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Feel depressed after breakfast but get better in the evening

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Feel depressed after breakfast but get better in the evening and Ok in the middle of the night. ???

AgapeDoc :

Thanks for contacting Just Answer.... Let me see if I can help here....

AgapeDoc :

There is good news in what you have posted..... Many people wake up depressed and get worse as the day goes on or are not able to sleep - you are able to make progress as the day goes on... :

AgapeDoc :

Since you have tried medications, I wonder if trying other methods might be a good idea.

AgapeDoc :

It's not uncommon for hormone levels to vary at different times of the day. Some people have found success using diet and exercise - simple exercises such as walking.

AgapeDoc :

I think you should make an appointment with a Naturopath. This is a professional that can help with issues such as the depression you are facing by using natural remedies such as I mentioned already.

AgapeDoc :

How am I doing?

Customer:

I have seen several Psychiatrists without much luck. Just more prescriptions which are of no help. suspect possible hormone problem but no help from Endocrinologist.

Customer:

Sorry, had a phone call. I do walk as much as I can and agree about seeiing an Naturopath

AgapeDoc :

That's what I suspected. That's why I suggest a Naturopath. Many of my clients have found tremendous success using natural remedies from a Professional Naturopath. I am not a psychiatrist, I am a counselor (can't prescribe meds) and there have been many times that I have referred people such as yourself to a naturopath and it is amazing how successful this has been over the last 2 to 3 years.

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