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Natural Care BluesStop, 60 Veggie Caps
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  • Natural Care BluesStop, 60 Veggie Caps

Natural Care BluesStop, 60 Veggie Caps

Regular: $26.99You Save: 38%

Online Sale Price: $16.70
Manufacturer : Natural Care
UPC : 705692575378
Manufacturer Part #: NC0043
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Homeopathic
Helps Relieve Symptoms of:
Melancholy
Despair
Sadness
Depressing Emotions
BluesStop is a unique homeopathic formula that helps relieve the symptoms of occasional depressed feelings.
Indications: For temporary relief of symptoms of grief, melancholy, sadness, despair, and depressed emotions.
Understanding Depression
Depression has many causes, including genetics, stress, other illness, and childhood trauma. Some, or all, may impact the severity of mood or depression symptoms a person experiences. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, symptoms of depression include:
Fatigue and decreased energy
Feelings of guilt and worthlessness
Difficulty concentrating
Inability to make decisions
Insomnia or excessive sleeping
Persistent sadness and/or anxiety
There are many types of depression that are recognized by mental health professionals. These are discussed in more detail on the consumer flyer enclosed.
Anyone suffering from depression or suicidal symptoms should contact a mental health professional for treatment.
Depression Statistics
Almost 10% of American adults suffer from a depressive disorder
Twice as many women as men reportedly suffer from depression (men are far less likely to seek help or report depression)
41% of depressed women are too embarrassed to seek help
80% of depressed people are not seeking treatment
Economical annual cost of depression is estimated to be over $30 billion
Depression accounts for more absenteeism than any physical disorder in the workplace
Depression is linked to other physical diseases as a contributory factor
Loss of any type is considered to be a major risk factor for depression
See insert for more information and references.