Depression and Plastic Surgery

On the paperwork you fill out at Yager Esthetics, there is a place for medical problems. When I speak to the patients, they often leave out several issues and medications. One of the most common is depression. I believe it is partly out of shame and fear, and partly due to the fact that they do not consider depression a medical problem. This is potentially dangerous.

When people have a history of depression, they often do not respond to emotional stress well. Plastic surgery, even the use of skin care or wrinkle injections, can be a stressor. This is especially true if they do not have supportive people around them. Some are able to balance these out with unusual medication options like medical marijuana, for example. Click here to read more about this and what types may be recommended at this time. Unfortunately though, others are not and situations like these can be very dangerous.

It is important to tell your doctor about depression, and to not be ashamed. It is no more embarrassing then diabetes or high cholesterol. This knowledge helps the anesthesiologist dose certain medications differently, and the surgeon to ensure that you have the support network you need before a procedure is done. Afterwards, patients may feel low for a myriad of reasons and must talk to their doctor about ways in which they can be helped during this time period. You may also want to explore treatment plans which you could manage yourself, like using magic mushrooms (see for an example). While many users report that magic mushrooms help improve their mindset, there have also been scientific studies to support their mental benefits. The thing that attracts a lot of people to shrooms is that there is lots of different ways in which you can consume them for their health benefits. They can be used to make a tea or can be eaten either directly or when they are mixed into another product like chocolate. Microdose Capsules are also very popular due to the ease of taking them. Again, being open with your doctor and discussing this would be a very good thing to do.

Plastic surgery does not cure depression. You only get better looking depressed people. Getting them something to help, like Blessed CBD oil for instance, could be a more important step for them. If you are the family member or friend of a potential patient with depression, make sure to let the doctor know. Be positive and supportive, let them know you care, and tell them they look fabulous. Sometimes, treatment is needed prior to surgery, and your surgeon can help you find a qualified health care professional to help you on the inside as well.