What is Depression?
Depression is one of the most common mental health problems across the globe. According to WHO, around 300 million people suffer from depression.
Depression decreases the ability of the person to function effectively due to the emotional and physical effects of the disease. Some of the depression symptoms are:
- Feelings of immense sadness and sense of hopelessness
- Weakness, changes in appetite and sleeping patterns
- Social isolation and loss of interest in routine activities
- Difficulty thinking, concentrating or making decisions
- Constant nervousness and irritability
- Thoughts of death or suicide in severe cases
For a correct diagnosis, a person must experience at least five of the above depression symptoms. When the symptoms last for at least two weeks or more and there is a marked change in the current and the previous level of functioning, the person can be diagnosed with depression.
Researchers have connected depression with insufficient levels of serotonin in the brain. Depression can vary from mild to severe and can be categorised on the basis of triggers.
Some of the known triggers or causes of depression are genetics, abuse, loss of a loved one and failure in life. Since the triggers and the symptoms vary from person to person, the coping mechanism of this disease also varies. Women are more prone to depression than men and cases of childhood depression is also increasing.
The severity of this disease can vary the treatment in each case. Some forms of depression are mentioned below:
- Chronic Depression (Dysthymia)
- Bipolar Depression (Manic Depression)
- Psychotic Depression
- Antenatal and postnatal depression
Depression, grief and sadness are terms that often get mixed or used interchangeably. But there are clear differences.
Sadness is a temporary feeling of being upset – less marks in exam, not clearing a test etc.
Grief is a direct response to loss – death of a parent, pet etc.
Depression can be triggered by a situation and is prolonged- a divorce, breakup etc.
Persistent sadness and grief can turn into depression over time.
Depression is reversible and can be treated with medications and non-medication based treatments.
What is the impact of depression on the brain?
Depression can damage the physical structure of the brain. Example of the physical changes are inflammation, reduction in oxygen to brain, shrinking of brain etc.
According to ManavGuru, people face health problems like depression when they are disconnected with the Universal Energy (God) even though they are surrounded by it all the time.
Is it possible to cure depression permanently?
Yes, it is certainly possible! When the person is connected with Universal Energy (God), problems like depression gets easily cured.
What is Universal Energy (God)?
All religious scriptures talk about God. He is the only one who can neither be created nor be destroyed. He is not born and will never die. He is the Supreme Being. God is everywhere in the universe but cannot be seen.
There is a unique energy in this universe that we call Universal Energy. Universal Energy is also everywhere in this universe but cannot be seen.
The characteristics of both God and Universal Energy is the same. Then why don’t we call God as Universal Energy.
Universal Energy (God) is a life force that surrounds us at all times.
Universal Energy (God) is known to us by various names such as ‘Vishwashakti’, ‘Pranashakti’, Cosmic Energy etc.
Where can you connect with Universal Energy (God)?
To connect with Universal Energy (God), it is not necessary to go to a temple, mosque, church or any other religious places. The place where we spend our maximum time in a day is important.
We spend around 10-12 hours a day in our house and 8-10 hours a day in our workplace. It means that out of 24 hours/day, we spend 20-22 hours/day in both these places i.e. our house and workplace. So these are the two places to connect with Universal Energy (God).
How can you connect with Universal Energy (God)?
ManavGuru will help you and your family to connect with Universal Energy (God) through his divine knowledge.
Since the year 2000, millions of families are experiencing and leading an Anandmay Jeevan or happy life.
Is there any scientific explanation to this?
Universal Energy (God) has a unique vibrational frequency. Number ‘9’ is the unique high vibrational frequency of Universal Energy (God). Every person has energy with some vibrational frequency. The place where the person lives or works also has energy with some vibrational frequency.
When vibrational frequencies of the person and their house/workplace are connected with vibrational frequency of Universe (i.e. ‘9’) then immediately Universal Energy (God) is channelized in the body of the person and place. This results in supply of Universal Energy (God) to trillions of cells in the body when required.
In other words when Universal Energy (God) is channelized in the body of the person, Universal Energy (God) is supplied to trillions of cells in the body and this helps the cells and organs to become more energized and active.
As a result the person starts experiencing positive changes physically, mentally, financially, and socially and education wise in 9 to 180 days.
Universal Energy (God) also gets supplied to the immune cells. It helps the neurons to produce the serotonin and also helps in the smooth flow of oxygen to the brain. Then in the next 9 to 180 days positive changes can be experienced. Some of these changes are:
- You become more open to communication and social interaction
- You will overcome anxiety and depression completely
- Your overall health starts to improve
- You resume normal work and daily routines
- There will be happiness in the family due to absence of diseases
Connecting with Universal Energy (God) is the best depression treatment and restores the balance between healthy functioning of mind and body. It helps return to a natural state of well-being and function.