Symptoms: Feeling gloomy, lifeless, avoids social interaction, sense of hopelessness, feelings of poor self-worth, feeling life is not worth living, etc.
Depression is inked to acidic pH (deficient mineral status, thus poor oxygenation to the brain), brain infection, weak adrenals, vitamin B deficiency, toxic liver, digestive dysfunction, heavy metal toxicity. Many medical drugs can interfere with brain function and cause depression. Feelings of depression after traumatic events (e.g., death of a loved one, etc.) are normal and require a period of adjustment (6 weeks or more). Use of ERT (Emotional Repolarization Technique) may be helpful for emotional trauma.