Depression what to do?

More than 10% of the American population is on antidepressants. But, according to Dr Daniel Amen of Amen clinics, there are at least 7 different types of depression and antidepressants are not the solution and often have dangerous side effects.

Amen says you’ll have better results using daily exercise, fish oil supplements and positive thinking.
But what else?

A typical fish oil softgel; not to scale
Take fish oil or omega 3 and 6

If you’re feeling depressed
here are some key thoughts and solutions:

Dr Paul Scheele – adjust your posture to adjust your mood
find something bigger than yourself to fight for
Dr Judith Kravitz – breathe!
Dr Richard Moss – be present in your body and feel appreciation even if you don’t know why.
Guy Finley – examine, then lose interest in this false sense of self instead of giving yourself over to it.
Dr Raeffaela Colombo – manage your sleep to manage mood swings.

Over the coming weeks I’ll be exploring the work of several experts who can really help you overcome depression without taking antidepressants.

I’ll also be exploring how your hands can help you see and hold a higher vision of yourself.

This will all take place in Earth School.

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More about Earth School?

There are 2 tiers.
Free seats (open to all)
and Paid seats (learn by doing)

The free seats give you access to the main auditorium.
This is where you can listen to experts from various fields talk about their solutions in their field of expertise.

The paid seats are where you apply this information by looking at your life through the lens of your fingerprints.

Find out more about Earth School here.

The first call is 23 September 2010 with Richard Unger. We’ll  be exploring hand analysis  markers related to depression, melancoly, mood swings, sadness as part of one’s identity, feeling suicidal, sad thinking, bipolar tendencies, hope, hopelessness and ascension, conscious evolution, turning negative states to positive  and lots more.

4 thoughts on “Depression what to do?

  1. dan Reply

    I was in a regular state of depression and found it very difficult to pull my self out of it. The stress for example of socializing when you have a stutter and trying to gain employment would take a lot out of me. My hair started to turn gray when I was only twenty-one years of age.

  2. Math Reply

    Depression got the best of me when I was just 18 years old,but I somehow got myself together with some help from my closest friends.I really tried not to depend too much on antidepressant.

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