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Mental health. Our worst fears exposed?
Depression, fear and anxiety continue to mark a curse on children and adults around the world. Internal "issues" build, then burst into potentially life destroying anxiety panic attack. It's now wonder that more and more people are focused on brain health issues.
So, how do you determine "normal" brain health, and whether your brain's glands are producing either too much serotonin or not enough?
The Serotonin Depression Link.
Our understanding of this mind-body connection has rapidly expanded due to the world of neuro-science research, where brain health experts theorize that important brain "mood" regulators include natural serotonin and norepinephrine. Meanwhile, these same neuro-scientists theorize that your body utilizes these hormonal regulators as a chemical arbiter for "physical pain".
Create a serotonin deficiency and you'll gradually see the tentacles and growth in mental depression along with physical pain and discomfort.
Too Much Serotonin Versus Low Serotonin - What's Important?
Brain chemistry is complex stuff. Further complicating "guidelines" advice is the fact that natural serotonin levels can vary significantly between persons. Here's the generalized every-day-understanding to know about.
* Low Serotonin Levels.
Can "show" through a menu of distressed behavior patterns including obsessive compulsive disorder, depression, anxiety panic attacks, drowsy and bulimia food aversion.
* Too Much Serotonin.
An imbalance or serotonin overdose creates its own brand of crises, including the potential for fever, headaches, migraine, feel less hungry, coma, brain seizures, damages to your heart and cardiovascular system and in the event of true serotonin syndrome (toxicity) even death.
Technical Stuff To Know - Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor "Side Effects".
Any of the "psycho" drugs including the class of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor compounds act to increase serotonin across all neural pathways. Results? Side effects can include ongoing anxiety, insomnia, sexual dysfunction, gastrointestinal imbalance, dry mouth, nausea. On one hand, a serotonin norepinephrine increase addresses depression and pain. Taken too far, these therapies trigger nuisance side effects, which left undiagnosed can build into other health risks.
Bottom line? Your body adjusts to medical interventions, creating a "tolerance", so many of the "potential" down-side risks of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor compounds are relegated to "nuisance" factor for most people.
Will A Serotonin Supplement Work?
Yes. Consider that your brain has over 10 billion cells and perhaps 4 million miles of nerve fibers, so you're exhibiting one of the most complex organs ever developed. Even while each of these billions of cells may also have a network of over 25,000 "connections" with other cells, a serotonin supplement can, and will, work its way in between these "connections".
Brain cells will now "talk" differently to each other because receptor sites can be adjusted to slow down or speed-up messages, which we experience as "mood", "thought", "physical pain or pleasure" and so on. Imagine that all of this complex stuff, and whirring action is happening at around 120 mph through your brain's neural network!
As always, before you attempt to self medicate or try a new health regimen or program we suggest you retain the services of a qualified health care professional.
Depression and How It Affects Our Lives
Depression affects us all during our life time. Some are held in it's grasp to a greater degree than others. Depression can affect our sleep habits, our outlook on life and even our life. It can change the way that we think and act. It can keep us locked within dark places for long periods of time. Our functioning as human beings can be affected and curtailed by this disease. Genetics plays a role in this malady. Suicide rates are higher in some familles than others. People who suffer from this malady feel as though they are in a big and dark hole . Extricating themselves from the hole that they have dug for themselves is one big problem. Psychiatric help with the use of drug treatment is one viable alternative.
Many people that enter depression do not have a viable reason for entering that dark and deep hole. Two people that are affected by the exact same dilemmas can react totally different to the same problem. Some people are not effected by problems that send many others into a life threatening situation. Many people have built in coping mechanisms that derail the onset of depression. Good ways for people to off set the affects of depression is to do something that they enjoy. A vacation or get away may be good for one person but may not be good for another. Being among people may enhance recovery for some people and send others plummeting into despair. Family members and friends should treat this as a disease and recognize the fact that one usually has no control over the matter without professional help.
Depression can lead to death. A deeply depressed person can not rationalize how to escape his dilemma. Just the act of thinking about his problem is apt to drive him deeper into that depressive state. Rely on professional help and the good sense of family members and friends who can recognize problems in a person that the afflicted may not even recognize himself. Depression is one of the leading ills that affects modern day man. Many situations may contribute to it. Sometimes it requires no trigger mechanism to initiate the feelings of hopelessness and the feeling that life is not worth living. Those who think this way often rationalize that the best solution to the problems of life is to disconnect themselves from the problem of life. The pain that they have been suffering from would finally end. There is real pain in depression. The thoughts of doom and negativity are sometimes so great that the only solution for a person in a deeply depressed state is to terminate life.
Even though all of us suffer from stress related problems there are answers for many who suffer from extreme depression. There are hot lines set up for many sufferers in crisis type situations. Help is just a phone call away. There is also help for sufferers in the medical community. Maybe a conversation with a representative of a favorite religious community can help turn the torment. Our society recognizes that it has created many of the problems that effect sufferers. There is help out there for those who suffer.
Stephen Graham-Studied and graduated with a degree in Psychology. His writings are based on his life studies.
Clinical Depression is a catch all phrase for any number of depressive disorders. The symptoms of clinical depression affect everyone who suffers from it in different ways. Depression affects people across all age ranges, genders, ethnicities, cultures and religions. According to the American Psychiatric Association over 17 million men and women in the U.S. suffer from some form of clinical depression every year.
The society that we live in and the problems associated with it greatly contribute to depression. When a spouse leaves or when any other traumatic event occurs can contribute to depression. Most of us do not have the family structure available to handle these situations. We feel as if we are alone and isolated on an island. Many times the affected person can have an established family structure and still be affected by this disease. Whether it be the death of a loved one or the loss of a job, the end results can often times be the same.
Clinical depression is very different then the normal “blue” moods most people go through during their lives. Most people react to major let downs and traumatic experiences in their lives such as breakups of relationships or deaths of family or friends the same way. They have a period of mourning or just feeling in the dumps but after a few days to a week they start to return to their normal selves.
Clinical depression sufferers do not snap out of their depressed moods. They can spend weeks, months and even years trapped in their malaise. It is the length of the feelings and symptoms that will confirm a diagnosis of clinical depression but many people who suffer from this illness do not seek the help they need. They may not even realize that they are indeed suffering from a form of depression because their current condition has slowly manifested itself over a long period of time.
The common symptoms of clinical depression can be broken up into three categories. Any combination of these symptoms that last for more than a two week period of time signifies that someone is suffering with depression.
1. Physical Symptoms:
• Sleep problems – either insomnia or oversleeping and not having normal sleep patterns.
• Lack of energy and chronic fatigue
• Appetite changes leading to weight gain or loss.
• Headaches, digestive problems, back pain and other physical symptoms for which there is no medical illness.
2. Behavioral Symptoms:
• Loosing interest in hobbies and activities that were once enjoyable. Withdrawing from social functions and obligations.
• Memory loss, inability to concentrate and make good decisions.
• Lack of concern over personal appearance, responsibilities and work.
3. Emotional Symptoms:
• Feelings of hopelessness, worthlessness and guilt.
• Continual feelings of sadness or not feeling whole.
• Constant crying and weeping.
• Irritable feelings including anxiousness and agitation.
• Feeling like suicide or death is an alternative to living.
If any combination of these symptoms last for more than two weeks then a diagnosis of clinical depression will in most cases be made. Only by seeking out and receiving the proper treatment, either through medication, therapy, or a combination of the two, will the sufferer of clinical depression be able to start the road to recovery.
Essential Oils Shown To Alleviate Depression & Pain In Arthritis Patients
I have been a fan of essential oils for over 10 years now. I have found them personally useful for alleviating many physical and emotional issues in that time. I also especially find the aromas of many of them extremely inspiring and uplifting.
I have personally used a combination of Therapeutic Grade (an important concept in essential oils use) Frankincense and Lavender from Young Living Essential Oils for managing symptoms of depression as have some of my clients.
Here I report on a recent study done by Kim MJ, Nam ES, Paik SI.*** in Feb 2005 that employs a combination of lavender, marjoram, eucalyptus, rosemary, and peppermint in a carrier oil that looked at the effect of this combination on the symptoms of depression, pain and satisfaction in life in arthritis patients.
This study has some scientific significance as it was an unblinded study with a comparison control group. The sample consisted of 40 patients, enrolled in the Rheumatics Center, Kangnam St. Mary's Hospital, South Korea. It is important to keep in mind that there is no information about the methodology of the study provided in the abstract and that the power of the study could be increased through randomization of patients and blinding of treatment and assessment phases.
The study found that:
"Aromatherapy significantly decreased both the pain score and the depression score of the experimental group compared with the control group. However, aromatherapy didn't increase the feeling of satisfaction in life of the experimental group compared with the control group. "
Their final conclusion was:
"The result of this study clearly shows that aromatherapy has major effects on decreasing pain and depression levels. Based on our experiment's findings, we suggest that aromatherapy can be a useful nursing intervention for arthritis patients."
It is to be expected that the last parameter namely "satisfaction in life" would likely not respond as this is highly dependent on one's actual life situation and that this would in fact need to evolve or change.It has been my experience that individuals who succumb to chronic debilitating illnesses become traumatized by the actual length of time they find themselves incapacitated.
This often imprints them with many fears of returning to a normal life. I have been helping such individuals overcome their fears with a new process (the Mind Resonance Process(TM) (MRP)) that is used to complement the essential oils.The use of MRP in conjunction with Essential Oils is proving to be a useful strategy to mobilize such individuals back into a state of normalcy.
***Kim MJ, Nam ES, Paik SI., Taehan Kanho Hakhoe Chi. 2005 Feb;35(1):186-94.
Nick Arrizza M.D. is trained in medicine, psychiatry, is an international healer and life coach, an author, speaker, researcher and the developer of the powerful Mind Resonance Process(TM) (MRP).
Using Exercise to Battle Depression
The last thing most people who suffer from depression want to do is exercise. The dark hole of depression can make even getting out of bed everyday a seemingly impossible task. If you suffer from depression it is imperative that you see your doctor or a therapist first, but don’t be surprised if they prescribe some sort of exercise regimen for you to follow in addition to some of the more normal treatments for depression.
Now as hard as it may seem to get out and start exercising when you are depressed there are some real benefits to be had
1. Improves your confidence. As you get in better shape you will gain more confidence in yourself
and your ability to meet your goals.
2. Increases your self-esteem. Exercise will improve your appearance and your sense of self worth.
It will also improve your health and vitality.
3. A distraction. Having a set schedule for your exercise routine, no matter what it is,
gives you something to look forward to and can help take your mind off of your problems.
4. Stress relief. Exercise is a great way to relieve stress and frustration.
5. Getting out. Exercising allows you to get out and interact with other people,
whether at the gym or just greeting people during your nightly walk.
6. Good coping strategy. Exercise is beneficial to anyone who does it.
It is a positive way to deal with depression, anxiety or stress because you will benefit in the long run from it.
An important thing to remember is that as hard as it may seem to start exercising when you are depressed is that if you can get started the benefits will far outweigh any negative thoughts you may have about doing it. And once you get going don’t give up. Once you’ve decided to start exercising make sure you don’t over do it. Because nothing will cause you to loose all interest than a sore and broken body. Here are some general guidelines to consider before you start your exercise program.
1. Talk to your doctor or therapist first. They can help guide you and refer you to someone who can help you set up an exercise program that’s right for you.
2. Set simple goals. Exercise should be fun and make you feel good. Don’t approach it like you are training for the Olympics. Start easy and build from there.
3. Go with what you enjoy. If you have worked out in the past and enjoyed what you were doing start with that again. For some people just simply going for a walk is enjoyable for them.
4. Find a workout buddy. Exercising with a friend is great for helping lift your mood. It gives you someone to talk to and enjoy your work-out with.
5. Go outside. Getting out in the fresh air and sun is always a good way to improve your mood. Even if you work-out in a gym, take the time to go for a walks a couple of times a week.
6. Don’t let setbacks get you down. Some days you may not be able to get in your exercise. Don’t let that bother you, it happens to everyone. Keep at it and you will see your growth.
Using exercise as a treatment for depression is a growing trend. But you should always consult your doctor or therapist if you are feeling depressed or exhibit the symptoms of depression. Embarking on an exercise program on your own is not the right thing to do. It should be used in conjunction with other treatments such as medication and therapy. Taken together with these other therapies, exercise can be a great way to help battle your depression.
Andrew Bicknell is a writer and owner of Depression and You.com. Visit his website for more information about depression during menopause and other depression disorders.
Childhood depression is a very real but sometimes elusive illness that affects the young today. We take a look at what it actually means and how unity and support in the family can help fight its hold over a child.
At the recently concluded Asia Pacific Suicide Prevention Convention 2006, we learnt a few startling facts about children and suicide. For example, in a worldwide survey, 7.3% to 38% of the children surveyed demonstrated suicide ideation, which is the idea of wanting to kill themselves. In Singapore, close to 4.7% of children entertain this morbid thought. While the figure may be alarming, there is no need to panic as it is actually not uncommon to think about suicide.
Ask anyone in the street if he had thought about suicide before and the answer will most probably be a `yes'. Thinking about something as serious as killing oneself and actually doing it are two different matters. Out of all childhood suicides, approximately 23.5% are associated with mental illness such as depression, schizophrenia and others. Seeing the numbers and understanding that depression is one of the key causes that drive our young to suicide. It is time we understand a little more about this elusive illness called "Childhood Depression".
The Definition of Childhood Depression
In a 2004 article published by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry http://www.aacap.org/publications/factsfam/depressd.htm , childhood depression is defined as "an illness when the feelings of depression persist and interfere with a child or adolescent's ability to function."
Feelings of depression are represented in the forms of mood, physical, mental and behavioural changes in a child. Dr Ken Ung, Senior Consultant Child, Adolescent & Adult Psychiatrist & Psychotherapist at Adam Road Hospital describes the signs of childhood depression as persistent "irritability or loss of interest, loss of appetite and weight, poor sleep , lethargy, headache, stomach pain, loss of concentration, preoccupation with self-harm or suicide, refusal to go to school, increased temper tantrums and antisocial behaviours such as smoking, drinking and running away from home. Any combination of these changes that lasts for more than two weeks could spell a child falling into depression and warrants a closer look.
Many of the symtoms listed are actually applicable to both adults and children but there are telling differences. Age, in a non-categorical way, does make a difference in the presentation of depressive behaviour. "We don't tend to categorize (childhood depression) in terms of age groups," says Dr Ung, " but we can generally say that adolescent depression tends to look more like adult type depression , whereas, childhood depression can be more `a typical' perhaps manifesting in bodily pains and behaviour changes. The closer the age of a child to adulthood - the more we can expect to see an adult-type depression.
Types of childhood depression
There is no clear categorization of childhood depression. According to Dr Ung, "Typing depression is notoriously difficult and fashions come and go. We now tend to type it according to severity i.e. mild, moderate and severe. Sometimes, we use the term `reactive' depression to denote the type that is due to a reaction to some stress (such as the sudden passing of a loved one). Although very rare in children, `psychotic' depression refers to the presence of psychotic symptoms, which are symptoms that show that the person has lost touch with reality, i.e. hearing voices, believing irrational, bizarre or incredible thoughts."
By understanding depression you will realize that you are not alone and there are many good resourses that will help you get the depression help you need. There are many different types of depression, here are just a few and some basic descriptions of each.
Another childhood psychiatry expert, Dr Sharon Chan of Sharon Chan Child Guidance Clinic, who has been practicing child psychiatry since 1988 concurs, "I am not sure that there is such a categorization (of childhood depression).. because the entity is still controversial, it follows adult depression patterns (sic) - chronic, single episode or recurrent, adjustment disorder, bipolar etc."
Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depression, is a type of mood disorder marked by extreme changes in mood, energy levels and behaviour. Symptoms can begin in early childhood but more typically emerge in adolescence or adulthood. Children with bipolar disorder usually alternate rapidly between extremely high moods (mania) and low moods (depression). These rapid mood shifts can produce irritability with periods of wellness between episodes, or the young person may feel both extremes at the same time. Parents who have children with the disorder often describe them as unpredictable, alternating between aggressive or silly and withdrawn.
Stages of childhood depression
According to a Harvard Medical School Publication, " The picture changes with age. Up to age three, the signs (of childhood depression) may include feeding problems, tantrums, and lack of playfulness and emotional expressiveness. AT ages 3-5, depressed children may be accident-prone and subject to phobias. Even before age 5, they may show signs of self-reproach by apologizing unnecessarily for minor mistakes and transgressions like spilling food or forgetting to put clothes away. Children of early school age (6-8) sometimes show depression with vague physical complaints and aggressive behavior. They may cling to their parents and avoid new people and challenges. At ages 9-12, some common symptoms are morbid thoughts and lying awake worrying about schoolwork. By then, children have enough intellectual capacity and social understanding to think about reasons for their depression , and they may blame themselves for disappointing their parents."
When asked for his opinion on this analysis, Dr Ung says, " I think that this is a good guide by and large. Nevertheless, this is merely a guide and should not ne taken as set in stone. For example, a 12 year old boy may show signs of depression by aggressive behaviour and phusical complaints."
For Dr Chan, "Depression before the age of six is very rare. In fact, I do not think that there is general agreement that it exists. In a young child, the common emotional condition is anxiety, not so much depression. From six years onwards, I would agree with the given description."
Children under stress, who experience loss , or who have attention , learning , conduct or anxiety disorders are at a higher risk for depression. Depression also tends to run in families.
Lena (not her real name) is a 17 year-old student who recently suffered a relapse and fell into depression once more. Lena has been troubled by depression since the age of 12. Once again, she has no appetite for food, is feeling listless and confused, lost alot of weight and is isolating herself from others.
Lena's mother, 49 year old clerical staff Sonia (not her real name), recounts her daughter's experience with depression, " It all started after Lena's father passed away. At first , nothing seemed wrong. SHe was very sad but she did not shed a tear at his funeral. It was a year after that she started to miss him badly. This was compounded by being bullied in school and stressed by schoolwork. Always a quiet child, Lena became even more withdrawn. She had trouble sleeping, would cry for no reason, refused to eat and talked about hurting herself."
Seeing her daughter's condition, Sonia brought Lena to a Polyclinic which referred them to a psychiatrist at a hospital. Lena was given antidepressants and started having regular therapy sessions with psychiatrists and counsellors. She tried to follow their advice of not thinking negatively, to focus on developing her interests and to make a timetable for each day. Everyday was a struggle but she managed to recover with time.
"She said she liked the counselling sessions where she could talk to someone about her feelings and problems." say Sonia of Lena's reaction to treatment. "Slowly, she got better to the point that she was more cheerful and could laugh and giggle like a normal young girl. She even enrolled in yoga classes that helped her gained fitness and to relax."
For Sonia, being supportive of Lena through the down times and being sensitive to her needs are her priorities. "I told her that her health is more important than studies. When I'm at work, I try to call her and talk to her whenever I can. She will tell me things like, " Mummy, I'm useless and I don't know what to do," and I will try to encourage her to look on the bright side, not to think too much..etc.. I have to try to give her lots of love, my full support and attention."
What most doctors agree on is that medication should not be used unnecessarily on children and that when used, it should be accompanied with the right counselling and therapy. " It's interesting that recent studies have not been able to prove that antidepressants work in children. This could be because children are not mini adults and what works for adults may not work for kids," says Dr Ung.
There is also little research of how antidepressants work on children and prescription drugs may increase the risk of self-harm for some vulnerable ones. However, Dr Ung adds, "To keep a perspective on things, the increase of antidepressants prescriptions is small, probably around 2% in affected children given inactive medications (placebos) to about 4% of those on active medication."
Counselling, it seems , plays the key role in helping children recover from depression. "A good counsellor will try to get information from parents, child and school and will try his or her best to co-ordinate the counselling to incorporate all these parties. Cognitive-behavioural therapy is one of the commonest forms of counselling techniques used nowadays - it seeks to change the negative thoughts of the child to more realistic and positive ones and also t help the child make action/behavioural changes that will help lift the mood," adds the psychiatrist.
Cyber Help With the computer-savvy generation of today, some children or teens may choose to express their thoughts and feelings in cyber space. http://www.depnet.com is a community website launced in March to provide information and counselling services for depression. A `diary' services allows members to post daily updates on their mental and emotional experiences while a `letterbox' service provides them with an opportunity to ask questions to a panel of experts. Most importantly, a service like this seeks to educate the public on the existence of depression and encourage those who are depressed to seek help. Following examples, depressed children may be inspired by a strong sense of community to step out of a possible state of isolation. Adults too, can visit to gather more information and advice before deciding how best to seek help.
Understanding is Key.
"Sometimes, depressed children are mistakenly labelled as lazy, stubborn or difficult," says Dr Chan. This is largely due to a lack of knowledge and understanding on the adults' part. Children, unlike adults are dependent on their families and guardians to identify their troubles and seek help.
Dr Ung adds," One common misconception is that the child is mad. This is totally not so. Another is that the child is `weak'. Some famous people who are strong of character and have suffered depression include Abraham Lincoln. Another misconception is that it is incurable or that the child is `bad'. Depression is a very treatable condition and the change of behaviour from depression should not be mistaken for `badness'.
Many people feel that depression is their own problem suffering alone, and often feeling isolated. Getting depression help can be hard when you are in a state of mind, where you feel no one will understand you. Getting depression help can mean the difference between having a slight or mild case of depression, or lapsing into a severe heavy state of depression which could require long term antidepressant use or even hospitalization. Understanding Depression can be the first step to recovery. Once you understand your depression and realize you are not alone, getting depression help will be much easier.
When you are first diagnosed with depression, many doctors on the first visit will skip prescribing one of the many antidepressants and will often suggest that you to see a counselor. Often seeking depression help from a counselor maybe all you need to cure your depression, and the use a antidepressants may not be necessary. Furthermore, even if you are not clinically depressed, seeking the aid of a counselor or support group can get you back on your feet without the use of drugs. Understanding depression and the many types and treatments available should be the first step you take when seeking depression help.
Bipolar actually used to be called “manic-depression”. It is recognized for its erratic mood swings. The sufferer usually swings from great highs with wild ideas to extreme lows where they can become at risk of “suicide”.
Major depression also known as Clinical Depression or Unipolar Depression is considered the most serious type of depression in terms of symptoms and severity.
Dysthymic Disorder is less severe in symptoms then major depression but its duration is usually diagnosed after experiencing two or more of the following symptoms for more than 2 years.
Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder
Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) is considered much more sever then Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) for its characteristics of deep depression and irritability usually a week or two prior or during menstruation.
If you are a teen and need depression help a good online resourse can be found at: http://teenadvice.about.com/od/depressionhelp/
The most important thing for people to know is that even in your hardest times, there is more to life than nothing at all. Life is a worthy challenge one must always meet.
Understanding depression and getting depression help is sometimes only a click or a phone call away.
DM Driscoll Petoskey, Michigan
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