There are three major neurotransmitters in the brain (Serotonin, Dopamine and Norepinephrine) which must be in the correct balance and constructive tension to affect and allow a positive, stable self-image and optimistic mood. However, when these neurotransmitters are in an unbalanced state with one another, mood changes are inevitable. In general, when Serotonin levels drop, depression can quickly settle in, and when Serotonin levels can be made to rise, a happy contented mood generally results.
Researchers have found that Hypothalamic disturbances are also found in depression, interfering with neuroendocrine activity. Hypothalamic disruptions can cause excessive amounts of Cortisol to be released from the Adrenal Cortex at inappropriate times which can cause and exacerbate depression. And, interestingly, about one-half of all depressed patients secrete excessive amounts of Cortisol, primarily during the afternoon and evening, as opposed to that of non-depressed people whose Cortisol activity peaks about 8:00 AM.
Deprex complements the body’s ability to potentiate the release of a very important naturally occurring neurotransmitter named Serotonin, which plays an important part in mood regulation within the Hypothalamus and the entire Limbic System (the emotional center of the brain). Common antidepressant drugs work artificially to selectively enhance and mimic Serotonin activity within the brain, but unfortunately are purported to cause a number of unwanted side effects, which can lead to serious long-term problems.
Within Deprex are select Homeopathic Medicines, which help the body to naturally regulate Hypothalmic activity and balance the natural production of Serotonin and Norepinephrine. Other Homeopathics important in helping to relieve depression are: Ignatia Amara (St. Ignatius Bean) and Avena Sativa. Ignatia Amara helps to calm extreme emotions of grief and hysteria. Avena Sativa helps with nervous exhaustion, and sleeplessness.
Also within Deprex are 8 other homeopathic ingredients that aid in the reduction of Depression symptoms such as: insomnia, headaches, restlessness, fatigue, changes in appetite, uncontrollable weeping, etc. Deprex works effectively to help elevate moods, restore the appropriate production of Serotonin and Norepinephrine, diminish anxiety, restore clear sentient thinking, and calm and diminish oversensitivity.
Attention Physicians, Psychologists, and Mental Health Care Professionals: Deprex may be taken with other medications, however, ask your healthcare professional prior to use if taking antidepressant medications. Under no circumstance should this formula be recommended in lieu of professional therapeutic and medicinal intervention.
IMPORTANT: A therapeutic strategy involving the use of Deprex with other drugs, or as a replacement strategy, is the sole discretion of a person’s Physician or Health Professional. In all cases of clinical depression, always seek a Physician’s guidance first; intervention without your Physician’s guidance is not recommended.