Clinical Depression: A Chemical Imbalance

Clinical depression is a complex condition in which many different bodily changes come together to cause a multitude of different actions that in chorus result in a primary response in the body known as a chemical imbalance. stress can be a primary indicator of depression. When you deal with stress long term, your body can cause the neurotransmitters, known as Serotonin and Norepinephrine, in the central nervous system and in the brain to carry an excessive work load resulting in a malfunction. Your body requires these neurotransmitters to work well in order to create the chemicals you need in...

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