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Depression is a global epidemic. It is the main cause of suicide that killed more than one million people a year. In America, one out of every 4 people gets depressed at least once in their lives, and this rate rises slightly in each generation. Many bad cases that affect quality of life such as insomnia, loss of energy, loss of focus, feeling of dissatisfaction and unhappiness are a part of depression. It is also known that the state of depression may damage the motivation of working, having fun, liking and living, and causing permanent damage to the brain. The hunter-gatherer community can be key to the treatment of a depression epidemic.
More than one million people die annually worldwide due to suicide. Intensive stress caused by modern life and social order triggers depression, making the disease and its consequences very dangerous. Our transition from a hunter-gathering society to a modern lifestyle could be the main factor in the spread of this epidemic.

According to Stephan Ilardi, author of the book on depression, people with clinical disabilities see death as a way out to get rid of depression that stimulates the center of pain in the brain.
Ted talks about people with clinically ill individuals, and says that patients perceive depression as suffering and torture. This pain, suicide when it goes over the donkey can be seen as an option.
Depression is a disease that comes with civilization and is a source of stress and modern life. Modern life does not match our genetic evolution.
Ilardi regards depression as a stress-induced escape, a result of long-term exposure to stress. It likens this situation to the alar how many or war ın psychology that our ancestors had to decide in minutes in the face of a physical danger. Stressing that the exposure to stress in the Western world takes weeks, months, sometimes even years, Ilardi describes this distress as the yıl toxic lar of the modern world. Dopamine and serotonin deficiency cause many discomfort, from sleep disturbance to brain damage.
Diseases such as diabetes, vascular occlusion, asthma, allergy, obesity and cancer, diseases brought by civilization
These diseases, which are captured by people living in societies that are part of modern life, are not seen in communities that are still primitive. In the study conducted on the Kaluli Indians in Papua New Guinea, there were only 1 case of depression in the 2000-strong tribe. The tribe's living has a hunter-gathering system like our ancestors.
99% of the human race gained experience in a hunter-gathering system.
The settled life of the human race corresponds to a very small part of history. Ilardi said that the rate of people experiencing hunter-gatherer life style is over 99%, that our genes are adapting to this order and that we are experiencing difficulties in transition to industrial order.
A hard industrial order mutation is the main reason why today's man is depressed
According to Ilardi, the world we are carrying is very different with the form in which we carry our bodies and brain. People are not used to desk work, living indoors, being asocial.
Although the use of antidepressants has increased by 300% in the last 20 years, there is no decrease in the number of cases of depression.
In America, more than 10% of individuals over the age of 12 now use antidepressants. Approximately 20% have used it at least once.
Ilardi, who refuses medication use, finds treatment to change the way of life and develop natural solutions.
Ilardi said that 60% of the adults live far away from physical activity because of the jobs and responsibilities brought by modern life. Ilardi says that individuals living in hunting gatherer society work more than 4 hours a day. In the old period, people doing regular physical activity do not exercise, just trying to survive, he says.
Ilardi turned this treatment into a 6-step program.
1- Exercise
2- Omega 3 Fatty Acids
3- Sunlight
4- Non-intellectual works
5- Social communication
6- Healthy sleep
It is not easy to make exercise and social communication a part of life in modern life conditions.

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