April 23, 2011

Useful Homemade Tea Remedies For Depression

Some individuals suffering from depression prefer consume herbal tea remedies for depression to medicine.

Depression which is also popular as major depression,clinical depression, unipolar depression, or unipolar disorder is a mental problems caused by general low mood, supported by low self-esteem, as well as interest or pleasure loss in activities can normally enjoy.

When People are suffered from depression generally preoccupied with  negative thoughts as well as bad feelings of worthlessness, impending doom feelings , hopelessness, inappropriate guilt or regret, helplessness, lifelessness, and self-hatred.

Sometimes people in depressed may exhibit the symptoms such as :psychosis, delusions, hallucinations, poor concentration, bad memory, away from social situations and activities, lowered sex drive, entertain thoughts of death or killed themselves, agitated behavior, lethargic behavior

Experts believe that depression is influenced by a combination of psychological, biological, as well as social factors. But some factors of risk are able help trigger and render people vulnerable to depression. Such as recent stressful experiencing in life, Family depression history, relationship problems, social support lack, strain of financial, childhood trauma, alcohol or drug abuse, jobless, health disorders or chronic pain

An observation stated that depression can occur in individuals of  20 and 30 years old, with a later peak between 30 and 40 years. Women are generally more risky to major depression. Even women more often attempt suicide, even though men are at higher risk to do suicide.

While anti-depressant medications are readily available, there have also been some natural tea remedies for depression that have been indicated to support to the treatment of depression.
The followings are tea remedies for depression that have ability to help ease or relieve some depression symptoms :
Rooibos Tea, Yohimbe Tea, Lavender Tea, St. John's Wort Tea, Ashwagandha Tea, Barley Tea, Borage Tea, Damiana Tea, Gentian Tea, Ginkgo Biloba Tea, Ginseng Tea, Kava Tea, Lemon Balm Tea, Muira Puama Tea, Oatstraw Tea, Rhodiola Tea, Rosemary Tea, Sage Tea, Tarragon Tea, Thyme Tea, Valerian Tea

Even though these tea remedies for depression are safe, however a consultation with your physician before trying them is good

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