What if Depression isn't Depression? The Connection to Chronic Inflammation.
|What if Depression isn't Depression? The Connection to Chronic Inflammation.||Darrell Miller||03/19/17|
March 19, 2017 04:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: What if Depression isn't Depression? The Connection to Chronic Inflammation.
Depression is a serious condition affecting millions of people around the world. More women experience depression than men, although it can affect each sex. But sometimes, the signs of depression mimic those seen in patients suffering from chronic inflammation conditions. Could it be such a condition rather than depression? Perhaps it is time to look at conditions other than depression, particularly if you are also suffering from other signs and symptoms. Learn more without delay.
- Generally depression is believed to be a chemical imbalance and treated as such.
- A new approach treats depression and anxiety as the result of systemic inflammation rather than being diseases themselves.
- Patients diagnosed with depression have high levels of C-reactive proteins, which are inflammatory chemicals.
"The traditional, pharmacology-centric, view of depression is that it is a chemical imbalance, usually involving serotonin."
Read more: https://goodmenproject.com/featured-content/depression-isnt-depression-connection-chronic-inflammation-lbkr/