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There are many reasons why we become depressed. Very few have a hereditary problem, while most have an physiological imbalance, bacterial/fungi or toxicity problem. Imbalance would typically be a lack of specific vitamins and minerals. Toxicity could be caused from chemicals or heavy metal toxicity, like aluminum, lead, mercury, etc., which all accumulate in the body, specifically in the brain. (For me, a B-complex vitamin and some Probiotics took me from suicidally depressed to normal in about 3-4 weeks.)
If you want to pinpoint your cause, you will need to see a Functional Medicine Doctor. Through a series of specific tests, they can pinpoint the area that is causing your depression/anxiety. They typically aren't covered under insurance and some of the specific tests can be expensive. But what is your piece of mind worth?
Everything StaticDischarge says is true. Exercise is another tool for mental health worth mentioning. Most people live sedentary lifestyles and don't move around enough, or stretch, or train their muscles. If you look and feel like crap physically, you're probably not going to be doing your best mentally. A balanced/healthy diet is also very important. People don't pay enough attention to what they put into their bodies and what effects those things might be having on their emotions moment to moment. This includes substances like caffeine and alcohol and even meal timing and portion sizes. Plus, most can't out train a really bad diet. But I think one of if not the most important aspect of mental health is accepting responsibility for your own mental state.Bad moods are often caused by dwelling on negative thoughts for too long a period than is necessary. You can't always control what random thoughts pop up into your head, but you can control whether or not you dwell on said thoughts. Sometimes mental health is just about managing the thoughts you dwell on/catching yourself when your dwelling on something negative, so you don't drive yourself into a downward spiral.
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