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The Role of Hormones in Mental Health

Published October 19, 2018

Not all depression sufferers experience the same types of symptoms. Some people feel agitated or excited, like they want to jump out of their skin. And some people experience insomnia and other restless feelings. This can be especially true for depression that is caused by a hormonal imbalance. While some forms of depression can leave sufferers feeling passive and lethargic, hormone-related depression often creates feelings of needing to move. This restlessness only increases when paired with poor food choices, especially when that means indulging in sugar cravings or relying on diet soda, coffee, and other caffeinated and/or sugary beverages to get through the day—these short-term solutions only add to the agitation. A much better solution is to find a way to get hormones back into balance, safely and naturally. Targeted treatments can help control the hormone-related shifts that so often lead to depression. Read more…



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