Are you suffering from depression?
Depression in the UK is a major mental illness that can affect people of all ages. It’s a complex condition that expresses itself in varying degrees of sadness, frustration and hopelessness. Though its primary causes are not precisely known, it has been proven that negative life-changing events, illness, and your psychological background can all be factors in depression.
Conventional therapies claim that talking about the problem goes some way towards getting to the root of the illness. At Primal Energetics, we take a different approach to helping people who have depression.
Our pioneering psycho-energetic treatment moves away from ‘talk’ therapies. We believe repeatedly re-telling and analysing negative stories reinforces them in your mind and imprints them on your energy systems. This can create blocks in your energy-flow and compound negative feelings, symptomatic of depression. Instead, Primal Energetics works to bring your inner stories out via the unconscious, and we then clear your energy systems to release them.
Primal Energetics is a three stage system that works with your inner energy pattern and the relationship of the unconscious upon your everyday life. Our Stage One ‘Purification’ experience comprises four 90-minute sessions. Each one designed to treat depression and restore your natural energy balance.
The Primal Energetics approach
Primal Energetics offers you a revolutionary approach to treating depression that quickly helps to lessen the effects of depression and identifies its causes. We use a blend of energy treatment and psychological methods. All are 100% safe, natural, and highly transformative for body, mind and soul. In just four 90 minute sessions with the Primal Energetics team, you’ll:
Feel deep relaxation during each 45 minute energy therapy
Experience fast-acting emotional and energetic uplift
See how your unconscious creates energy blocks that cause depression
Get greater clarity and deeper insight on why depression is affecting you.
Signs of depression
Tiredness and loss of energy
Sadness that doesn’t go away
Loss of self-confidence and self-esteem
Loss of enthusiasm for life
Feeling anxious all the time
Feelings of helplessness and hopelessness
Feelings of guilt or worthlessness
Loss of appetite
Loss of sex drive and/or sexual problems
Physical aches and pains
Thinking about suicide and death
Latest research on depression
Over 3 million people were diagnosed with having depression in 2017. That number is increasing.
50% of people who have suffered depression will have a relapse in their lifetime.
Women are twice as likely as men to develop depression.
According to the WHO, depression will be the second-leading cause of world disability by 2020.
9.8 million working days are lost in the UK due to depression.
About 4% of children aged 5 to 16 in the UK are anxious or depressed
Pioneering studies using smartphones and apps can track the real-time feelings of depression sufferers.
Children of women who are depressed during their pregnancy may be more likely to succumb to depression.
How to manage depression
Treatment for depression has historically been a combination of lifestyle changes, talking therapies and medication. Today, new treatments such as medical apps, self-help websites, or joining a local support group are also popular in helping people cope with depression.
Many people with depression benefit by making lifestyle changes, such as getting more exercise, cutting down on alcohol, smoking, and following a healthier diet.
Your recommended treatment will be based on whether you have mild, moderate or severe depression. Unsure if you have depression or how severe your condition is? Visit your GP or get the help of a professional.
A key factor in coping with depression is recognising you’re depressed. Just talking about your depression with friends, family, employer or a professional who deals with depression can be the first step to easing your suffering. What best to manage depression is really down to you. Ultimately, you’ll know what’s working and what’s not.