Depression is an increasingly common condition that 1 in 8 men and 1 in 6 women are likely to experience in their lifetime. The cause of depression is
varied as are its effects on the individual and treatment. However, there is always treatment available and often it is a combination of mental, physical
and emotional solutions that will provide relief.
For many people depression is a feeling of heaviness. It may accompany self-loathing thoughts, feelings of hopelessness and at its extreme suicidal tendencies.
Because Depression can affect people in different ways, it often goes undiagnosed and untreated.
At Noosa Confidential we understand that Depression is the outcome of a combination of lifestyle factors, negative psychological patterns, trauma, bio-chemical reactions and genetic pre-disposition.
As with all Treatment Solutions offered at Noosa Confidential, your program for recovery with be tailored to you and prescribed based on the results of your comprehensive diagnostic and pathology testing.
We will review all areas of concern that may be contributing factors including gut health, hormones, digestive issues, biochemical imbalances, genetic pre-disposition, unresolved trauma and emotional disturbance and lifestyle factors. Once we have a complete understanding of what is happening for you, we will begin a program designed to correct your specific needs.
All Noosa Confidential programs start with research… we do not make any assumptions about how you got to the point you are
or what that is like for you physically and psychologically.
We base how we will work with you through the stages of feel better, get better, stay better on your individual specific test results.
Our priority is not to fix you but to support and educate as we facilitate your transition to start feeling better. From here we will guide you to get better and give you the tools you need long term to stay better.
If you are looking for a solution to help someone else that you can see is struggling, we are here to help. Our team is ready and waiting to provide you
with the advice, support and guidance you need to start a conversation about treatment.
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