KalmPro Mood Support for Depression

KalmPro Mood Support

All-new KalmPro Mood Support was developed by a psychiatrist and contains 5-HTP (5-hydroxytryptophan) from all-natural ingredients to help with depression. 5-HTP is an amino acid that the body naturally produces. In KalmPro Mood Support, we extracted the 5-HTP from Griffonia simplicifolia seeds, thereby making this supplement all-natural.

Low serotonin levels in the body can lead to depression, insomnia, and weight gain. 5-HTP can help to alleviate those problems, and helps to improve mood, improve sleep, and induce weight loss.

5-HTP is a natural antidepressant, and there are studies showing its preliminary effectiveness and safety for depression.

If you are tired of the side effects and expensive cost of prescription antidepressant medications, then consider this all-natural supplement for depression- KalmPro Mood Support.

To get the most out of KalmPro Mood Support, it is recommended you take two capsules daily with a meal. Before taking KalmPro Mood Support, it is advisable to let your doctor know that your are considering this supplement for improved mood, better sleep, and better weight control.

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Bipolar Depression: A General Overview

Bipolar Depression is the depressive phase of Bipolar Disorder, where there is cycling between mania, depression, and sometimes mixed episodes. This is in contrast to Unipolar Depression (Major Depressive Disorder), where there is only depressive episodes, with no manic episodes. Bipolar Depression is just one of the 7 subtypes of Depression, as discussed in a previous article entitled “What is Depression?”

Alas, it can be difficult to tell the difference between Bipolar Depression and Unipolar Depression. You can still use the SIGECAPS mnemonic to determine the presence of a depressive episode, but there are some differences in the presentation of a Bipolar Depression versus a Unipolar Depression:

Bipolar Depression: increased need for sleep (hypersomnia), rejection hypersensitivity (increased sensitivity to rejection), increased appetite, weight gain, and leaden paralysis

Unipolar Depression: multiple early morning awakenings (insomnia), decreased appetite, weight loss, and agitation.

The other main difference between Unipolar and Bipolar Depression is the history of manic episodes in Bipolar Disorder. As with SIGECAPS for a depressive episode, you can use the mnemonic DIGFAST for a manic episode. In addition to expansive, elevated moods, a manic episode needs at least 2 more of the following symptoms:

  • Distractibility (inability to focus)
  • Insomnia (decreased need for sleep)
  • Grandiosity (grandiose delusions)
  • Flight of ideas (racing thoughts)
  • Activity (hyperactivity)
  • Speech (pressured speech)
  • Thoughtlessness (reckless and impulsive behaviors)

So in Bipolar Disorder, there is cycling between manic episodes, depressive episodes, and sometimes mixed episodes (mix of manic and depressive symptoms). And when not in any of those episodes, then there is euthymia, or normal moods. Contrast this with Unipolar Depression, where there is only cycling between depressive episodes and euthymia, with no manic episodes.

It’s important to tell the difference between Bipolar Depression and Unipolar Depression, as the treatment plan for each differs dramatically, and the wrong treatment can lead to worsening of the illness and mood episodes.

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