Always feel sad but don’t know why? This article will cover three reasons that are common in many depressed people, and this could be why you always feel sad. If you always feel down, unmotivated or uninterested, or sad and alone, then the following three reasons need to be considered for why.
Depression affects many people without them understanding why they feel the way that they do, and it gets quite aggravating when these depressed people wish to talk about what they are feeling to someone who has never been there before. Depression is a serious disorder that should be monitored closely and never ignored, as it can only go from bad to worse until it consumes the person, possibly ending in death, mostly suicide.
While depression is a chemical imbalance, a lot of professionals will tell you that you are okay and that these feelings will go away with time, or they will prescribe medicines which usually have an adverse affect on the sufferer. That is because the three reasons below are nothing that modern medicine recognizes or treats, which leaves alternative health options and medicines to help relieve, even eliminate, depression from the body.
One factor in depression could be caused by a fungal overgrowth of candida yeast in the body; while candida yeast in small doses is healthy and good for digestion, having too much can harm the body. When there is an abundance of candida, usually caused from long term usage of prescription medicines and antibiotics, the body is unable to properly absorb the nutrients from the foods that we eat, causing a lack of energy.
When the body is unable to absorb the nutrients in the body, this causes another factor in depression in people, a deficiency of the proper good nutrients in the body. This means that the body is not extracting enough of the vital minerals and vitamins from the foods we eat to help keep our immune system up and running, and it causes our system to slowly start to shut down from overexertion.
This overexertion of the body usually happens in the adrenal glands and the thyroid, which brings us to the third factor in depression. These glands main function is to produce important hormones within the body to keep it working on an even keel, but when they get overworked due to deficiencies, then they slowly begin to shut down or at least severely limit the production that they normally would have when healthy. When this happens the body becomes drained of energy and the desire to face each new day.
So if you find yourself sad all the time without any real rhyme or reason behind the emotions, it is always best to seek out the council of a medical, modern or alternative, professional. They will be able to run some tests to rule out what isn’t going on in the body; but if they start treatments that don’t work, then one of these three factors above could be the culprit.