Depression can be caused by obvious identifiable events, such as traumatic loss, traumatic stress, and emotional injury. These traumas can create a lasting neurotransmitter deficiency, leading to depression that sometimes continues past the time of hardship. In other cases, we can point to identifiable daily challenges as the source of depression.
Then there’s unexplained depression, which is caused by toxic heavy metals such as mercury, aluminum, and copper, often with a low-grade viral infection of one or more of the over 60 varieties of Epstein-Barr virus, one or more of the over 30 varieties of shingles virus, or one or more strains of the multiple varieties of herpes simplex 1, herpes simplex 2, or cytomegalovirus.
When one of these viruses feeds off of large amounts of toxic heavy metals in your system, the resulting high levels of neurotoxic waste saturate the brain, altering and hampering neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin—resulting in a depressive state.
Adrenal dysfunction can also create depressive burnout.
A brew of all of these factors at once could also create someone’s depression, particularly if they experienced toxic exposure at the same time they suffered trauma.
Find out how to help heal depression, including foods to avoid, foods to eat, and supplements with dosages in the NYT best-selling book, Cleanse To Heal.
This item posted: 18-Jan-2022
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