Depression

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Depression is a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest.

Topical

2 to 3 drops of Frankincense, Ylang Ylang, Joy blend, Cedarwood, or Sandalwood to brain stem and heart 3 to 5 times daily.

Hormonal Imbalances may causes depression.

For women,  apply 2 to 5 drops of progessence plus serum at carotid artery twice daily.

For men, take 8 drops of Idaho Blue Spruce with capsule daily.

 

Diffuse

Diffuse Joy, Citrus Fresh, Lemon, Lime, Orange or Frankincense daily.

depression

 

 

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
depression (noun)
1.
a) the angular distance of a celestial object below the horizon
b) the size of an angle of depression
2.
an act of or a state of being as - depressing depressed
a) a pressing down - lowering
b) (1) a state of feeling sad - dejection
(2) a psychoneurotic or psychotic disorder marked especially by sadness, inactivity, difficulty in thinking and concentration, a significant increase or decrease in appetite and time spent sleeping, feelings of dejection and hopelessness, and sometimes suicidal tendencies
c) (1) a reduction in activity, amount, quality, or force
(2) a lowering of vitality or functional activity
3.
a depressed place or part - hollow
4.
- low
5.
a period of low general economic activity marked especially by rising levels of unemployment
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
depression (noun)
1.
a period of decreased economic activity
SYNONIMS:
recession, slump
RELATED WORDS:
bust, crash, panic; stagnation; downbeat, downdraft, downswing, downtrend, downturn, slowdown
NEAR ANTONYMS:
development, growth; advancement, progress; rally, recovery
boom
depression (noun)
2.
a state or spell of low spirits
SYNONIMS:
blue devils, blues, dejection, depression, desolation, despond, despondence, despondency, disconsolateness, dispiritedness, doldrums, dolefulness, downheartedness, dreariness, dumps, forlornness, gloom, gloominess, glumness, heartsickness, joylessness, melancholy, miserableness, mopes, mournfulness, oppression, sorrowfulness, unhappiness
RELATED WORDS:
melancholia, self-pity; anguish, dolor, grief, mourning, somberness, sorrow, woefulness; agony, distress, pain; misery, woe, wretchedness; discouragement, disheartenment; moodiness; despair, desperation, hopelessness, self-despair; boredom, ennui, tedium; dismalness, drear, morbidness, moroseness, morosity; regret, rue
NEAR ANTONYMS:
gaiety ( gayety), gayness, glee, gleefulness, humor, jollity, joviality, lightheartedness, merriment, mirth, mirthfulness; cheer, cheerfulness, cheeriness, hopefulness, optimism, sunniness; content, contentedness, contentment, satisfaction; delight, gratification
bliss, blissfulness, ecstasy, elatedness, elation, euphoria, exhilaration, exuberance, exultation, felicity, gladness, gladsomeness, happiness, heaven, intoxication, joy, joyfulness, joyousness, jubilation, rapture, rapturousness
depression (noun)
3.
a sunken area forming a separate space
SYNONIMS:
cavity, concavity, dent, depression, dint, hollow, indentation, indenture, pit, recess
RELATED WORDS:
burrow, cave, cavern, ditch, excavation, furrow, groove, gutter, trench, trough; basin, bowl, valley; alcove, cleft, niche, nook, opening, recess, socket; alveolus, dimple, gouge, impression, imprint, notch, pocket; borehole, chuckhole, crater, posthole, pothole, sinkhole, wallow, water hole, well; abyss, chasm, gulf, vacuity, vacuum, void
NEAR ANTONYMS:
hill, mound, rise; bump, bunch, hump, lump, pimple, swell, swelling, tumor
bulge, camber, convexity, jut, projection, protrusion, protuberance
depression (noun)
4.
the amount by which something is lessened
SYNONIMS:
abatement, decline, decrement, dent, depletion, depression, diminishment, diminution, drop, drop-off, fall, falloff, loss, reduction, shrinkage, step-down
RELATED WORDS:
deduction, subtraction; downturn, slip, slump; curtailment, cut, cutback, retrenchment, shortening
NEAR ANTONYMS:
accretion, accrual, accumulation, addition, supplement; continuation, extension; upswing, uptrend, upturn
boost, enlargement, gain, increase, increment, raise, rise, step-up, uptick
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