There’s nothing worse than watching the men in your life experiences signs of depression. As a woman, you naturally want to comfort and support him. There are methods that we can use to lift depression. Today, I’d like to share a natural relief secret that can alleviate his suffering. It’s called Gender Brain Science™.
Gender Brain Science™ Supports Men and Women
Drawing on research and the knowledge of many experts, Gender Brain Science™ is a new program that is making waves. Why? It acknowledges the difference between men and women’s brain chemistries. Plus, it gives you the knowledge and tools you need to support and balance these chemical needs.
The two hormones that are important for depression are serotonin and dopamine. When women don’t have enough serotonin, they can feel the signs of depression. Men can also have depression from low serotonin levels, but this usually only happens after a very great loss, like the death of a loved one or divorce.
Most of the time, men feel signs of depression when they don’t have enough dopamine.
When men have enough dopamine, they feel motivated, they set goals, and take action. They get things started and get it done.
But without dopamine, a once-confident man can feel like a failure. In general, signs of depression in men are a lack of energy, focus, motivation and concentration. He might have a hard time looking you in the eye. And instead of speaking in long, full sentences, he could revert to one-word sentences.
How Can Men Lose Dopamine?
When a man is stressed, his body uses a hormone called testosterone to calm him down and bring him back to a normal, relaxed state. But when men are under frequent, or chronic stress, they can start to lose testosterone. This can lead to low dopamine levels. If the man in your life is under chronic stress from the workplace or other commitments, he can experience signs of depression.
Since men are designed to provide and protect, it can be very challenging when they’re not able, or don’t have the opportunity to do so. He can feel helpless and powerless, and this goes against his natural inclination to take action and solve problems.
How to Support Men with Signs of Depression
When a man doesn’t feel like he has any energy or motivation, there is something very important you can do: always support his actions.
You can do this by telling him how good his actions are, instead of how good he is.
Of course he’s a good man, but telling him that won’t lift his dopamine or testosterone levels much. Instead, what will support him is telling him that his actions are great. Let him know that what he does makes a big difference in your life. Notice his efforts and show him that they matter to you.
This is how you can naturally relieve signs of depression for the man in your life and help him feel energized and motivated again.
Nothing in this program is meant to be considered medical, psychological or nutritional advice. Contact those professionals for that type of advice. I do not diagnose nor treat psychological disorders. I am not a licensed practitioner, rather I am a Certified Consulting Hypnotist. This information and training contains only educational content for wellness. If you are under 18, you must have your parent or guardian approval to be in the class. If you are in an urgent situation, call 911 or call the Suicide Hotline at 800-273-8255, which is available 24/7 and is free.