You’ve lost your spark, your drive, your get up and go.
Something is missing and you’re not quite sure what. You feel tired, lethargic. You’re sad and you don’t know why. Your doctor prescribed an antidepressant and said it would make you feel better.
But what if it doesn’t?
Antidepressants are the most frequently used prescription drug by persons aged 18-44 years and one in ten people over the age of 12 take them.  Yes, they can be lifesaving for some people. But for most, a pill is not the answer.
Let’s take an active role in making you feel better. We’ll examine the root cause of your depression, rather than symptoms. Together we’ll look at exercise, food, supplements, relaxation and mind-body techniques to alter your perspective and outlook.
1 National Center for Health Statistics. Health, United States, 2010: Special feature on death and dying. Table 95. Hyattsville, MD. 2011.