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About Persistent Depressive Disorder for 16 Years After Remission by Fishing

Authors: Toshiro Takami

I experienced a depressive disorder for 16 years that has dramatically remissioned by fishing. The patient has received various treatments such as drug therapy and electric shock therapy for 16 years, but none has been effective. It was thought that uniting with nature without a heart led to remission of persistent depressive disorder. If you are enthusiastic about fishing, the annoyance of social life becomes trivial and you tend not to worry. This was thought to have greatly reduced the stress of the cases. It was thought that the modern life that departed from nature caused frequent mental disorders such as depressive disorder. It was thought that the “Ki” of the sea ameliorated the persistent depressive disorder.

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