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Why does my Depression get REALLY bad at night?

I feel Depression really strongly at night and when I wake up, I kinda forget during the day which is covered by Anxiety/stress. But when I lay down in the dark my depression really surfaces. Why is this?

I suffer from an Anxiety Disorder, and I don’t know the reason, but it really is much worse at night. Daylight makes me feel better most of the time. Maybe its the brain’s way of reacting to the dark, lonely and gloomy surroundings that increases your depression.

Some meds work for some and not the others, same about other treatments, might or might not work. But the one thing that SURELY works for everyone With Anxiety/depression/Bipolar is having a routine. It did wonders for me. Make a routine (preferably a day one), follow it, take one day at a time, and keep yourself busy. Go to your bed only to sleep, and make sure you’re tired from the day’s work so you can sleep easily. Hope this helps man!

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October 24th, 2013 at 12:23 am

Panic Anxiety Disorder Symptoms

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Which meds are good for helping with BOTH attention and Anxiety Problems?

I experience many of the Symptoms of both General Anxiety Disorder and Attention Deficit Disorder. Which meds are good for combatting this combination?

I have an appointment to speak with a Psychiatrist on Wednesday. What do you think he’ll prescribe?

Your doctor will probably prescribe Zoloft, or Paxil, for anxiety, and adderall for the ADD.

However, each person reacts differently to these newer drugs, so I hope your doctor will start you on a low dose and go up from there.

Drugs are not the entire answer here though. Take it from one who has spent 9 years fighting Ptsd, Panic Attacks, and agoraphobia, and has been prescribed every medication under the sun.

Exercise is very important. Exercise produces the same kind of endorphins that anxiety meds do. A 20-30 minute walk daily will really help, and you may find you don’t even have a need for an Anxiety Medication.

Get a dog if you don’t have one—they are great walking partners. As a matter of fact, my dog is a certified service animal that goes everywhere with me. The love and devotion they give is endless. My golden retriever will even come to give me a hug when I have a “melt-down.”

A well-qualified therapist can help you change your thinking patterns so that the Anxiety Is minimized. Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) are positive, proven types of therapy. Be sure to check the credentials of your therapist. It’s silly to pay someone just to sit and talk to them. You need a program such as these specific therapies.

Educate yourself about these conditions so you will be able to manage your health care to a certain extent. Some doctors out there combine numerous drugs to make “cocktails,” as they call them. At one time they had me taking so many drugs that I was a zombie.

A couple of good books, recommended by my therapist are:

Full Catastrophe Living by Jon Kabat-Zinn
Reinventing Your Life by Jeffrey E. Young
Mind over Mood
Stop Walking on Eggshells

Here are some links to explore:

Best wishes to you, and Blessings

Knowing the Difference Between Anxiety Disorders, Panic Attacks & Limited Symptom Panic Attacks

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October 21st, 2013 at 12:26 am

Anxiety Causes Depression

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Natural Cure For Depression And Anxiety Now Available

Natural Cure For Depression And Anxiety Now Available
Natural Cure For Depression And Anxiety Now Available

July 31, 2013 – Eugene, Oregon — Pearl Nutrition has just released a natural herbal supplement for Treating Depression And Anxiety. 5-HTP is a mild herbal supplement derived from an African woody climbing shrub that stimulates production of serotonin and melatonin in the brain. Taking 5-HTP for Anxiety Is a great natural alternative to chemical anti-Anxiety Medications. It's non-addictive, non-habit forming, and you can take it or not take it as needed without withdrawal Symptoms.

If you're thinking of taking 5-HTP for depression, consult your doctor. Although some studies have shown that it enhances the performance of some prescription anti-depressants when the two are taken together, it interacts badly with many chemical anti-depressants. Taking 5-HTP for Anxiety And Depression is great if you're going the herbal route because it can be taken with other natural cures like kava kava and mugwort.

More people are choosing to treat their mental and physical health issues naturally with very positive results. Not only are herbal treatments easier on the body, but it's also an interactive way to learn about herbs, where they come from, and how they work. It's also an engaging avenue to learn more about yourself and your body.

5-HTP can also treat seasonal depression, alleviating the blues, and enhancing your mood in a mild and non-habit forming way. 5-HTP and anxiety don't get along. Serotonin and melatonin, which are produced in the brain by taking 5-HTP, heighten your mood and induce relaxation naturally. Melatonin helps you get genuinely restful sleep, and serotonin facilitates feelings of happiness and well-being. Acting as a natural mood enhancer, 5-HTP can take the anxious edge off and brighten your perspective.

About Pearl Nutrition

Pearl Nutrition is a new, innovative line of natural and herbal supplements to support enhanced holistic health and wellness. Depression, anxiety, insomnia, headaches, and overeating are common ailments in our society and the stress these ailments put on our bodies affects our overall health. Our mission is to provide natural solutions and support to you when facing these root causes of so many other health problems. We pride ourselves on providing quality products like 5-HTP online.

Melissa Evans

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