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5 Simple Ways to Stop Depression in 10 Minutes

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We know anti-depressant drugs don’t work. It’s even been written about in the newspapers, and when they are that honest, we know the problem is extreme.

Fortunately, there are many ways we can snap out of a state of depression, almost instantly, usually in under 10 minutes. Here are 5 of them, with scientific proof.

  1. Let’s start with nature’s most powerful anti-depressant: Sunshine. A study in the Journal of Affective Disorders conducted over 6 years, examined how the weather can influence depression and mental disorders. They looked at 19 factors including seasons, wind chill, rainfall, solar irradiance, wind speed, temperature, cloudiness, and pollution. The only factor which had any affect was sunlight exposure.

    Another study in the Lancet looked specifically at serotonin, the main hormone responsible for happy feelings, and they drew blood samples from men in different seasons. They found that the production of serotonin was directly related to sunlight exposure, and that when exposure to the bright sun rays occurred, the serotonin levels rose rapidly.
  2. Walking or Exercise. A 2018 study published in Pub Med Central found that just a short 10-minute walk improved the mood of study participants, and can help to snap them out of a depressive state. 

    In the same year, a YouGov survey on adults in the UK found that a natural high from exercise was achieved on average, in 9 minutes and 44 seconds. The more intense your exercise session, the faster you achieved this rush of mood boosting endorphins.
  3. Meditation. The same study I just mentioned which found that a 10-minute walk could reverse depression, also tested meditation on a separate group of participants, and they also got a positive response. A quick 10-minute meditation session is also helpful to stop depression.

An interesting article from the Harvard Medical School explained that medial prefrontal cortex becomes hyperactive in depressed people, as is the amygdala, or “fear centre”, which triggers the adrenals to produce more cortisol, and these two parts of the brain work off each other to create depression. Meditation was found to break the connection between them, and help to stop depression.
  4. Laughing. This seems like a no brainer, but still the scientists have conducted numerous studies in this field. 2 meta-analysises found that laughter and humour significantly decreased depression, and interestingly, that simulated or self-induced laughter was more effective than spontaneous or genuine laughter at something funny, as different neural pathways were used by the body. 

    The science showed that laughter decreases serum levels of many stress-making hormones, while increasing positive mood hormones such as dopamine and serotonin. It also allows the body to get a rush of oxygen rich air, stimulating the organs to produce endorphins, which work similar to opioids to create a feeling of euphoria.
  5. Following on from that point about oxygen rich air, is the 5th and final way to quickly reverse depression, deep breathing. Interestingly, it is estimated that more than 60% of people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) have anxiety or depressive disorders, showing that improper breathing does lead to depression.

A study in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry had patients on depression medications instead perform yogic breathing, and they found this breathing technique reduced depression. But a wider review of all the breathing studies, published in Pub Med Central, showed that all slow breathing techniques reduced not only depression, but also anger, confusion, and anxiety.

These are 5 methods that anyone can do at home, to reverse depression fast. But for the very serious cases that don’t resolve with these techniques, there are also powerful non-Big Pharma solutions that work.

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