Foods help you to treat depression, improve your mood and your psychological state away from medications.
A plant that grows in America and in Asian countries, the root of this plant is known for its medicinal properties, and the Chinese people have used ginseng for many years to improve their mental health and reduce stress.
Cut ginseng roots and clean them well with water, then put them in a pot with enough water and leave to boil for half an hour, leave to cool then drink after filtration.
When exposed to stress, whether at work or under any other circumstances, a cup of chamomile tea fulfills the purpose, as it gives the body an immediate sense of comfort and soothes anxiety, it helps in treating insomnia and reduces the feeling of tension.
Pour boiling water over a teaspoon of chamomile and leave it covered for 3 to 5 minutes, take 2 to 3 cups a day.
Omega-3 fatty acids
Omega-3 supplements reduce depression, and they also protect against cardiovascular diseases.
Omega-3 fatty acids can be found in seafood.
Mushrooms aids in serotonin hormone synthesis.
Try mushroom soup with olive oil and vegetables.
Walnut is rich in unsaturated fatty acids and it is also playing a major role in preventing depression.