Omega 3 Depression Treatment


Omega 3 Depression Treatment

Studies have shown that “Omega 3 Depression”, or depression caused by Omega 3 deficiency, can be easily corrected.

In a previous article, we have discussed in greater detail the link between Omega 3 and depression causes.

In this article, we focus on how you can correct your Omega 3 deficiency, so as to deal more effectively with your depression.

Symptoms of Omega-3-depression

The following are some symptoms [1, 2] experienced by those who are Omega-3 deficient or whose Omega-3-to-6 ratio is too low:

  • depression

  • sluggishness
  • fatigue
  • poor concentration or attention deficit
  • hyperactivity
  • learning problems
  • aggressiveness
  • sinus congestion
  • dry skin
  • dandruff
  • dry eyes
  • excessive thirst
  • dense stools or constipation
  • brittle nails and hair
  • cracked skin on heels or fingertips
  • frequent urination
  • allergies
  • lowered immunity
  • poor wound healing
  • frequent infections
  • carbohydrate craving

However, this list is by no means diagnostic of “Omega 3 Depression” or depression per se.

For a more accurate indicator of your Omega-3-to-6 ratio, you would need to do a blood test. Note that the ratio of Omega-3-to-6 is lower in the blood than the brain, so the ideal ratio for the blood test is 1:2 while a ratio of 1:3 remains in the healthy range. [2]

Treating depression naturally using Omega 3, 6

With an understanding of the link between Omega-3 and depression, you will be able to make headway when treating Omega-3-depression naturally with nutrients, in particular, fatty acids.

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