Mental Health Depression Kills
Mental Health Depression Kills We hear reports around the globe of the many souls that suffer depression because of overwhelming stress. With wars, poverty, and violence going on around us is it any wonder that depression is an issue? Statistics have proven that depression is linked to increased heart attacks and heart disease. Researchers have not proved that depression is the cause of heart disease, but they do feel it is a contribution.
Depression is also the root of suicide increase. Yet the fatal mistake that doctors make is over medicating the patient. Medications not only suppress the problem, but it contributes to medical issues. The result, the problem is still there. Everyday studies are finding current information and yet the information is often tossed to the backseat while traditional treatments continue.
Innovative studies reveal that in contrast, intellectual and in depth, research coupled with insight helps scientist understand depression. After study the mental illness, closely they concluded in once study that depression is linked to existing heart diseases.
With premature death-related to heart disease caused by premature changes in women. In other words, postmenopausal issues were said to be linked. After careful research, it was shown that antidepressant drugs might cause more harm to patients.
Observers that watched these women claimed that women were at higher risk of heart attacks while inducing antidepressants. The Archives of Internal Medicines after conducting surveys claimed that more than 90,000 women over the age of fifty and out of 16 percent suffered major depression.
This was half the women, and this half was taking antidepressants. The researchers continued their studies and found that postmenopausal women suffered depression, and because of taking antidepressants, over half the women were at risk of death related to heart diseases.
In 2003, new researchers concluded that the percentage of women at risk would also be subject to fractured bones, and that more than 8,000 women over sixty-five were prescribed medications and the medicines had affected the central nervous system.
Researchers deduced that after taking prescribed drugs for five years the women were noticeably showing risks of fracturing bones, and those that did not take the drugs lived healthier lives. After careful studies researchers concluded that, the prescribed drugs were the linking cause of psychical symptoms.
To reduce depression, one must exercise, eat healthy, write in journals, and use self-induced analytic profiling and evaluation of self. It is extremely important that a person comes to understand their handicap and deal with it. More studies have shown that when the spine is out of alignment, or injured that it links to depression, which is often caused by stress. Often when we visit our Chiropractor, they can help us to get our spine back in alignment, which has proven to relieve stress and depression.
Despite the studies that concluded that antidepressants could put a patient at risk, doctors around the globe still take out their prescription pads and start writing. Often the problem is ignored, and blame is placed on the patients, while the doctors continue prescribing.
Now you must ask the question, are you at risk? If so, you need to take care that you consult with the proper physician. Ask him to monitor your issues carefully and sway him away from prescribing antidepressants.
Stay alert to your mental health and avoid floundering, as this contributes to depression. There are solutions to any problems that will work for you. Get out of the house and socialize. Accept a sport that you may enjoy. Read a damn enjoyable book or write one yourself. Writing is a gift, an art, and a contribution to Freedom of Speech; let the words flow.
As I analyzed this distraction, I concluded that depression is a mask of broken memories backed with links to medical issues formed and ignored. The spinal and nervous system are remarkably relative if not constituting the main cause of this distraction. What happens is people that suffer fail to exercise, sit straight, bend appropriately, and so forth. The result is that the spine is dislocated. When the spine is out of line, problems will arise. Depression can kill only if you let it! After reviewing depression, we can next look at traits in mental health.
Best Wishes, Coyalita
Behavioral Rehabilitative Specialist
See Tomorrow: “Mental Health and Traits”
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