Symptoms of High Serotonin

Posted on September 29th, 2011 by admin



  The following are symptoms of elevated serotonin in the brain: Depression Apathy Passivity Loss of motivation Nasal stuffiness or congestion Allergic-type symptoms and allergies Cold or flu-like symptoms Acne and other skin disorders Insomnia and other sleep problems Impaired … Continue reading

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Childhood Rejection and Depression

Posted on September 29th, 2011 by admin



The original cause of depression is to be found in infancy and early childhood. When a small child is rejected (which can occur in a number of ways) by his/her parents and other caregivers, he/she enters later childhood with an affection deficit disorder. This … Continue reading

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Reasons for Depression

Posted on September 29th, 2011 by admin



Reaction to loss: The idea here is that loss of something to which great importance is assigned results in a loss of self-esteem. If a person’s self-esteem is conditional and based on pride, which demands a particular outcome that is not … Continue reading

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Depression and the Past

Posted on September 29th, 2011 by admin



There is always a first or original depressive episode that occurs in a person’s life. It may come early in life or, later. This primordial or foundational depression has a basis or explanation, which is very important to know and … Continue reading

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Pride and a Controlling Nature

Posted on September 29th, 2011 by admin



There is a definite connection between pride and a controlling nature. In truth, proud people believe that they are superior to others. Because they believe this, they also believe that they are entitled to be treated in a certain, special way and to … Continue reading

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Depression and Pride

Posted on September 29th, 2011 by admin



  Pride is a compensation for inferiority feelings about oneself. It develops early in life as a way of mitigating the sting of rejection, failure, and unfavorable comparisons with other people. Self-esteem becomes inextricably linked to pride, thereby becoming conditional in nature. … Continue reading

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