How to Naturally Treat Depression to Maintain Your Sex Life

Mon, 01/11/2010 - 16:27
Submitted by moodMD

Have you ever wondered why so many people are taking antidepressant medications? Most depressed people are deficient in the "happy" chemical serotonin (it should be noted that there are many other brain chemicals that have also been linked to depression). In this video, Julia Ross, the Executive Director of Recovery Systems, explains how the food we eat affects our brain chemistry and can contribute to low amounts of serotonin and feelings of depression:

Kim was deeply depressed, highly agitated and compulsive. She tried psychotherapy and almost every antidepressant medication available with NO results. She decided to take a natural approach by taking the amino acid tryptophan (trip-toe-fan) and saw real change. Even if you have been depressed your whole life and on many medications, there is still hope that you can be happy, hot and sexy:

Joan suffered from low self esteem, obsessive thoughts, insomnia, irritability, negativity, worry and anxiety. She was able to clear these false moods completely in less than two months and without taking antidepressants:

To contact Recovery Systems:
RECOVERY SYSTEMS 147 Lomita Drive, Suite D Mill Valley, CA 94941
(415) 383-3611 ext. 2

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Depression

Mon, 01/11/2010 - 17:08
Jeffrey65802 (not verified)

I've always found it amusing how antidepressants rob the patient of their one joy left in life - their sexuality. I'm sorry to be blunt, but people are simply fucking stupid when it comes to sex. Sex is your birthright, anyone suggesting otherwise should be put up against the wall...Enjoy the ability God gave you with how your hands reach everywhere on your body. If you have an itch, scratch it. Simple.

And after you've had a few orgasms, if still worrying about depression try reducing the amount of sugar you ingest every day. Sugar will cause depression real quick.

"When you do things right, people wont be sure you did anything at all." God, Futurama

Julia Ross and Co. are Goddesses

Mon, 01/11/2010 - 22:58
aelfie (not verified)

I found them 3 years ago, and they literally saved my (and my children's) lives.

I went to my regular Doc saying I was depressed, suicidal, homicidal, sleep deprived, and just plain burned out (13 mo. post partum with twins and a 3.5 y.o. at home). I asked to have my thyroid checked since I felt these were symptoms...not the problem itself. I asked to have my thyroid checked, Doc refused. Handed me scrips for anti-depressants, anti-anxiety, and sleep pills. WTF?

A month later I found Julia.

She and her crew figured out that not only was I not getting enough thyroid medication, I wasn't getting the right type. I was also suffering from: adrenal burnout, celiac disease, malnutrition, sleep apnea, and other food allergies.

Took over a year to get everything figured out and treated and oh what a difference. Life never felt so good.

They are just awesome over there...highly recommended!!!

antidepressants and Orgasm

Sat, 09/12/2015 - 20:03
Cathy McClelland (not verified)

I have been on antidepressant since I was sixteen but I have always enjoyed a great sex life with just myself. I was lucky, I read Betty's book when still a teenager and it changed my life. 
Yes antidepressants do seem to make orgasms more difficult but don't give up because you just have to love your body, touch yourself and learn to pleasure yourself because with much perseverence anti-depressants do not have to prevent orgasms. I suffer severe depression and I take a nice slug of anti-depressants and I orgasm all the time many times several times in a row. Your most powerful sexual organ is your brain. Your thinking about your sexuality is the biggest tool to orgasm. Send yourself good messages about your body and your pussy and you WILL orgasm!