Don't let de­pres­sion drain your en­ergy, hope and drive. Rid of de­pres­sion and start liv­ing again

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De­pres­sion and anx­i­ety dis­or­der that's left un­treated can cause un­nec­es­sary suf­fer­ing and im­pair­ment for both the per­son who has it and the fam­ily. The link be­tween anx­i­ety and de­pres­sion, the two emo­tional states is quite ob­vi­ous. Most of the peo­ple suf­fer­ing from anx­i­ety dis­or­der, no mat­ter of its form, are aware of the fact that their re­ac­tions, fears and wor­ries are ex­ag­ger­ated, yet they can­not do any­thing to con­trol them. The frus­tra­tion ac­cu­mu­lated in time, trans­forms into de­pres­sion, thus lead­ing to an ag­gra­va­tion of the con­di­tion. Be­cause of this it is im­por­tant to know that de­pres­sion and anx­i­ety go to­gether and are in­ter­re­lated. It is pos­si­ble that de­pres­sion trig­gers anx­i­ety, but in the ma­jor­ity of the cases anx­i­ety lead to de­pres­sion. De­pres­sion usu­ally sets in when peo­ple suf­fer­ing from anx­i­ety re­al­ize that is some­thing wrong with them, try to fix that prob­lem but fail. This feel­ing of fail­ure is what causes de­pres­sion. And de­pres­sion leads to wor­ries and con­cerns, which lead to fur­ther de­pres­sion, like in a never-end­ing cir­cle. The most com­monly: In­som­nia/ over­sleep­ing, fear, stress and worry over in­signif­i­cant is­sues, sweat­ing, a feel­ing of neg­a­tiv­ity, hope­less­ness, guilt, help­less­ness, loss of in­ter­est or plea­sure in ac­tiv­i­ties that were once en­joyed, dif­fi­culty man­ag­ing mood swings, avoid­ance of fam­ily mem­bers and friends are the main symp­toms. The most ef­fec­tive way of treat­ing both con­di­tions is by un­der­go­ing Brain syn­chro­niza­tion ther­apy, hyp­nother­apy and coun­sel­ing ses­sions where pa­tients will learn how to con­trol their fears and emo­tions. They will be able to iden­tify the prob­lem which trig­gered these con­di­tions. Good news is that: Those who use this Method are cured of their anx­i­ety and De­pres­sion. Dr. USHA DHAWAL, MBBS, MS, PGDPC, PG.D (U.K.) Neu­ro­science Glas­gow, Clin­i­cal Hyp­nother­a­pies U.K. # 1722, Sec- 43B, Chd. 9814741145, 9914233771, www. powerur­

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