Access Bars to Treat Depression
The word depression is often used when we are feeling sad or miserable or fed up, or difficult; those feelings will usually pass. Sometimes we know why we feel this way, sometimes we don't. We usually cope, we may talk to a friend about it but otherwise we don't need any other help.
However, if these feelings don't change after a few weeks and they are so bad that they interfere with your daily life or if they come back over and over again for a few days at a time, it could be a sign that you are depressed in the medical sense of the term.
In its mildest form, depression can mean being in low spirits; it mightn't even stop you leading your normal life but makes everything harder to do and seem less worthwhile. At its more severe, depression can have a significant negative impact on your life because it can make life seem pointless.
Depression is not something you can just 'snap out of'. If you feel you are experiencing depression you should contact your GP for additional support and advice. Depression is a treatable condition. You should not suffer in silence, hoping it will go away.
Symptoms of depression in older adults
Depression is not a normal part of growing older, and most seniors feel satisfied with their lives. However, depression can and does occur in older adults. Unfortunately, it often goes undiagnosed and untreated. Many adults with depression feel reluctant to seek help when they're feeling down.
In older adults, depression may go undiagnosed because symptoms - for example, fatigue, loss of appetite, sleep problems or loss of interest in sex - may seem to be caused by other illnesses.
Older adults with depression
may have less obvious symptoms. They may feel dissatisfied with life in
general, bored, helpless or worthless. They may always want to stay at
home, rather than going out to socialize or doing new things.
important that you don't try to deal with depression all on your own. Reach out to family and friends, and where help and support is offered, take it. Remember - you're not alone.
For some people, signs of depression are so severe that it's obvious something isn't right. Other people feel generally miserable or unhappy without really knowing why.
Depression affects each person in different ways, so symptoms caused by depression vary from person to person. Inherited traits, age, gender and cultural background all play a role in how depression may affect you.
Symptoms of Depression in Children and Teens
Common symptoms of depression can be a little different in children and teens than they are in adults.
In younger children, signs of depression may include sadness, irritability, hopelessness and worry. Symptoms in adolescents and teens may include anxiety, anger and avoidance of social interaction. Changes in thinking and sleep are common signs of depression in adolescents and adults but are not as common in younger children. In children and teens, depression often occurs along with behavior problems and other mental health conditions, such as anxiety or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).Schoolwork may suffer in children who are depressed.
Access Bars as a Supportive Treatment for Depression
Many people worldwide are discovering that there is. It's a hands-on process taught through Access Consciousness® called Access Bars®.
"The Bars" are a set of 32 points on the head that are gently held during a 60-90 minute session. They are called Bars because the points that are touched are the end points of bars of energy running through and around the head.
"Running the bars" is so simple to learn many children learn and do them. As a recipient, all you have to do is relax and receive-but that alone could change your life.
Dr. Dain Heer, co-developer of Access Consciousness® and frequent co-author with founder Gary Douglas, had planned the date for his own suicide when he received his first Access Bars® session. He giggled like a little kid through the whole session and never contemplated suicide again. That was 12 years ago.
Facebook is replete with stories from other Access Bars® practitioners of miracles they and their clients have experienced using the Bars for people suffering from depression.
They often change so much after just one Bars session that most facilita does not even recognize them when they come for their second visits. Many have abandoned long-term therapy, telling her that they are now able to solve their own problems, using the tools of Access Consciousness®.
What's got you down? Would you be willing to change it? It could be as simple as finding an Access Bars® practitioner and having your Bars run! You might even find you get happy!
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