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Chronic Depression and Inflammation

Published on 6/20/2012
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Chronic Depression can cause brain damage, it seems once again inflammation, a natural function of the the body is once again to be blamed according to a report that that was published a couple of years ago, at the university of California. "It's necessary and normal so that an individual can adapt, change behaviour and deal with altered circumstances," Markou said. Real problems occur only "when these restructuring processes go into overdrive, beyond what is necessary and adaptive, and for longer periods of time than needed. Then depression becomes pathological." Markou and Wager-Smith, the researchers involved, argued that existing, conflicting views about depression actually describe different aspects of the same phenomenon. Psychoanalytic and sociological theories refer to the psychological transformation that occurs during a productive depressive episode. Biomedical theories relate to the neural remodeling that underlies this psychological change. And neurodegenerative theories account for remodeling malfunctions. "The big question, of course, is why aren't all people affected the same way," said Markou. "Why do some people deal effectively with stress, but others perpetuate a pathological state? This is an interesting question for future research." The researchers' findings may have clinical ramifications as well. If psychological and physical pain responses share similar biological mechanisms, then analgesic agents could be useful in treating at least some symptoms of depression. Similarly, if chronic depression is proven to be a neuroinflammatory condition, then anti-inflammatory treatments should also have some antidepressant effects. So my question today is could cactus juice which fight chronic pain and inflammation also reduce depression. A quick search on the Internet revealed one article of support. "However, one day I went along to a women’s networking event and met a woman who told me about Aloe Vera. She told me that you could drink this ‘wacky cactus juice’ and that it might help me with the migraines. At that time I was tired, fed up and would have tried anything. Well, within three weeks the Aloe Vera Gel sorted out my digestion, and after 3 months the migraines were showing definite signs of improvement. 6 months later the incidence and severity were reduced by 90%" David Ogden CEO TheInterbiz LLC
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