Laminine Food Supplement for Depression

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Depression can be linked with nutrition or lack thereof

With major depression, it may be difficult to work, study, sleep, eat, and enjoy friends and activities. Some people have clinical depression only once in their life, while others have it several times in a lifetime. Major depression seems to occur from one generation to the next in some families but may affect people with no family history of the illness.

Major or Clinical Depression

Feeling sad or low is a common thing but when depression hits you most of the day with symptoms ranging from loss of interest in even the normal things, lack of building or reacting to relational responses such as talking with a friend – You could be having a major depression.

Signs of Clinical Depression:

Lack of drive and energy
Sense of guilt and worthlessness
Unable to focus or make simple decisions
Lack of sleep or hypersomnia which is excessive sleeping
Repeated thoughts of suicide
Weight loss or gain

Chronic Depression or Dysthymia

Dysthymia is the most common form of depression. Referred to as mild depression where the person’s ‘sad’ symptoms linger for a longer period of time, even years but do not last the whole day. While the cause is not clear, this type of depression may be genetic. It helps to check your family pattern on depression for better diagnosis.

If it’s because of genes, the brain’s circuits or nerve cell that connect different brain regions regulating mood are involved. If the cause is due to illness, medications, and relationship, finding a cure for this type of depression is easier.

Signs of Dysthymia

Sadness or depressive mood most of the day
Loss of interest in one’s former pleasurable habits
Lack of drive and energy
Sense of guilt and worthlessness
Unable to focus or make simple decisions
Lack of sleep or hypersomnia which is excessive sleeping
Weight loss or gain

Atypical Depression

This type of depression is actually a variation of clinical depression or dysthymic disorder which include increased appetite or weight gain, sleepiness or excessive sleep, moods and strong reaction to a sense of rejection.

People with atypical depression have often experienced depression first at an early age, during their teenage years.

Signs of Atypical Depression

The symptoms are identical with clinical depression, except that this type of depression can manifest even at an early age, or past puberty.
Sleeping too much (hypersomnia)
Increased appetite or weight gain

Postpartum Depression

Literary means ‘after childbirth’, it is a complex mix of physical, emotional, and behavioral depression which is, of course, limited to women who just gave birth. Levels of estrogen and progesterone (reproductive hormones) increase tenfold during pregnancy which (rapid) drops sharply after delivery. Thus the chemical change is beyond the control of a woman, regardless of genes or circumstances.

Signs of Postpartum Depression

The symptoms are identical with clinical depression, except that this type of depression can manifest even at an early age, or past puberty.
Difficulty in sleeping
Extreme mood changes

Bipolar Depression (Manic Depression)

Also called manic depression, it’s actually a mood disorder, distinguished by ‘hypomanic episodes’. Manic behavior is a change from a normal mood to a mood accompanied by high energy. Bipolar is a complex disorder that affects millions of Americans. This condition should carefully be observed because it can lead to hallucinations, psychosis, grandiose delusions, or paranoid rage.

Bipolar’s depressive episodes may lead to long-term effect, particularly in marital relationships. The disorder can appear between ages 15 and 24 and persists throughout a lifetime and hospitalization is usually recommended.

Signs of Bipolar Depression

Sudden mood changes
Extreme talkativeness
Impulsive thoughts
Aggressive reaction
Easily irritated
Undecisive
Short sleeping habits
Delusions or psychosis
Sadness and hopelessness
Suicidal thoughts or behavior
Anxiety and Guilt

Seasonal Depression (SAD)

This type of depression is literary the effect of the season. The most common SAD is during winter months, or in tropical countries during the rainy season. Some doctors believe that this depression is triggered by certain hormones or perhaps related to hormone changes. A psychiatrist has theorized that the cause lies on less sunlight during these seasons.

When the nerve cells in our brain that regulate mood are disrupted (either with what we see or feel), the result is a feeling of depression. With SAD, it is more common in women than men. Perhaps due to the fact that women respond more to the environment and are easily affected by it.

Doctors recommend that people with seasonal depression do their best to be exposed to natural light or undergo light therapy (phototherapy).

Signs of Seasonal Depression

The sense of fatigue and lack of energy and motivation
Increased desire to be alone
Weight gain due to overeating and lack of physical activity

Psychotic Depression

This is a sub-type of major depression that occurs when a severe depressive illness includes some form of psychosis or hallucinations. These voices seem demonic for some because an actual voice is heard (Example – hearing a voice telling you that you are no good or worthless). The patient also experiences delusion (Example – intense feelings of worthlessness or failure). Psychotic depression is very common among those who are required to be admitted in the hospital.

Signs of Psychotic Depression

Intense emotion such as easily getting angry for no reason.
Asleep by day and awake at night
Neglect personal hygiene such as bathing or changing clothes
Difficult to talk to or get some answers
Speak gibberish, as if being possessed
Hallucinations and delusions

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Alternative support for depression

Seeing a psychiatrist may help but statistics show that family counseling is more effective in dealing with people who are depressed. While medication prescribed by doctors can help, recovery may be temporary or the patient is subjected to lifetime medication.

Medication is the easiest way to deal with depression but does not provide a long-term solution. Cognitive therapy is a better alternative which enables patients to correct false self-beliefs that can lead to negative moods and behaviors. This type of treatment is can be expensive and may take more time.

Studies have shown that cognitive therapy is an effective treatment for depression and is comparable in effectiveness to antidepressants and interpersonal or psychodynamic therapy. Another alternative is through counseling from Christian support groups. They believe that the cause of depression is deeply rooted spiritually.

The combination of cognitive therapy (or spiritual counseling) coupled with antidepressants (in this case a food supplement such as Laminine), has been shown to effectively manage severe or chronic depression. (aap.org)

While the root cause may often be a chemical imbalance in nature, our body has its way of fighting this back, naturally.

Omega-3 Fatty acids may help delay development of Psychosis

60% of our brain is made up of fat. The omega-3 fat DHA alone makes up about 15 percent to 20 percent of your brain’s cerebral cortex. It’s found in relatively high levels in your neurons – the cells of your central nervous system, where it provides structural support.

Because your brain is literally built from omega-3 fats (ω-3 or n-3 fatty acids), it makes sense that it would play an integral role in your brain function. Researchers from the Orygen Youth Health Research Center in Australia revealed that people at high risk of developing psychosis can prevent the condition from developing for about seven years. This can be done by taking an animal-based omega-3 fat supplement.

Among the patients taking an animal-based omega-3s, only 10 percent transitioned to psychosis during the study period. The rate of transition among the non-omega-3 group was 40 percent. The study builds on 2010 research by the same group, which found that supplementing with animal-based omega-3s for 12 weeks reduced the risk of psychosis development in those at high risk for over one year. The 2014 study has now established that omega-3s may delay progression to psychosis for much longer – a period of at least seven years. (Dr. Paul Amminger)

Laminine Omega +++ contains omega fatty acids that may be added to Laminine to deal with depression.

Laminine increases Serotonin & reduces Cortisol

In an experiment done through Dr. Bjodne Eskeland, a 23% reduction of Cortisol levels was observed in participants after taking Laminine for 12 days minimum. While Laminine is not just intended to help with stress, the key factor in what seems to be a “one for all” treatment is in its amino acid chain component.

Important proteins that help our brain function

Laminine Food Supplement contains 22 full chain amino acids or proteins. Similar to how alphabets work, these amino acids can form themselves to become the kind of protein our body needs. Proteins are the building block of our body and the scarcity of certain proteins tips off our balance, be it mental or physical.

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Glutathione
Laminine’s 22 amino acids can be a precursor to other forms of amino acids or protein our body needs. For example, the precursors of glutathione synthesis are the amino acids glutamate, glycine and cysteine (chemical formula: C10H17N3O6S). It is considered as the mother of all antioxidant, but today is marketed as an inhibitor of melanin in the cosmetics industry or simply a whitening supplement. This is actually the reason why some Laminine users experience fairer and better skin, although Laminine is not intended for cosmetic purposes.

Glutathione levels in the body may also help manage depression.
A study published in a 2008 issue of “Trends in Pharmacological Sciences” suggests that free radical-mediated oxidative stress is one of the main causes of the mechanisms that contribute to psychiatric disorders, such as depression. Glutathione, with its significant antioxidant activity, may be a novel approach to treat the condition. The results of a clinical trial published in a 2008 issue of “Biological Psychiatry” also indicate that taking 1 gram of N-acetyl cysteine as a supplement twice daily for 24 weeks increases glutathione levels in the body and helps alleviate depressive symptoms.

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Serotonin
Another amino acid chain is serotonin which is a (monoamine) neurotransmitter. Neurotransmitter also known as chemical messengers, are chemicals (in our body) that transmit signals to our brain.

In the case of serotonin, this monoamine neurotransmitter tells us to be happy. Monoamine (neurotransmitters dopamine, noradrenaline and serotonin) are from amino acids like phenylalanine, tyrosine, tryptophan. In fact, drugs used to increase (or reduce) the effect of monoamine are sometimes used to treat patients with psychiatric disorders, including depression, anxiety, and schizophrenia. (Wikipedia on Monoamine neurotransmitter)

→ Recommended Laminine dosage

These types of amino acids that encourages serotonin production is found in the amino acid or protein rich – Fertilized Avian Egg Extract (FAEE).


Testimonies on how Laminine helped with the depression

“Within three hours, three or four hours, there’s energetic calm came across me it was like the stress just dissolved” – Emelie Watson

“The next level of mental clarity was phenomenal” – Sharon Monet

“There’s no way you could have told me that I could feel this much better” – John Altshuler

“I’m not depressed because sometimes in life so many things that bother you and now I’m very calm” – Irene Savchin

“I noticed within 30-45 minutes after taking the capsules that even though I was still in pain, I could sit still, watch a movie, move around the house, stay focused on what I wanted to accomplish and did not have the feeling of aggravation and depression” – Michelle

→ Read first hand and direct testimonial on depression


Recommended Dosage

A combination of Laminine Omega+++ and Laminine original is an ideal food supplement for depressive related sickness. A person who is stressed or depressed can take the standard dosage of 1 capsule 30 minutes before breakfast, and 2 capsules at bedtime. If your day ahead will be met with more stress and you need to stay focused, you can take at least 2 capsules of Laminine at breakfast.

This will ensure that your cortisol and serotonin levels will fight off abnormal imbalance. It will also provide the energy you need to stay focused the whole day. The best part of taking Laminine as an anti-depressant is that you’re taking in food and not chemical compounds. The side effects are even better – smoother skin, better sleep, and a fresher looking you.

For those with clinical depression, a minimum of 4 capsules per day is recommended. These include those with mental issues, manic depression, and psychosis. There are no overdosing of Laminine and this can be taken as a dietary supplement. If the patient is taking drugs or medicine, a 2-hour interval is recommended before or after medication. Avoid Laminine if you are allergic to egg.

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