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Depression has many different causes and different levels of severity. A medical professional or a family member may say you have a mild depression but it feels severe to you because you are the one living it. You may be depressed if you always feel the blah’s, sleep much more than usual, have trouble sleeping, are never in the mood to be around others or have a good time, your disposition changes from sunny to being down or even disliking yourself and a sudden loss of self confidence. There are other symptoms but those are a few.

The diagnosis and treatment of severe depression is often done by psychologists and they use everything from drugs to treat the symptoms to psychotherapy. How much or how little success is achieved with these treatments varies with each individual.

Too many people that are experiencing depression go through a period of denial before acknowledging the problem. Be honest with yourself and admit you have a problem so the treatment can be easier and you start living a life that you enjoy faster.

Some recognized types of depression are:

Menopause and Depression
Pregnancy Depression
And More

Moving, losing a loved one, weather changes and serious illnesses or injuries can also trigger depression so please don’t think you are alone or that there isn’t help available for you or a loved one.

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Zinc is so important to your body that it is part of every cell in the body. It is estimated that zinc is part of at least 3,000 proteins and about 200 enzymes.

Pregnant women and lactating women need to work with their medical professionals to ensure they have enough zinc in their diets because the zinc helps prevent premature delivery, low birth weights, neuropsychological development and growth retardation.

Men need to pay attention to their zinc levels if they are interested in their sexual health. Sperm formation, sperm motility and the male hormone metabolism are all affected by your zinc levels.

Teenagers that wish to help prevent acne rather than treating it should ensure they are getting an adequate supply of dietary zinc.

Zinc is especially important for anyone with wounds or burns because it helps the skin heal and it helps strengthen the immune system.

Your immune system helps fight many diseases and illnesses including the common cold. Zinc lozenges have proven effective in killing several of the viruses associated with the common cold. This shows that a healthy immune system requires zinc and zinc lozenges may help shorten the duration of and colds you may catch. A healthy immune system with an adequate zinc level may also delay the onset of influenza.

A zinc deficiency may show itself with symptoms ranging from lack of taste, loss of appetite, prolonged wound healing, slow growth, night blindness, skin lesions, diarrhea, reduced sense of smell, memory loss and hair loss. An extreme deficiency of zinc could help bring about the eating disorder anorexia nervosa because of the loss of appetite and loss of taste. Some of the problems that may develop because of a zinc deficiency may result in death if left untreated.

In addition to pregnant and lactating women, children and seniors are susceptible to zinc deficiencies.

Shellfish, most animal proteins such as red meat, legumes, almonds, nuts, whole grains, sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds are all sources of zinc.

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