Depression is a disease that has become one of the most widespread diseases in the world today. It currently affects around 350 million people worldwide – and the problem is worsening.
About one million people commit suicide every year because they suffer from depression, and year after year this number is rising alarmingly fast.
By 2020, depression will be the second most common cause of premature death after heart disease.
In the United States and Northern Europe, about 10% of people over 12 are currently taking antidepressants to relieve their depressive symptoms. Just think for a second – if that’s the case, if so many people are on antidepressant drugs and these drugs are so readily available, why is the problem getting worse?
Well, it’s quite simple. It’s because antidepressants against depression are known to be expensive, ineffective and at high risk of sometimes terrible side effects – including increasing suicidal tendencies.
Unfortunately, people with this condition are often desperate for a cure and are willing to pay any price, even if they are explained the problems and limitations of the drug.
Every year, the pharmaceutical industry brings new, more expensive and still ineffective drugs on the market. And every year, the profits for the industry continue to increase…..
According to Mordor Intelligence, the antidepressant market in America alone was estimated at $11.6 billion in 2017. Since then, it has grown bigger and bigger every year and shows no signs of slowing. Meanwhile, the number of people suffering from depression is growing even faster.
Why is that?
Pharmaceutical companies will tell you “more antidepressants are being sold because more people suffer from depression” – but that’s just a veil over the truth.
The truth is this; the number of people with depression should decrease as more people take drugs to help them, the reason why the problem is getting worse is that the drugs don’t work!
If I told you that there is a way to cure depression naturally, without using useless drugs, making pharmaceutical companies a handful of money, and without weekly sessions with a therapist who will cost a small fortune… would you be surprised that no doctor or therapist tells you about it?
Of course not! In fact, every patient treated for depression by a doctor is worth about $300 to the medical and pharmaceutical profession every year – no wonder he distributes antidepressants like bowling!
Well, you know what, there is such a cure! And it’s all about the use of CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) techniques that can be done at home, and some nutritional and lifestyle changes.
Well, you can expect such great results – big news right? Not like that. You see, the pharmaceutical and medical industry is driven by profits, not by patient benefits.
That’s why they keep developing drugs that are expensive, have limited efficacy, and need to be taken continuously for years. This is the perfect combination to achieve ever-increasing profits.
An example of such shameless greed for profit on a large scale is the broad prescribing of statins to anyone who even has borderline high cholesterol. Statins actually have a very limited efficacy, are associated with a number of side effects, and…. guess what… once a person starts taking them, they have to take them all their life long!
Not so surprising, is it? When you think about when was the last time a pharmaceutical company cured something?
It’s the same with the drugs they prescribe against depression – no doctor or anyone in the industry will want you to discover that you can cure yourself from depression for just a few dollars if they can get you to pay thousands and thousands in your life for their “latest miracle cure”, or charge you a small fortune just to sit on a leather chair and listen to you for an hour a week without ever offering solutions or guarantees.
If you want to know more about the natural cure for depression that the medical industry is so anxious to hide from you, the go-to guy is James Gordon. Gordon is an independent researcher and former depression sufferer who has worked hard in recent years to understand the unscrupulous tactics of the medical industry.
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