PER­MA­NENT ANX­I­ETY AND DE­PRES­SION SO­LU­TION...

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- De­pres­sion and Anx­i­ety is a dis­or­der that can se­ri­ously af­fect the body, mood, and thoughts of a per­son ex­pe­ri­enc­ing this some­times de­bil­i­tat­ing disease dis­turb­ing a per­son's ev­ery as­pect of life. Per­son suf­fer­ing with De­pres­sion and Anx­i­ety can­not sim­ply pull them­selves out of the way that they are feel­ing. Neg­a­tive feel­ing, guilt, worth­less­ness, rest­less­ness or ir­ri­tabil­ity

Trou­ble con­cen­trat­ing

- Mood swings - Loss of in­ter­est in sex, ,

hob­bies

Sleep lessens

Pal­pi­ta­tion, sweat­ing,

- Chest pain

Lon­li­ness POWERURMIND RE­SEARCH CEN­TRE

Treat­ment Plan In­cludes:- 1. Bal­ance Brain Chem­istry with Fre­quen­cies

2. Easy to do self help Pro­gram

3. Doc­tor Mod­ule

4. Psy­cho­log­i­cal Tests A Powerurmind tech­nique is a sys­tem devel­oped over the years of ex­pe­ri­ence deal­ing with thou­sands of pa­tients. The sys­tem deals with chang­ing the thought pat­tern and balancing the brain chem­istry. We also use hyp­nother­apy to re­pro­gram sub­con­scious mind to change the be­lief and re­duce anx­i­ety. Mo­ti­va­tional coun­sel­ing also plays an im­por­tant role. Stress from school or col­lege may be con­sid­ered one of the ma­jor causes of teen de­pres­sion. Re­ceiv­ing bad grades in a cer­tain sub­ject may put tremen­dous pres­sure on a stu­dent. Some­times par­ents may put stress upon a teen be­cause they want them to excel in school. Coun­sel­ing par­ents is some time es­sen­tial to re­duce un­due stress on chil­dren. We ad­vice Powerurmind ther­apy and coun­sel­ing. We treat with the "Powerurmind tech­niques"& ther­apy to bal­ance sero­tonin by rais­ing "feel good" neu­ro­trans­mit­ters which are med­i­cally ac­cepted in­ter­na­tion­ally and is to­tally sci­en­tif­i­cally ap­proach giv­ing ex­cel­lent re­sults.

Dr. USHA DHAWAL MBBS, MS, PGDPC,

PG.D (U.K.)

www. powerurmind.com

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