is characterized by helplessness and inability to be effective. The very fact that you've decided to take charge of your health shows that you're on the road to recovery. Great start!
You'll get lots of support in this forum. Many people have found that Liver Flushes
help their health, mood, weight, skin, energy... They are appreciative of the improvement and eager to support others in finding their own paths to health.
Flushing is probably not the cure-all for depression, but it should help eliminate the stuff that accumulated as a result of drugs you took, poor eating habits and even toxins that might have contributed to the initial depression.
Gradually feed your body more nutrient dense foods, omega-3 fatty acids and above ground veggies, along with fewer refined foods, sugars, starches, etc. Combined with flushing, improved diet should increase your energy levels, so you can start gentle excercise. That will improve physical strength, which makes one feel better and so on.
The cycle will rebuild rather than incapacitate you. It all starts with the first step, followed by the next step, and another, and another. At some point, a step may lead you to Andreas' forum, where you might start identifying and dealing with emotional issues.
But you're right to start by helping your body become strong enough to deal with them. Be gentle and loving to yourself -- Liver Flushes
are part of letting go of the accumulated bad stuff in your body and your life. If you let go of the bad, you have room for the good.
Take care and let us know how you're doing.