When you have a depression, you do not want to do anything. You do not want to get up in the morning, there is no energy. You feel that life goes on mechanically. Even after 8 hours of sleep, you feel not rested. You want to sleep more. There is no desire to do anything, you do not want to set goals. There are no guidelines, and nothing pleases.
When a person is under the constant influence of a stress factor, the pituitary gland ceases to produce enough Beta endorphins to maintain emotional homeostasis. The lack of endorphins causes irritation, worry, anxiety and a general feeling of dissatisfaction. Lack of neurotransmitters can cause a sense of depression. Thus, the mood sharply goes down, and the person from day to day complains to the general dissatisfaction of life. In the beginning, this happens sporadically, that is, if something goes wrong, the mood drops sharply and a feeling of dissatisfaction with the environment appears. Such a reaction of the efferent mechanism of the autonomic nervous system becomes fixated and after a certain period of time, a general background of dissatisfaction, lack of desire, expectation of something bad is manifested (anxiety appears).
Any stress factor, even which earlier did not create such a reaction, potentially takes the protein from plexuses and nexus (nerve nodes) and then from the liver, kidneys and other organs and systems of the body. A severe stress factor causes an increased release of nitrogen in the urine, which leads to a loss of protein, which is contained in three to four liters of milk. The loss of protein is mainly due to the body that is already in an unhealthy state. It is very important to make up your diet with protein-rich foods after any big stress.
Another reason for the development of depression is endorphin hunger. With prolonged stress factors Beta-endorphins begin to be produced in insufficient quantities. Neuro-homeostasis is disturbed, which leads to the appearance of excessive emotional reactions to the stimulus.
Most often, depression is caused by a combination of causes. This can be a long-term stress factor and fatigue (both physical and moral), lack of sleep.
The most effective method of treating depression is a combination of TDCS therapy and projective hypnotherapy. TDCS therapy causes an increased synthesis of opioid hormones (Beta-endorphins), and projective hypnotherapy causes a new type of reaction of the efferent mechanism to external stimulus. Fixating a calmer reaction, a person gets used to react more calmly to any stimulus and the habitual response factor changes into a more relaxed spectrum.
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Doctor of medical psychotherapy, professor, hypnotherapist.