Depression can feel like a prison, making relationships, thinking, and even daily activities seem impossible. Nearly everyone has experienced the symptom of depression at one time or another. But what many people forget in the depth of their pain is that depression is at its core — a symptom. It’s a sign that something isn’t working quite right in your brain.
But your brain shouldn’t be your jailer. It takes some detective work to figure out what the causes of depression are in your unique circumstance. But once the cause is found, it can be treated and you can start feeling like yourself again.
Both myself and members of my family have been personally affected by depression, and this personal experience has created an immense curiosity for me to understand why the symptom of depression exists and how it can be overcome.
Watch the video and learn:
- All about the symptoms of depression and its many causes
- Several highly effective but under-appreciated solutions for overcoming depression
- What you can do in the short and long-term to go from the dumps to feelings of triumph!
I’ve taught more than 10,000 clinicians on 5 continents better ways to assess and treat conditions of the brain, including depression. I’m deeply passionate about using personalized systems medicine to care for infinitely unique humans and their infinitely unique brains. From Autism to Alzheimers and every condition in between, this approach has shown remarkable effectiveness partly because it NEVER accepts that one-size-fits-all is appropriate in medicine.
Your symptom of depression is trying to tell you something about your brain. It’s time to listen!
I don’t believe humans are meant to suffer. I believe we’re made to thrive!
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