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Depression is one of the most common mood disorders worldwide, affecting approximately 3.8% of the population. People with depression show persistent feelings of sadness and loss of interest. Besides, depression can destroy their daily life in various aspects, like how they feel, think, and behave. Along with depression comes emotional and physical problems in your life. Severe patients might think that life is not worth living, so suicide cases are very common in people with depression.

Depression can be mild and get better with some effective interventions. But most will occur without noticing and deteriorate rapidly. In this case, you need to be prepared for long-term treatment.

According to World Health Organization, contemporary medical care can provide very effective treatment options for depression, but many patients with depression often get worse because they are not properly diagnosed. Based on this situation, the World Health Organization released a short video to let more people know about depression:

I had a black dog, his name was depression


Feelings of sadness or emptiness that don’t go away within a few weeks may be a sign of depression.

Other emotional symptoms include:

Extreme irritability over minor things
Anxiety and restlessness
Anger management issues
Loss of interest in favorite activities
Fixation on the past or on things that have gone wrong
Thoughts of death or suicide

Physical symptoms include:

Insomnia or sleeping too much
Debilitating fatigue
Increased or decreased appetite
Weight gain or weight loss
Difficulty concentrating or making decisions
Unexplained aches and pains


Depression is the result of a complex interaction of social, psychological, and biological factors. It can be a reaction to a violent or traumatic event, family breakdown, bereavement, etc. Much surprisingly, there are also interrelationships between depression and physical problems. For example, cardiovascular disease can lead to depression and vice versa.

How to use Spooky2 to reduce depression

There are many ways to cope with depression. Based on the severity and pattern of your depression, healthcare providers can offer appropriate psychological treatment, such as behavioral activation and cognitive behavioral therapy. Some antidepressant medications are also recommended to reduce depressive symptoms. However, the vast majority of antidepressants have some degree of side effects that patients need to treat with caution.

Rife frequency healing is an alternative therapy free of any side effects. It will be a good choice if you intend to deal with depression naturally.

Spooky2 has the world’s largest frequency database, which contains over 35,000 programs dedicated to providing you with accurate and beneficial frequencies for imbalanced energy and negative moods. Here, we want to introduce some popular preset/programs for depression.

1. Some Specific Depression Programs

On the Programs tab, search the keyword “depression” to find some related programs and double-click the program(s) you want. Healing Shell Preset will be a good choice to load these programs. In addition to specific “depression” programs, “Erasing negative thoughts” also gets a lot of compliments for its effect on depression among Spooky2 customers.

2. DH Experimental Preset for Depression

DH Experimental frequencies are very popular as emotional frequencies among Spooky2 customers, including some frequencies associated with depression. On the Presets tab, search the keyword “depression” and then you will find it!

3. Bach Flowers Presets

Bach Flowers Presets of Spooky2 database is derived from Bach Flower Remedies, which were developed by Edward Bach, an English homeopath. Bach Flower Remedies can help you heal your own heart, promote good thoughts, balance your emotions, relieve your anxiety, bring love back up again and etc. So, let’s explore the world of Bach Flower frequencies!

If you have other successful depression experiences, please share them with more people!

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