Depression

Friday, 13 July 2007

Everyone experiences variations in mood -- transitory blues, disappointments, the normal grief that accompanies the loss of someone you love. But a severe or prolonged depression that interferes with the ability to function, feel pleasure, or maintain interest is not a mere case of the blues. It is an illness. Researchers have demonstrated that it results from biochemical imbalances in the brain. Depressive Illness -- What Is It? Everyone experiences variations in mood -- transitory blues, disappointments, the normal grief that accompanies the loss of someone you love. But a severe or prolonged depression that interferes with the ability to function, feel pleasure, or maintain interest is not a mere case of the blues. It is an illness. Researchers have demonstrated that it results from biochemical imbalances in the brain. Depressive Illness Is Treatable: More than 80 percent of those suffering from Depressive Illness can be treated successfully with modern medications. These medications are not habit-forming, do not produce a "high", and are not abused. Sometimes, after or concurrent with this treatment, therapy or counseling is desirable. Millions Suffer, Few Are Treated Depressive Illness, also referred to as Affective or Mood Disorder, attacks millions of Americans and is often fatal; yet few people are being properly treated or even diagnosed. The costs of this neglect, both in terms of human suffering and economic loss, are staggering. A Major Unrecognized Health Problem: Depressive Illness is among the most common and destructive of illnesses prevalent in the United States today. In addition to major depression, many people suffer from manic depressive illness (bipolar disorder) which is characterized by radical mood swings from severe depression to exaggerated, inappropriate elation. For each person directly suffering, three or four times that number of their relatives, employees, associates, and friends will also be adversely affected. Of those 35-40 million afflicted, a substantial percentage will commit suicide if not treated with appropriate medication. Root Cause of Depression Geopathic Stress zone has been found to be the common factor in most serious and minor illnesses and psychological conditions, including Depression, Insomnia, Suicide, Cancer, MS, AIDS, tuberculosis, meningitis, MD, kidney and gallstones, rheumatism, heart and circulation problems as well as the promotion of stress zone, and high blood pressure, together with resistance to treatment. Geopathic Stress zone is also the common factor in cases of infertility and miscarriages, and in most children with learning difficulties and behavioral problems.

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Why so many pyramids
written by Kumar , December 26, 2007

U used 10,000 pyramids in your place. It costs a lot to have so many. Even Rs. 15 per would mean Rs. 15,00,000.

How expensive is it for a flat of 2,000 sq.ft

Response from Premal Betai: You may require to contribute anywhere between Rs.2000 to Rs.5000 for a flat of 2000 square feet.

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