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From: Durianrider (121.214.199.75)
Subject:         Durianriders cure for DP. (SNIPPET FROM MY BOOK)
Date: September 2, 2014 at 10:35 pm PST

In Reply to: How to exit the Depression cycle? posted by Linda on September 2, 2014 at 11:31 am:

As some who was once clinically diagnosed with it, my recipe for cure is simple!

1. Get your serum b12 levels over 500. Self administered b12 shots work wonders. 1000mcg once a month intramuscular. They can also give incredible fat metabolism boosts in certain individuals.

(I know people personally that still have clinical b12 deficiencies after literally a decade of eating raw animal products. So eating animal products isnt the solution and being vegan isnt the cause. ANYBODY can have a b12 deficiency and shots are often cheaper than doing tests in 90% of countries around the world. They are also as safe as vitamin C tablets unless you stick yourself in the eye ball!)

2. Start EVERY DAY with at least a quart of water before breakfast EVEN if you are having juice for breakfast still have that quart as the body needs water NOT orange juice in the vital organs etc.

3. Aim for clear urination at least every 2-3 hours during the day and a few times a night. This is normal and natural and will increase red blood cell health and you WILL feel more vital as a result. If your urine is yellow or straw, neck a quart if you havent already in the last hour. No need to drink more than a quart per hour. Water gets a bad rep because idiots on 500mg of caffein forget to drink then get massively thristy, scull 3 litres in 15 minutes and their caffeine thrashed kidneys fail to balance out their electrolyte levels and they make the nightly news after collapsing or dying. Dehydration is the fastest way to depression.

4. Aim for at least 10g of carbs per kg of bodyweight per day. If you are 400kg then yeah, you are going to struggle with that much volume so eat all you want, care or can see. Just NEVER eat more carbs than you can lift. A 70kg person would need at least a kg bag (dry weight) of rice or 35 largish bananas a day to really take control of their daily situations in life. Being undercarbed is the second fastest way to feeling like crap.

5. Get to bed by 8-9pm. If you get to bed later than that then DON'T expect to feel your best day in, day out. Understand you are going against the natural clock cycle of the body and you will be given depression as a motivator to get back on track. Doesnt matter if you can't sleep but you MUST rest and do it horizontal in a dark room. Eye masks can be great. I use the mindfold eye mask ( #notsponsored). Noise doesnt really matter. What matters most at night is your ATTITUDE! RELAX! YOUR IN BED! A few billion people are sleeping in slums risking malaria death each night. HTFU!

6. Develop an attitude of gratitude. IMPOSSIBLE to feel feelings of negativity if we are focusing on what we are grateful for. Mainstream media conditions us to focus on what we don't have vs what we do have. Develop a positive purpose each day. Get up with the sun and DO SOMETHING GOOD FOR OTHERS WHO CAN'T DO ANYTHING FOR YOU! That might be humans, plants or animals. Be creative. DO IT!

7. HTFU. If you don't know what this means. Google it.

8. Now you know what it means, HTFU.

9. HTFU.

10. Congrats! You fixed yourself and have now become a person someone needs vs a person needing someone. Go forth in your community and help others help themselves. :)

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