Depression in men is prevalent in 12.5% of men, that means 1 in 8 men will have depression. Depression in men may be more common among the older man, but it is not part of the aging process. Just because one is getting older does not mean that he will suffer from depression. Depression can
Overcoming depression which lasted 50 years with less than 10 hours of therapy. Transcription: Overcoming depression Margaret: My names Margaret, I’m 70 years old and I’ve been suffering from depression for probably 50 years. A lot of it was caused by family violence. I think it was deep down I’ve managed to cover it up,
Interview with Harris who overcame mild depression anxiety using the Your Envisioned Mind process. Transcription of the interview: Harris: this was my first experience Interviewer: and how did you actually feel before the course? Harris: I was a little bit broken, or you can say surviving. Survival. Surviving anxiety and this thing. Now I know
Testimonials I have been told for years ‘be positive’ ‘cheer up’ ‘you can do better’ but for the first time I was shown a better and gentler way to achieve this. What ‘Your Envisioned Mind’ has done for me is: minimising the negative memories and giving me a positive future. -Neil 50 Changing pictures in
Five types of food to eat if you want to be keep your mind happy and depression at bay Food and depression have a correlation. 1: oily fish, mackerel, sardines, herring salmon, pilchards, and trout and fresh tuna, flax seed/linseed and walnut oils, or take fish/krill/hemp seed oils. 2: Leafy vegetables, citrus fruits, beans (legumes).
Having a healthy gut contributes to a healthy mind. We have all had ‘butterflies’ or ‘the jitters’ in the stomach, when nervous or anxious. Have you ever said “I can’t stomach that’ to hearing or seeing something disagreeable. Or when very upset, you cannot eat, you feel like you will throw up if you did?