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Want Natural help for Depression? Stressed out ? Young Tissue Extract is proven to help depression.

Published on 4/2/2012
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Depression affects approximately 121 million people worldwide and is the fourth leading contributor to the global burden of disease. Estimates of the lifetime prevalence of depression vary, but approximately 17% of the population will experience a depressive episode. The most widely used pharmaceutical treatments for depression are selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. However, not all depressed patients respond to these agents or to other pharmaceuticals. An estimated 29%–46% of patients with major depressive disorder do not respond or only partially respond to treatment with antidepressant medication. There has been growing interest in complementary and alternative medicine for a variety of medical conditions, including depression. Approximately 44% of psychiatric inpatients have used an herbal preparation to treat a variety of symptoms. Egg components, like Young Tissue Extract from fertilized avian eggs, have a variety of physiologic effects, including novel antimicrobial, immunomodulatory, anticancer, and antihypertensive activities; antioxidant properties; protease-inhibiting ability; and nutrient bioavailability. The isolate investigated in the current study, Young Tissue Extract (YTE®; Med-Eq AS, Tonsberg, Norway), is extracted from fertilized, partially incubated hen eggs. Listen to Doctor Eskeland of Norway, explain how YTE helps the body with depression and sexual dysfunction … http://stg.do/s26b Two pilot studies, published and unpublished have reported that YTE improves libido in healthy adults and in adults taking antidepressant medication. A recently published study reported that 4 weeks of YTE use (1,680 mg/d) decreased the anxiety response to a laboratory stressor in participants experiencing chronic stress. A 3-week preliminary study of YTE for treatment of sexual dysfunction in participants taking an antidepressant medication revealed significant improvement in self-reported mood.* Another preliminary study reported significant improvement in depression scores on the Montgomery and Asberg Depression Rating Scale in participants taking YTE, Melissa officinalis, or a combination of both. The current investigation aimed to complete a preliminary randomized, controlled trial of the effectiveness of YTE or a combination of YTE and Melissa officinalis on depression. M. officinalis (lemon balm), derived from the dried leaves of the plant by the same name and containing volatile oils (citronellal, geranial, and neral), has been used in herbal medicine for many centuries. Common uses of this herb include treating insomnia. It may also have anxiolytic and calming properties. Therefore, the current study sought to investigate whether this herb could boost the effects of YTE on depression, given its effectiveness in a pilot study. Listen to Doctor Eskeland of Norway, explain how YTE helps the body with depression and sexual dysfunction … http://stg.do/s26b =============================== Legal Disclaimers : My name is Linda Morris, RN , and I’m an Independent LifePharm Global Consultant. Any statement made about Laminine, OPT9, young tissue extract, or any LifePharm Global Network products or ingredients, including fibroblast growth factor and Young tissue extract capsules, has not been evaluated by the FDA. Any programs ,products, ingredients, including avian egg extract formula, proteins or amino acids, are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent Any disease, illness or age related conditions. Information presented here is for general educational purposes only. Each person and animal is biochemically and metabolically different. If you have any concern ,consult your physician or health care professional before starting this or any other health and wellness program.
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