Taking a holistic approach to helping depression and its effects on your body is a good place to begin. Think about getting an hour of exercise everyday to help boost endorphins. Try eating a veggie reach diet and adding lots of lean, well seasoned protein. Take some serious time to look at your life and find areas you are unhappy with that you have the real ability to change. Find tasks and hobbies that make you feel good and focus on those. We can't shape everything in our lives but we can negate the negatives to a minimum.
St. John's Wart has long been thought of as a good guard against melancholy. Regular doses can greatly reduce feelings of sadness and unease.
Niacin can help greatly in deeper depressions and self-harming.
Chia seeds for Omeg 3's, which have shown themselves to be a great help in the natural fight against depression.
Zyflamend Whole Body by New Chapter is a great brand to help with pain from inflammation and cardio issues that depression can worsen.
Less-Stress Sprays; sometimes all we need is a little help during a really rough week. Bach's Rescue Remedy Spray works great as a booster for well being emotionally.
Key Minerals; depletion of key minerals is only now being looked into as one of the causes of symptoms related to depression and emotional issues.
Joint Repair by Dr. Miller can help with pain so often associated with depression. Especially as you begin to get more exercise and are putting pressure on sensitive joints.
Try swimming as it relaxes the body without straining your joints and causing more pain. Fun in the water can also help with back pain and gets your heart rate up without heavy exertion.
Try public pools and cheap gym memberships or go for a dip in the sea or a lake depending on where you live.
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