Depression shows

up in unique ways.

Depression shows up in one of three unique subtypes. 

The section below will help you determine your subtype. You can then access key resources to help tailor your path to more balance and joy.

What does a depressed mood feel like to you?

Read the subtypes below and choose the one that answers the above question best for you. Select your subtype to then learn about the food, supplements, exercise, and sleep practices that are best for your subtype.

Anxious Mood

I feel fearful, inadequate, and nervous. I'm often worried about the future and my ability to measure up. I tend to become dependent in relationships and hold on too tightly.

I feel mostly like this.

Agitated Mood

I feel angry, resentful, despairing, and bitter. I tend to be judgmental, demanding, and highly critical in relationships. I push people away if they don't meet my high standards.

I feel mostly like this.

Sluggish Mood

I feel confused/foggy, have trouble concentrating, and don't feel motivated to work. I pull away from relationships, slow down, and tend to sleep too much (or want to).

I feel mostly like this.

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