Treatment with the combined CEP protocol
Diseases to be treated with the combined CEP protocol:
- bipolar disorder
- Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water a day, divided into 8 intakes until improved.
10ml of CDS per liter of water, once a day before bedtime or every 2 days, for 3 weeks.
Perform an intense deworming.
Tips on the combined CEP protocol
For all cases:
If it does not improve with protocols C and E it is necessary to perform an intense deworming.
Definition of diseases treated with combined CEP protocol
Mental disorder in which feelings such as anger, grief, sadness, frustration interfere in the daily life of the sufferer and in their relationships with the environment.
Depression can be suffered from children to the elderly.
There are other forms of depression such as:
- Postpartum depression
- Seasonal affective disorder
- Premenstrual dysphoric disorder
- Depression with psychotic characteristics
- Loss of strength
- Difficulty sleeping
- Thoughts of suicide
- Feelings of abandonment
- Diet changes
- Difficulty concentrating
The cause of suffering depression can have several factors, from a genetic inheritance, alcoholisms, drugs, suffering serious diseases such as cancer, fibromyalgia, traumatic experiences such as separation, loss of work or death of a close person, social isolation is also a trigger among elderly people who are left alone.
Mental illness also known as bipolar affective disorder, in which the patient goes through euphoric phases to depressive phases that interfere with the time of performing daily tasks.
It is a long-term condition where emotional disturbances go from normal to manic or depressive states.
Changes in moods affect sleep rhythms, ability to perform household chores, judgment, behaviors and the ability to think clearly.
There are several stages of this disorder:
- Bipolar disorder type I
- Bipolar disorder type II
- Cyclothymia and nonspecific bipolar disorder
Symptoms can vary from person to person and be changed over time.
Symptoms in the depression phase:
- Wanting to cry
- Suicidal thoughts
- Diet changes
- Insomnia or too much sleep
- Inability to concentrate
- Loss of interest in activities
Symptoms in the hypomania phase:
- Little sleep
- Compulsive decisions
- Increased energy or agitation
- Feeling too optimistic or too nervous
People who suffer from bipolar disorder are more vulnerable to accidents, cardiovascular disease and even death from suicidal thoughts.
Bipolar disorder is the second leading cause of sick leave worldwide, with younger people being the most likely to suffer from it.