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Mental balance

Tackle depression the natural way

Certain ingredients in dietary supplements can play a beneficial role in the treatment of psychiatric disorders. PharmaNutrics natural supplements help combat depression and schizophrenia.

Some psychiatric conditions

Depression is a mood disorder in which the following symptoms last for at least two weeks:

  • constantly tired, no energy
  • downcast, sad, gloomy feelings
  • nervous, restless behaviour or much slower, more sluggish behaviour
  • no longer enjoying the things you used to enjoy
  • concentration problems, inability to think clearly, indecision
  • a very small or very large appetite, losing or gaining weight
  • intense feelings of guilt
  • suicidal thoughts

Depression can take many forms. In a unipolar disorder, you only experience depressive feelings. In the case of a bipolar disorder, on the other hand, depressive periods alternate with periods of manic euphoria. This is therefore known as a manic-depressive disorder.

For someone with depression with psychotic features, it becomes difficult to assess reality and delusions are experienced. Depression with melancholic features is characterised by a loss of pleasure or energy. A person with depression with atypical features reacts very strongly to positive or negative events, feels good in the presence of friends, but becomes profoundly despondent when alone again.

In a seasonal depression, the low points occur during the winter, when the days are shorter. A mother can end up with a postpartum or postnatal depression if the baby blues persist and grow worse. She may be unable to bond emotionally with her baby and dangerous delusions may develop. Finally, from an early age you may show less severe symptoms of depression which persist for much longer. The consequences of a dysthymic disorder can be at least as devastating as those of a short, severe depression.

Schizophrenia is a disorder of the brain. Someone who is schizophrenic fails to distinguish reality from his or her imagination. He or she experiences long-lasting, recurring psychoses. Two types of symptoms occur in schizophrenia:

Positive symptoms:

  • delusions
  • hallucinations
  • confused thoughts

Negative symptoms:

  • lack of energy or emotions
  • gloomy, empty feelings
  • neglecting yourself, your work or your social contacts
  • failing to understand social situations or signals
  • limited ability to concentrate, indecision

Schizophrenia may arise from a developmental disorder of the brain or may be partly inherited; it is also possible to have a predisposition to schizophrenia. In the latter case, there are certain factors that can trigger the condition, such as stress, drug use, a difficult childhood, complicated relationships or problems at work.

Some ingredients

  • saffron
  • green tea
  • GABA
  • passiflora
  • ashwagandha
  • maca
  • Rhodiola
  • magnesium
  • omega 3 fatty acids
  • vitamin B12
  • saffron
  • green tea
  • GABA
  • passiflora
  • ashwagandha
  • maca
  • Rhodiola
  • magnesium
  • omega 3 fatty acids
  • vitamin B12

Inspired by nature

Using its extensive knowledge of biochemistry and pharmaceutics, our team looks for natural and orthomolecular ingredients that support the self-regulating capacity of the body. At PharmaNutrics we develop unique formulas with high doses.

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