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10 Nutrient Deficiencies That Can Cause Mood Disorders or Depression

Learn About 10 Nutrient Deficiencies That Cause Depression and Mood Disorder Symptoms: If you suffer from depression or mood disorders you may be deficient in one of the nutrients below. Researchers have found that many people who suffer from depression and mood disorders are deficient in not just one nutrient but several, all contributing to the symptoms. #1: Healthy Food Deficiency? Junk Food Diet Is your diet filled with sugar, junk foods, sodas, or processed foods? Do you often skip meals. If you suffer from depression or mood disorders, start a food diary of the foods you eat every day. You will find answers to your health problems while doing that. Your shopping cart and refrigerator tell the story of your health. My husband works as a cashier at Walmart. People shopping for their family fill their cart with junk sugar filled cereal, chips, candy, soda, , TV dinners, and over-processed food in general. Seven-Elevens thrive on selling candy, soda, and chips to the eat-on-the-run c…

Laughs!

Curry Chicken Skewers

The coolest thing about this guy is his odd sense of humor. He did make me chuckle. Enjoy!

Bullying

Depression can happen quickly. If you don't have help from parents or friends please seek out a teacher. Don't depend on other young people to hold your secrets. They aren't always reliable. Every teenager needs an adult to talk to, to remind you of just how important and worthy you are. Everyone is special. Don't let anyone tell you that you're not. You are valuable to the human race. There are programs that can help like http://www.nobully.com. You can get training on how to handle bullies also.

YOU should be strong for all the other kids in the world that are bullied. Teachers and parents must unite to say that this behavior is not alright. The best thing you can do is make sure that what happened to you doesn't happen to another kid. Kids, you have to help us adults, because sometimes parents and teachers do not listen. If your parents don't listen find a nice person in your class. Ask them if you can tell their parents about the problem. Most parents DO…

Grief

I know someone who is grieving now and so I took a couple of webpages and created this. Grief relates to almost any personal loss. It is not specific to death, divorce or loss of job. It can be the loss of a friendship or of a pet. This information is universal:THE PHASES OF GRIEFMany people refer to the "stages" or "phases" of grief. It may be helpful to be aware of these identified phases or common aspects of grief. It is also important to know there is no right or wrong way to grieve. You may go back and forth between phases, experience more than one at a time, or even skip one all together. All feelings are normal, even if they seem "crazy".Shock is the first stage of numbness, disbelief and unreality.Denial is thoughts or words such as, "I don't believe it -- It can't be!"Bargaining involves making promises such as, "I'll be so good if only I can awaken to find this hasn't happened" or "I'll do all the rig…