Depression Sufferers Discover Lasting Peace Through the Research and Teachings of the Esteemed Dr. Gregg Jantz
Dr. Gregg Jantz is a world-renowned speaker and author on some of the most pressing barriers to individual happiness. Apart from coaching his audience through anxiety, stress, and other disorders, Dr. Jantz devotes much of his attention to helping people overcome depression and the root factors that cause it.
Depression is a worldwide concern with many causes, making it a broad and challenging subject for doctors. Over 16 million people in the United States alone suffer from symptoms of depression.1 Not everyone has access to expensive medications or are even comfortable enough with prescription anti-depressants to turn to them as a solution.
Thankfully, the teachings of Dr. Gregg Jantz shed light on the roots of depression and the methods people can take to alleviate some (or all) of their negative symptoms. Because they rely on “whole-person care,” Dr. Jantz’s unique teachings are effective at identifying what it is that depresses readers and what healthy lifestyle changes they can incorporate to be happy again.
Symptoms of depression can be overwhelming and life-altering, often holding people back from enjoying the things they used to love to do. Depression can make a person feel perpetually sad, hopeless, and irritable; it can cause insomnia, a lack of appetite, and thoughts of death or suicide. Depression hits hard and it shakes an individual to their core, which is why Dr. Jantz gives readers the clues to ridding their depression for good in books like Five Keys to Dealing with Depression.
“The focal point of depression treatment is not what the body can do for itself but rather how the body, specifically the brain, is viewed as defective,” says Dr. Gregg Jantz. “Because the emphasis of study is on the neurological chemical imbalance, it isn’t difficult to understand why the preferred solution is chemical, or pharmaceutical, in nature.”
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He goes on to state that prescription drugs do have a place in relieving depression symptoms but that they don’t help to alleviate core problems or give alternative approaches to healing. This is the driving idea behind “whole-person care,” which Dr. Gregg Jantz pioneered.
Whole-person care considers many health factors such as emotional well-being, physical well-being, nutrition, spiritual wellness, relationships and more. It helps patients around the world discover what drives them to depression and how they can rid themselves of certain components that may be holding them back from a happy life.
“In a whole-person treatment approach, the entire body is recognized as an important component in depression,” says Dr. Gregg Jantz. “The whole-person approach accepts the body as a complex organism and looks for systemic reasons for depression.”
Through his books and presentations, Dr. Gregg Jantz teaches his audience that the body isn’t merely along “for the mind’s ride into depression.” Instead, he teaches that it’s an active participant and all physical, mental, and environmental factors must be considered to improve negative symptoms long-term.