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Everyone has spells of feeling down, but depression is more than just spending a few days feeling sad or unhappy. Depression can make you feel persistently sad and down for weeks or months at a time.

While some people believe that depression is trivial or not a genuine health problem, it’s actually a real condition that affects around one in 10 people over the course of their lives. It impacts people of all genders and ages – including children.



Symptoms of depression can be very different from person to person. However, as a general rule, if you are depressed you feel hopeless, sad and lacking interest in things that used to make you feel happy.

Depression symptoms are bad enough to interfere with work, social life and family life, and can persist for weeks or months.

Doctors describe depression in one of three ways, depending on how serious it is:

  • mild depression – has some impact on daily life
  • moderate depression – has a significant impact on your daily life
    severe depression – this makes it nearly impossible to get through your life day to day

A few people with severe depression may have symptoms of psychotic depression.

Below is a list of depression symptoms – it’s unlikely that one person would have all of them.

Psychological depression symptoms include:

  • continuous sadness or low mood
  • losing interest in things
  • losing motivation
  • not getting any enjoyment in life
  • feeling tearful
  • feeling guilty
  • feeling anxious
  • feeling irritable
  • finding it hard to make decisions
  • feeling intolerant of other people
  • feeling helpless
  • feeling hopeless
  • low self-esteem
  • feeling worried
  • thinking about suicide
  • thinking about harming yourself

Physical symptoms include:

  • speaking or moving slower than usual
  • aches and pains that can’t be explained
  • losing, or sometimes gaining, appetite or weight
  • constipation
  • loss of interest in sex
  • disturbed sleep (having trouble falling asleep, for example, or waking up very early)
  • loss of energy
  • changes in your menstrual cycle

Social symptoms are common too. These include:

  • avoiding talking to or spending time with your friends
  • taking part in fewer social activities
  • neglecting interests and hobbies
  • doing poorly at work
  • difficulties with your family or home life

It’s not always possible to tell that you’re having symptoms of depression right away – it can start and progress gradually. A lot of people don’t realise they’re ill and try to carry on and cope with their symptoms. Sometimes it takes a friend or family member to notice that there’s a problem.



Different types of depression

There are different types of depression, and there are some conditions where depression is a symptom. These conditions include:

Bipolar disorder – people with bipolar disorder, which is also known as “manic depression”, experience times of depression, where the symptoms are similar to clinical depression. They also go through phases when they have excessively high moods (known as “mania”). Bouts of mania can include harmful behaviour like unsafe sex, spending sprees and gambling.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is also called “winter depression”. It’s depression that is related to weather, usually winter, so it happens seasonally.
Postnatal depression happens to some women after they’ve had a baby.




A diffuser works effectively on depression and brain chemistry.

Diffuse (see below) Depression and Anxiety for at least 8 hours during the night while sleeping. For depression due to trauma, include Trauma Blend.

Drink, one capsule, once a day of the Depression Support (Ingestible).

Healing your gut is key in the treatment of depression; your gut produces 95% of the body’s supply of serotonin and hundreds of neurochemicals that the brain needs to regulate basic processes. Suggestion therefore would be to also drink 1 capsule Gut Cleanse, once a day. Also, drink Collagen 350g 450g 700g and Bone Broth 350g 450g regularly.

Depression and Anxiety Blend; this blend cannot be used internally but should rather be inhaled (see below), topically apply 10-15 drops over the chest and navel, as needed.

Diffuse some or all of the following oils during the day :

Bergamot 5ml 10ml

Cedarwood 5ml 10ml

Frankincense 5ml  10ml

Lavender 5ml 10ml

Melissa 5ml 10ml

Neroli 5ml 10ml

Orange 5ml 10ml

Roman Chamomile 5ml 10ml

Rose Geranium 5ml 10ml

Vetiver 5ml 10ml

Ylang-Ylang 5ml 10ml

Diffuse 2-3 drops of each oil; maximum 10-12 drops in total, at a time.
NOTE: Always use an ultrasonic diffuser (with a diffusing duration of at least 8 hours), to diffuse pure essential oils. Do not use a humidifier, air purifier, or a candle, as they only smell good and have no further effect. An electric, ultrasonic, diffuser dispenses essential oils into the air through vibrations of a plate which causes ultrasonic waves, creating microscopic particles of oils that disperse into the air. It, therefore, breaks open the essential oil volatile molecules, to have a medicinal effect in that it can penetrate through the blood-brain barrier. It is always good to use a diffuser at night while you are sleeping.  
Inhale (see below) 1 drop each Bergamot 5ml 10ml, Lavender 5ml 10ml and Ylang-Ylang 5ml 10ml, breath in these oils slowly and also rub the oils on your feet and stomach.
Inhale Method 
Drip 2-3 drops of suggested essential oil or as otherwise directed, into the palm of the hands, rub once to open the molecules (rubbing will evaporate the oil), cup your hands around your mouth and nose, and deeply inhale. 
Supplement with Fish Oil high in EPA, which is critical for neurotransmitter function – an important component in emotional and physiological brain balance.  Vitamin D3 helps improve seasonal affective disorder (may manifest as depression).

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