Posted by blueberry on November 23, 2006, at 8:02:27
In reply to It's Treatable. No, it's not., posted by Reggie BoStar on November 22, 2006, at 4:07:20
There is some great information available without the use of drugs. Very detailed step by step instructions to test yourself for all kinds of abnormalities that your doctor will likely miss. There are many one day to two week tests to gather clues and find rapid recovery. Everything from basic neurotransmitter shortage to undiagnosed hypothyroidism (even when your doctor says your thyroid is fine) to hidden hypoglycemia and all kinds of stuff too lengthy to list here.
Go to www.healthrecovery.com. Then click on the red molecule and find solutions to correct emotional disorders.
Where it takes you, go to the first paragraph and click on "cure for depression".
Then where it takes you, look on the left side of the screen and click on "biochemical depression".
I get the impression that it isn't so much that these folks believe in natural treatments, but rather they believe depression has biochemical causes and that medications only attempt to cover them up and actually make them worse, and that there are detailed steps to find what the underlying problem is.
The cool thing is that they list symptoms of different kinds of depression and their common causes so it helps you see what resembles you. And then, the samples or tests are fast. And then, recovery is also fast. No long trials and wasted time.
I haven't given up hope for you. I was up at 2:30 in the morning thinking about you and looking for this information.