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Promoting Optimal Health with Traditional Chinese Medicine: Depression & Anxiety

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What are the signs and symptoms?

Are you or your loved ones struggling with decline in voluntary activities, appearing slow and passive, sadness, a loss of interest or pleasure, a tendency to withdraw, speaking little, feelings of hopelessness or anxiety, irritability, lack of energy, or a disturbance of perception? Are you or your loved ones experiencing physical symptoms include headache, dizziness, anorexia, tinnitus, nausea, poor eyesight, lassitude in the loins, cold limbs, dry mouth? If so, you or your loved ones may be among the millions of men and women who are coping with depression and anxiety.

 

What is depression & anxiety?

Depression and anxiety are affective diseases characterized primarily by the following symptoms: moodiness, sadness, and a depressed mood. Studies show that the causes of depression are related to socio-environmental factors, and the incidence in female patients is twice as high as in male patients. Depression and anxietyc an occur at any age, including childhood. However, the common time of onset is the early middle age, and it is particularly prevalent among the elderly.

 

What causes depression & anxiety?

The causes of depression and anxiety are mainly related to the following factors:

  • Heredity
  • An introverted personality, manifested as being timid, easily upset, narrow minded, sentimental, and susceptible.
  • Socio-environmental factors and physical diseases; for example, people living under severe stress, the elderly without a spouse or friends, people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis which can cause pain and disability, leading to depression.
  • Hormonal factors such as hypothyroidism and hypercortisolism can contribute to depression.
  • People who received COVID vaccinations, and patients with long-haul COVID, are more likely to experience depression and anxiety.

 

What complications are there with depression & anxiety?

Untreated clinical depression and anxiety is a serious problem. Untreated depression and anxiety increases the chance of risky behaviors such as drug or alcohol addiction. It also can ruin relationships, cause problems at work, and make it difficult to overcome serious illnesses.

Clinical depression and anxiety affects the way you eat and sleep. It affects the way you feel about yourself and those around you. It even affects your thoughts.

 

What is the most common treatment for depression & anxiety?

Western medicine uses antidepressants for the treatment of depression and anxiety. Although they can regulate the metabolism of the central neurotransmitter and improve clinical symptoms, they are associated with numerous side effects when taken on a long-term basis.

TCM Depression Anxiety


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