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Anafranil (Clomipramine)

Other names: Clomicalm
Some forms of depression are physically based — post-flu and post-natal depression, for instance. Anxiety and depression in themselves deplete your energies, and become exaggerated when your general health is below par.
Most forms of natural medicine help to lift the emotions as well as healing the body. Homoeopathy, herbalism, and acupuncture can help to restore your emotional balance; so can bodywork, perhaps combined with counselling, from a massage practitioner or aromatherapist. Spiritual healing works on all levels, calming and uplifting body and mind.
It’s worth trying osteopathy, incidentally, for post-natal depression; the sacrum (the shield-like bone at the bottom of the spine) can be displaced by pregnancy and giving birth, and some osteopaths believe that this can have a profound effect on the balance of your emotions.
As temporary props, herbal tranquillizers are effective and have no harmful side effects. Herbal infusions can be even more helpful, supplying trace elements and minerals that strengthen the nervous system.
Bach Flower Remedies can bring about a totally natural change in your thoughts and feelings. White chestnut, for instance, is good for obsessive thoughts, and mustard for depression. Agrimony, for people who put on a cheerful front concealing inner torment, has helped a number of people recover their sleep.

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