Depression is so common these days that most of us know someone who has experienced an episode of it, if not someone with the diagnosis of major or bipolar depression. It’s estimated that each year, depression significantly affects nearly 4% of people in the United States, with 9% experiencing occasional depression.
In this article I share symptoms of depression, some possible underlying causes, sources for neurotransmitter supplements, and behavioral interventions that may be useful.
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