Help with depression with the Yager Therapy®

  • Depression & Yager Therapy

Perhaps you visit this page because you or someone else suffers from depressive feelings or depression? Are you looking for a short-term process or a therapeutic intervention with lasting results? On this page we not only discuss the phenomenon of depression, we also offer you insight into what the Yager Therapy® can mean for you. Based on this, everyone can make a choice whether applying the Yager-Code® can offer him / her the solution for a permanent and permanent change.

What is a depression?

A depression is a complex whole, a name for a series of unpleasant feelings, sensations and emotions such as:

  • irritability
  • trouble sleeping
  • tiredness and low in your energy, lifeless
  • feelings of despair
  • excitement and inhibition
  • decreased appetite or an increase in appetite
  • loss of concentration and indecision
  • reduction of interests and the enjoyment of activities
  • sometimes even suicidal thoughts

People suffering from depression will certainly recognize themselves in the above. All these negative influences reinforce each other and cause a downward spiral. The consequence of this manifests itself in various areas, both personally and in terms of business and social matters. But how does depression occur and, above all, how can I get rid of it again? On this page we indicate which path you can possibly take. We try to make clear how the Yager Therapy® works and how our way of thinking differs from other, often more conventional, solutions. Whether applying the Yager-Code® can offer you a solution, we are happy to leave to you. We only reach out to you!

The cause of depression

As already mentioned, depression is a complex whole. There is often not one specific cause for the occurrence of depression. Science speaks of a bio-psycho-social model, a combination of personal traits, events and genetic predisposition. If we look for a biological explanation, then we can state that a reduced level of certain neurotransmitters (serotonin, noradrenaline) is responsible for these negative, depressive feelings. The biochemical household in our brain is therefore out of balance. In addition to the neurotransmitters, certain hormones can also play a role in the onset of depression.

Psychic influences and personal qualities

Psychic influences and personal qualities can also play a role in the onset of depression. A major event or an event with a heavy emotional charge can easily lead to mood swings and ultimately manifest as depression. What applies to psychic influences also applies to personal qualities. How do you assemble as a person? Are you a pessimistic person or someone who worries a lot? Do you have little self-confidence or insufficient resilience to handle sadness and disappointment? Are you a perfectionist and do you take too much of yourself? Do you suffer from fear of failure? Are you packing everything up or are you struggling to get support? All these qualities, so the way you look at life, can be partly responsible for feelings of depression and increase the chance of depression.

Physical causes

In addition to psychological influences and personal qualities, physical causes can also be mentioned. For example, we know that certain diseases may also play a role in the onset of depression. Some of these diseases include: abnormalities of the thyroid or adrenal cortex, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and inflammation. The use of some medicines and the use of alcohol and drugs also have an influence on our state of mind.

Depression, but now the solution

In the foregoing we have briefly discussed the development of depression. But you probably don't care how the depression came about, you just want to get rid of it. You want to feel energetic again, to be able to look to the future with confidence, to feel cheerful, worked up and free. Before we discuss the application of the Yager-Code® with which you can achieve these goals, a brief overview of the path that most patients follow.

The vast majority of patients go to the GP with their complaint (s). Because GPs are not trained to diagnose mental disorders, referral often takes place to a psychologist. After a careful analysis, including on the basis of various anamnesis, observation and consultation of the DSM-5, a psychologist comes to the diagnosis of “depression”. Depending on the severity and duration of the depression (> 6 months = chronic), a psychologist will prescribe a therapeutic treatment such as cognitive behavioral therapy, or refer you back or refer you to a general practitioner or psychiatrist.

Cognitive therapies

You are now entering a process where recovery is being worked on at a conscious level. This often involves a multitude of treatments. If we could solve it in a conscious way, we would have done this for a long time. This is the reason why treatments, exclusively at the cognitive level, do not always produce the desired result. If none of the therapies offers a solution, there is often a visit to the doctor or psychiatrist who can prescribe some form of medication.

Depression & Antidepressants

Antidepressants, a collective term for drugs that have been developed to combat depression, act on the biochemical balance of neurotransmitters and restore this balance. The result is often that the symptoms of depression disappear after about 3-6 weeks or strongly decrease. However, it is only a patch on the wound. In other words it fights the symptoms but it does not resolve the cause of the problem. If an antidepressant is stopped (after consultation with a medical specialist), the feelings of depression will reappear. However, the use of an antidepressant can also have very positive consequences. It makes a normal life possible again which of course will also have many benefits in daily functioning. Any side effects that may occur, we must then take for granted.

Internal pharmacy

By taking antidepressants we artificially interfere with our natural and biological / biochemical system, something that also applies to many more medicines. The best and most efficient pharmacy is built into every person. The power of the Yager Therapy® lies in the fact that it allows us to restore the balance by making use of the sources present in ourselves. Studies have shown that applying the Yager-Code® has a positive effect on many psychological and physical complaints, including stress, depression, burnout complaints, fears and panic attacks.

The Yager Therapy®

Conditioning, conditioned response and sharing

Dr. Edwin Yager Ph.D was not only convinced that every disease, problem or complaint has one or more causes, his view was that our psychological and physical health is the result of conditioned responses. We will briefly explain below what is meant by conditioning, conditioned responses and sharing. The special one video on this subject, however, gives a more complete picture of these concepts and makes it possible to better understand this matter.

Conditioning and the dog from Pavlov

Many will know the behavioral experiment of the Russian physiologist Iwan Pavlov. Every time a dog was fed, a bell rang at the same time. After a while the ringing of the bell was sufficient to start the saliva production of the dog. The conditioning is therefore laid down in part.

That this experiment is not only applicable to dogs, but also applies to humans, is evident from the following example: If in a commercial the consumption of soft drinks is accompanied by happy people, this drink is linked to your own happiness. You do not just buy a drink in the store, you buy happiness! We call this conditioning. The purchase of the drink in question is a consequence of this conditioning that is recorded in part, so a conditioned response.

In itself not all that exciting you will think. However, more is happening than you think! Seeing the soft drink, for example in the supermarket, a happy feeling comes up. This happy feeling is caused by the production of certain feel-good substances (neurotransmitters) in our brain. The same reaction can also take place when we think back to a happy event.

Observations and thoughts can therefore influence our autonomic nervous system. What applies to positive influence also applies to negative influence. Conditioned responses can cause certain neurotransmitters to be produced to a lesser extent, making us feel sad or sad. With the Yager Therapy® the parts in which the conditioning is recorded are changed, changed or reconditioned with the aim of restoring the biochemical balance.

In this way we also combat depression through the Yager Therapy® and applying the Yager-Code®!

Openness about depression

Just like a large number of people, we also argue for more openness with regard to the theme of depression. It can happen to anyone, feel alone and be tired of having to suppress your emotions over and over again. In the video below, Stephan Bouwman breaks the taboo during a radio broadcast on Q-Music and shares this with his listeners.

See also: Yager Therapie® Consumer information or find one Yager Therapist in your area

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