You have probably heard of it, the “sugar pills”.
But for some people, sugar is not enough.
So, what is the best way to treat your symptoms of depression?
The Natural Healing Power of Sugar Pill, by Dr. John A. Sánchez, PhD, is a fascinating look at the medicinal properties of sugar and how it can be used to treat depression.
He has previously explored the potential benefits of sugar pills for anxiety and depression.
In the book, Dr. Sáenz explains that a number of natural ways of treating depression are available.
These include:The natural healing power of sugar is also present in the herbal tea known as teabags.
This tea is made from the root of the sweet almond.
It has been used as a natural anti-depressant and to treat the symptoms of seasonal affective disorder.
Teabags have been used for millennia in traditional Chinese medicine, where they are used to reduce anxiety, depression and other psychological conditions.
They also have anti-inflammatory properties, and they have a calming effect when consumed with a beverage.
The tea contains caffeine and is sometimes sold in powdered form.
But unlike other types of teabag, sugar pills are much easier to get hold of, and many people report using them daily.
The tea is also believed to have antiemetic properties.
The benefits of using sugar pills in depression include the following:• The sugar pill reduces the symptoms and triggers of depression.• The pill can be taken in a variety of ways.• Sugar pills can be easily mixed with water and taken with meals.• They can also be taken orally.• When taken daily, sugar can relieve symptoms.
How do you treat your depression?
Here are some things you can do to reduce the symptoms:• Talk to your doctor or a qualified health professional about your symptoms.• Take the sugar pill daily.• Avoid certain foods and beverages for a few days.• Use herbal teabagging to treat seasonal affectives disorder.• Do not take antidepressants.• Keep your medications in a safe place.
You can read more about depression, anxiety and sugar in the book by clicking here.
If you are experiencing severe anxiety, panic attacks or panic attacks, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK.