The book "How to Become Smarter" discusses hydrotherapy and a special "antidepressant diet" as possible treatments for depression and anxiety. Special high-protein diets are proposed as a treatment for ADHD. The book also describes a lifestyle that may cause hypomania in healthy people.
I find that diet has little to do with depression. Often in cases of depression there are ancestral issues as it can be seen in BPD runs in families. Things that I look for are any ancestors that passed on from lung diseases or heart attack.
Once the cause is found the client has a "eureka" moment and the depression will begin to heal.
and ask for a referral to a Nutritional Doctor, Clinical Nutritionist or a Nutritional Psychologist, if self-help therapy fails.
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And what causes hypoglycemia? Giving up Resisting something repugnant or vile in one's life.
For example a woman is violated. She gives up resisting because she is overpowered by a vile man. Traumas "freeze" in the subconscious, the subconscious can't distinguish between past or future so on the sb level the violation is always present.
That is why victims of this horrendous crime become depressed, suffer from paranoia and PTSD and without proper treatment the condition will not go away. She could even become a "man hater" with all the unhappy complications that come with it.
I don't know whether you are talking about PTSD or depression. It is good to ask the question: "And what causes hypoglycemia". There are many causes but one is the over-consumption of refined carbohydrates, such as Sugar and sugary drinks. Excess glucose consumption may be responsible for the generation of free radicals, which can attack out DNA and cause damage to our body.
The body can protect itself against excess glucose consumption by creating insulin resistance. This means the receptors for insulin stops the transfer of glucose (and other nutrients) into mitochondria of the cells. There may also be a family predisposition towards diabetes or insulin resistance.
This may lead to Syndrome X or the Metabolic Syndrome, a cluster of symptoms due to high triglycerides, high insulin, obesity and may ultimately lead to diabetes type II. Hypoglycemia is the forerunner of diabetes. It means the body cannot convert energy sources (such as glucose) into biological energy. Without that energy the body cannot convert food substances (such as tryptophan) into serotonin, and people become depressed and obese.
Thus hypoglycemia is a major factor in the development of mood disorders.