Posted January 18, 2016 by Philip in Blogroll. 1 Comment
“If you want drugs, this is your guy.”
Posted by Nafsica (Sasa) Kelly on January 19, 2016 at 11:14 am
I am not suprise?the media only use this Dr psychatrist as a scape goat. I would like to know how many more people died every year from antiderpession and from medication,who benefits?How many people they cure?I am not impressed.
They kill people becuase they don’t care.Why they dont encourage toawards emotional health?
When a person has depression or axniety; exercise helps also may help to prevent a relapse after treatment. Why they don’t encourage the depressed person to do exercise at least 30 minutes a day for at least three to five day a week significantly improves symptoms of depression and anxiety.There’s evidence that exercise boosts level of mood enhancing neurotrasmitters in the brain.It may also boost feel good ,ease muscle tension,help you sleep better and reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol.It is also increases body temperature,which may have calming effects.These changes can improve symptoms such as sadness anxiety,irritability,stress,fatigue,anger,self-doubt and hopelesness.
Benefits of exercise include confidence and sense of acomplishement.Meeting goals,no matter how small help to boost self-confidence.Some ,but not all mental health professional have adopted exercise as part of their treatment .I am suggesting to you the next time you visit your doctor or therapist tell him you need guidance and support not drugs and if he doen’t give you what you are looking work away.Don’t think of exercise as a burden.View your exercise schedule the same way you look at the medication as tool for recovery.Exersice is better.Take responsibility is your life don’t feel bad or fall in to the trap.If you don’t have money to spend on exercise gear,do something that’s cost free -walk everyday.I exercise everyday and never feel depressed.
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