Three major neurotransmitters (Serotonin, Dopamine and Norepinephrine) in the brain must be in balance for a balanced mood. When in an unbalanced state with each other, mood drops or depresses. The complex of homeopathic medicinals in Deprex are much more powerful than one ingredient by itself because it not only supplies the precursors to these key mood-controlling neurotransmitters, but also the additional nutrients needed by the body to:
-Help elevate mood by raising circulating Serotonin levels and assuring proper utilization
-Help restore the appropriate production of Serotonin and Norepinephrine
-Help restore clear sentient thinking and appropriate reality testing
-Help calm and diminish oversensitivity
Deprex is a scientifically advanced cerebral homeopathic medicinal designed to provide relief from mild depression and depressive disorders, including mood changes, mood imbalances and melancholy, and/or extended periods of simple sadness and grief. Deprex also provides nutritional and medicinal support for those going through periods of disappointment and/or rejection.
Unlike prescriptive antidepressant medications, Deprex is a non-prescriptive, alternative, providing the necessary precursors which complement the body’s ability to potentiate the production and release of a very important naturally occurring neurotransmitter called Serotonin, which plays an important part in mood regulation, as well as increase Serotonin and Norepinephrine activity. This potentiates the rebalancing of brain biochemistry, which in turn allows corrective perceptual processing of information and affect, insulating one stimulus from another for perceptual integrity and clarity, helping the individual to develop more constructive coping strategies, with an absence of anxiety.
The cause of most depression: Serotonin and Norepinephrine producing centers and interactive pathways become disrupted and imbalanced regarding respective receptor sensitivities and inhibitory mechanisms, and the Hypothalamus becomes dysfunctional.
Pictured above: Cross section of the Brain and the Pathways responsible for Serotonin and Norepinephrine production and distribution, and the Hypothalamus. Biochemical disruption in these areas have been shown to result in various forms of depression.