People who suffer from depression think a lot about it and worry excessively - certainly about whether they can ever feel better again. This question can be answered with yes, because there are a variety of treatment options to bring those affected out of their emotional depth. Which treatment is suitable in the individual case depends on the severity of the disease and the previous course of the disease as well as the personal wishes of the person concerned.
Medications and psychotherapeutic interventions are of crucial importance.
According to experts, the means of choice for moderate to severe depression in any case include modern antidepressants, which work by balancing chemicals in your brain called neurotransmitters that affect mood and emotions.
According to experts' experience, it takes about four to six weeks for the antidepressants to be taken regularly and in a sufficiently high dosage until clear results are achieved; too low dosage as well as conscious or unconscious errors while taking drugs can lead to body not acting as expected.
Perhaps there is also another disease not discovered at the time of diagnosis, for example a disorder of the thyroid function, the treatment of which also causes the depressive symptoms to disappear or significantly improve. In order to treat depression, much experience and tact of the physician is required.
But even if there is a real resistance to particular drug patients with depression need not go untreated. Besides switching to medications with a different mechanism of action, another healing methods should be introduced. These include change of diet, physical training, the so-and the light therapy.