Benefits of stem cells
Depression is a mood disorder in which feelings of sadness, loss, or frustration interfere with daily life. It usually lasts for a period of several weeks or longer.
The most common symptoms of depression range from loss of appetite to compulsive overeating or having a specific craving for carbohydrates. Neck and headache pain, as well as sleep problems, are also common.
Experts classify depression into two types: exogenous, which is caused by familial or social factors such as a loss of a loved one or job, and endogenous, which is due to internal biochemical factors.
Individuals with depression experience a reduction in the process of neurogenesis, which facilitates the development of depressive symptoms such as low mood and alterations in memory.
The potential of mesenchymal stem cells to treat depression has been confirmed.
Mesenchymal Stem Cells are the first potential antidepressant agent that promotes the growth of new nerve cells…
There is a relationship between the biology of stem cells and certain brain disorders. The production of these types of cells is altered in depression.
By helping to reduce symptoms, stem cells can gradually reduce the need for medication.