Natural Ways to Combat Anxiety and Depression

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Do You Have Depression? 

Natural ways to help depression. 

There is a time and a place for prescriptions, but there are also times when natural treatments, lifestyle, and diet changes can make a significant difference in symptoms. 


It’s time to take control of your health and remove the barriers to healing. 

One in ten Americans are taking anti-depressants. 


This video is about….

Balancing emotions 

Mind/body healing

Practicing forgiveness

Channeling stress  

Nutritional building blocks 


Make lifestyle decisions that create physical, mental, and emotional health. 


Nutrition is the foundation of physical and mental health. If you have imbalances or disease it causes someone to not feel good and when you don’t feel good you may feel depressed. It is a vicious cycle. 


There are conditions that cause hormone fluctuations that may manifest as symptoms of depression and anxiety, including thyroid problems, malnutrition, pain, electromagnetic sensitivity, allergies, lack of sleep, nutrient deficiencies, or chronic stress. 


Managing your stress levels naturally with consistent stress outlets, meditation, journaling, or exercise is highly effective, but underrated. 


Balancing brain chemicals can be done through natural compounds like Folic Acid, GABA, GPC, or TPH. Tryptophan can aid and help the brain make its own serotonin. 


Diet and Nutrition: 

Eliminate fast foods, simple carbohydrates, caffeine, artificial sweeteners, gluten, fried foods, and sugar. 

Watch out for sugar-filled breakfast foods

A “junk food diet” can substantially affect a person's risk for depression 

Non-GMO fruits and vegetables, brown rice, beans, essential fatty acids, and protein. 

Getting enough fat in your system can improve brain health. 

Drink plenty of water

Get on a consistent sleep schedule


Start with these tips: 

  • Essential fatty acids 6,000-8,000mg 
  • Liver and Gallbladder function to absorb fat 
  • Eat protein, fat, and complex carbohydrates 
  • Support the pancreas and balance blood sugar 
  • Channel stress consistently and support emotional health 
  • Eat small, consistent meals to reduce fluctuations in blood sugar

Ready to Take Control of Your Health? 

One of the biggest failures of the medical community is failing to look at the root cause of what is going on in the body.  When we get sick, experience pain, or feel unwell, it is usually an indication something is out of balance.  Are you ready to STOP the cycle?  

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