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What is Depression?

Sadness, feeling down, having a loss of interest or pleasure in daily activities - these are symptoms familiar to all of us. But, if they persist and affect our life substantially, it may be depression. The World Health Statistics, 2014, published by World Health Organization, made a disturbing revelation: At least 350 million people live with Depression, and it is the leading cause of disability worldwide. Almost 1 million people take their own lives each year.

Causes :

Causes of Depression include:

  • Stress: Stress at home or at workplace is one of the most alarming causes of Depression in long run.

  • Abuse: Depression is common in those people with a past history of physical, sexual or emotional abuse.

  • Unfortunate events: The death of close family member or friend naturally brings grief to an individual. But if it is prolonged or affects daily activities, it becomes a cause of concern.

  • Financial losses: Unemployment or sudden loss of job are among the most significant causes of Depression in majority of people.

  • Emotional losses: Failure in relationships with parents, children, friends, spouse or disappointment in love may also cause depression.

  • Medications: Certain Medicines like steroids and antiviral drugs can cause low mood as a side effect.

  • Heredity: Depression has also been seen to run in families.

  • Personality trait: Certain people who are inherently anxious and hyper-reactive by nature are more susceptible to Depression.

  • Serious and chronic physical illness: Person suffering from prolonged chronic illnesses and terminal Diseases can plunge into serious depressive states. Substance abuse: People who are addicted to alcohol, tobacco, medical and illicit drugs may progress into Depression.

Symptoms :

Symptoms of depression can include:

  • Depressed mood.

  • Reduced interest or pleasure in activities previously enjoyed, loss of sexual desire.

  • Unintentional weight loss (without dieting) or low appetite.

  • insomnia (difficulty sleeping) or hypersomnia (excessive sleeping).

  • Psychomotor agitation (for example, restlessness, pacing up and down), or psychomotor retardation (slowed movements and speech).

  • Fatigue or loss of energy.

  • Feelings of worthlessness or guilt.

  • Worsened ability to think, concentrate, or make decisions.

  • Recurrent thoughts of death or suicide, or attempt at suicide.

Self care tips :

Things you Should Do:

Things you Shouldnt do:

  • Unconditional love, patience and care are vital to healing.

  • Be aware about the Disease. The more information you will have, the more equipped you will be in dealing with the Disease.

  • Seek counselling and share your fears, stress and problems with your loved ones.

  • Increase social interactions and indulgence in recreational activities.

  • Enrol in stress-management classes or practice Yoga and meditation to calm the mind.

  • Be Positive. Avoid negative thoughts. Maintain a healthy lifestyle

  • Never criticize the patient or show lack of respect towards the patient.

  • Never ignore the symptoms of patient as trivial.

  • Help him/her lead a normal life.

  • They lack love and talk be with them help them through the tough phase of life don’t take their talks likely and never make fun of it

Our Treatment approach

  • Detailed case Analysis to find out the Root cause of your Disease

  • Usage of Ayurveda or Homeopathy Medicines to reduce your physical symptoms

  • Interaction with our counselors who will act as your friend and conduct various therapies to get you out of Depression.

  • You will also get our Positive living work book with technique V.E.S.P.A to increase positivity in your life and also to give a direction to your life.

  • Along with our Yoga expert will guide you with specific sets of Asanas and pranayams which will help you limit your depressing thoughts.

  • Our Dietitian will prepare a Customize diet plan and will also let you know about things you should avoid during this phase of your journey.

  • Our Team will be in constant touch with you and will constantly help you till your Symptoms Improve.

Psychological Disease

    1 Depression
    2 Anxiety
    3 Relation counseling
    4 Obsessive compulsive disorder
    5 Phobias

Respiratory disease

    1 Asthma
    2 Chronic Cough and Cold
    3 Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Skin diseases

    1 Allergy
    2 Acne /pimples
    3 Darkcircles
    4 Psoriasis

Body Issues

    1 Weight Gain
    2 Weight loss
    3 Hair loss
    4 Height Gain

THYROID Disorder

    1 Hyperthyroidism
    2 Hypothyroidism