptoms can be quite confusing, varying from person to person with every case. The doctor may also base his diagnosis around other factors such as personal and family history and as physical symptoms don’t always coincide with the way that a person may be feeling, the doctor may ask questions to try and ascertain such things as whether or not the patient feels sad a lot of the time, has lost interest in anything usual recently, feels guilty, helpless or worthless, is constantly pessimistic, cries a lot, doesn’t have much energy, feels irritable, has difficulty making decisions, problems sleeping, has lost or experienced an increase in their appetite, has low self-esteem or has even considered taking their own life.
The practitioner may decide on any of a number of directions to take including, for example such diverse treatments as interpersonal therapy, psychodynamic therapy, psychotherapy or even electric shock treatment; or, the doctor may decide to administer an antidepressant.
Antidepressants are usually only administered in what are considered to be extreme cases, mainly due to the fact that there is a long list of associated unpleasant side-effects linked to some of the most common medications like Xanax and this is also apparently one of the main reasons why a lot of patients actually discontinue their own medication. Withdrawal from antidepressants is another common problem encountered by most users.
Recently, however, there has been increased interest in some of the more alternative or natural treatments and remedies with regard to combating depression.
XanaRoll, for example is one of those treatments that is rapidly gaining a reputation as an all-natural, mainly plant-based alternative to some of the unpleasant known and unknown side-effects usually associated with chemical based medications and has already proven its worth as an extremely effective remedy for symptoms of anxiety, panic or moodiness that are often related to depression. XanaRoll’s main active ingredients are derived from plants such as the Blue Lotus and the Kratom which both contain medicinal properties suited to the treatment of depression yet without any of the potential side-effects, including addiction. The Kratom is native to South East Asian regions and is known to produce calming, mildly euphoric effects on people who have problems with depression, anxiety and even withdrawal from other drugs due to its two main active ingredients hydroxymitragynine and mitragynine. When combined with the Blue Lotus, the Kratom helps in promoting feelings of wellbeing and inducing a more relaxed overall state of mind which makes it an excellent treatment for the symptoms of some forms of depression.
Although there are now a number of other ‘alternative’ remedies currently available, XanaRoll has been more successful than other competing brands mainly due to its more potent combination of ingredients (with much higher concentrations than other producers) which ensures that it does indeed produce the desired effects that it claims to.
When comparing XanaRoll to ‘conventional’ pharmaceutical medications such as Xanax, there are a few similarities. XanaRoll looks just like other anti depressant drugs and produces more or less the same effects (the required ones) and yet research has indicated that this natural remedy is completely harmless and non habit-forming, making it an excellent choice in the battle against depression.