Many people live each day with depression that has been marginalized, misdiagnosed, or even untreated. Depression can happen at any stage of life and should be treated as a serious medical condition. The following is a list everyone should know about depression:
There is no one cause for depression. Stressful events can cause this disease. So can a pre existing genetic factor. Many things can contribute to the start of depression. Follow Neurocore on Facebook.
There are different types of depression. Not every case of depression is the same. There is Seasonal Effective Disorder, low sunlight in the winter months can cause this type. Postpartum Depression affects many new moms every year. Major Depressive Disorder is characterized by feeling low with no self esteem daily for at least two weeks. And the last, Persistent Depressive Disorder is more long lasting depression without the bad lows of a major depressive episode.
Sign and symptoms are not always obvious, but will take a toll on the body. Depressive people may have unusual sleep patterns, lethargy, weight fluctuations, irritability, difficulty concentrating, and bad fatigue. Over time, the body may suffer from digestive issues, shortness of breath, tension and headaches. Follow Neurocore on twitter.com.
Depression most often affects 15 – 44 year olds and is the second leading cause of suicide. Feelings of hopelessness can lead to drastic events.
The good news is there is a place the can help provide biofeedback techniques to retrain the brain away from negative pathways that have formed. There is a cure for even the most severe depression. Neurocore has been working with neuro feedback to essentially retrain the brain off of it’s learned negative pathways by having client’s brains make lasting, positive choices during neuro feedback sessions.
Neurocore has been helping people retrain their brains for years. Neurocore does offer facilities across the bottom portion of Michigan and the lowest part of Florida. Neurocore also treats other mental health disorders. To visit Neurocore and read about their program or to take a mental health assessment, please click here.