Newest Finding: Depression Might Be An Allergic Reaction To Inflammation
|Newest Finding: Depression Might Be An Allergic Reaction To Inflammation||Darrell Miller||02/12/17|
February 12, 2017 10:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Newest Finding: Depression Might Be An Allergic Reaction To Inflammation
It turns out that depression might actually be an allergic reaction to inflammation. It is still up for debate what the root cause, or causes of depression are. New developments have pointed researchers in a new direction. Inflammation could be the root cause and it has been gaining popularity among scientists and researchers.
- The root causes of depression are still debatable.
- New developments have emerged that suggest its origin in some people stems directly from inflammation.
- To curb stress and age-related inflammation, Dr. Wei reveals that exercising is a key strategy that works.
"Consume fish, nuts, olive oil, and fruits and vegetables, because these foods offer the armor needed to guard against inflammation."