How does it work?
Before we start the treatment for any kind of depression, it is imperative that we fully understand the root cause of the problem. Depression is caused by blockage of the heart meridian that is likely to occur due to a number of reasons such as poor lifestyle, trauma, stress, or even genetically inherited. This condition is resulting in very low self esteem, lack of motivation, antisocial, inferiority complex – just to name a few potential symptoms of depression. The first step in our treatment program is to establish the depth or extent of the blockage within the heart. We then stimulate the heart meridian to allow the energy to flow through the organ and body. Once the flow of energy is enabled, the heart starts to restore it’s function and get stronger day by day, and you will be able to live a happy and fulfilling life you always deserved.
Black Dog Depression – Mood Swings
There are many types of depression: Seasonal Depression aka. SAD, Post-Natal depression, Bi-Polar depression, mood swings. Depression is also referred to as a ‘Black Dog’. It can take many forms and manifest as simply feeling low to totally suicidal.
Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD has a seasonal pattern: your depression signs appear during cold winter days, while you’re back you you happy self during the warmer months. Why? Call us to find out more, and let us help you resolve your problems.
Post Natal Depression
Having a new baby is one of the most important moments of your life. It’s important that we take care of ourselves to ensure we are mentally and physically fit to look after our newborn. Unfortunately, some of us can develop ‘baby blues’ that may turn into a more serious condition. We have a 1 week program specifically designed to treat depression.
Can be caused by a number of factors from hormonal imbalances to environmental factors such as trauma, physical abuse, etc. We have a 1 week program specifically designed to treat depression.
- 300 million people around the world have depression, according to the World Health Organisation.
- In 2014-15 there were 4.0 million Australians (17.5%) who reported having a mental or behavioural condition.
- Anxiety-related conditions were most frequently reported (2.6 million people or 11.2% of the population) followed by mood (affective) disorders, which includes depression (2.1 million people or 9.3%).
- Around one in twenty Australians (5.1%) reported having both an anxiety-related condition and a mood (affective) disorder.
- Nearly 50 percent of all people diagnosed with depression are also diagnosed with an anxiety disorder.
- It’s estimated that 15 percent of the adult population will experience depression at some point in their lifetime.
- Mental and behavioural conditions were more common amongst women than men (19.2% compared with 15.8% respectively).