Unhappiness / Depression


- when you think about past life

- when you don't want to go out

- when you want to stay at home

- when you want to be with yourself

- when you have a lack of motivation

- when you don't want to talk to people

- when you listening music all day long

- when you don't want to answer phone from your family and friends

- when you spend more than 1 hour a day on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram


Hormones - Most depression is related to adrenal or sex hormone imbalances. Lower than normal levels of DHEA, cortisol, testosterone, estrogen or progesterone will trigger a biochemically-induced depression. Hormonal imbalances cause immune suppression, which leads to chronic infections. People with undiagnosed chronic infections consistently become depressed simply because they are sick. Most chronic infections do not cause obvious symptoms so they are left untreated.

Digestion - One of the well-established side effects of food intolerances and food allergies is depression. Furthermore, inefficient protein digestion deprives the body amino acids from which you make many of the key brain chemicals.

Detoxification - The inability to eliminate harmful chemicals or heavy metals from body tissues allows these toxins to build up to harmful levels. Many of these substances such as mercury and petroleum based chemicals easily penetrate our central nervous system, our brain and spinal cord, and cause depression. One of the most frequently reported benefits of a safe and effective detoxification program is alleviation of depression.