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Re: Hospitalization - depression may be a cause
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Re: Hospitalization - depression may be a cause

You mentioned that you have stomach inflammation. I was just checking out tongue chart chinese medicine (googled tongue chart chinese medicine images) since I have a crack in the center of my tongue, which is known as the stomach/spleen crack. As for the stomach, it means your stomach dry. I assume that means your stomach is not producing enough acid?

Here is just one article that links inflammation to depression. Aspirin is one of the suggested anti-inflammatory therapies, which is suggested for adults over 40 anyway.


"Simple ways to fight inflammation include:

- staying hydrated throughout the day
- avoiding bad fats, such as trans-fatty acids
- consuming good fats, like omega-3 fatty acids
- eating plenty of dark, leafy vegetables
- engaging in regular exercise
- de-stressing when needed
- getting enough sleep"


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