6 Conditions that Feel Like
Depression and Anxiety but Aren’t
You’ve been to many doctors already, including psychiatrists and psychologists, trying to fix your depression and anxiety. Nothing seems to help much. It’s still happening. Has any doctor investigated the physiological factors that could be causing these feelings of depression and anxiety? I’m mean, REALLY investigated, thoroughly? Have you run urine neurotransmitter tests? Have you done a 24 hour saliva cortisol test? If not, then it hasn’t been investigated. Call today to get started – 512-201-4042.
And sometimes it isn’t really depression and anxiety, though it feels like it. These problems can make you feel those feelings, even though you’ve got no reason to feel depressed or anxious. Do you recognize any of these in yourself?
Summary: Neurotransmitters, Anxiety and Depression are a hot topic in my clinic these days. It seems like almost every other new patient has anxiety or depression in some form. Effective, natural treatments work well!
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