“Before I met you, I was a tremendously insecure person and then I thought success and rewards would save me from life’s pain, so I worked very hard to come up with that ideal image. Because of my privileges and fortune, I recovered relatively quickly. But when none of those hits cured my pain, I became very depressed,” Hill told Stutz in the documentary.
Stutz was the one who gave the actor the tools to help him overcome the pain and anxiety during the most difficult period of his Hollywood career.
Among the equipment are: Pyramid of Vitality, Necklace of Pearls and Snapshot. All these methods are explained in depth in the documentary.
Hill told his therapist, “After all, working with you has improved my life tremendously.”
How to fight depression?
One of the experts who recommends watching the Netflix documentary Stutz to learn tools for coping with depression is gastroenterologist Dr. Facundo Pereira.
Pereira commented the following on his Instagram account: “One of the things I recommend to every patient who has depression and I learned it from Dr. Stutz, who is a very well known psychiatrist, who I recommend watching his movie on Netflix Recommend, three things have to be activated ”
The three keys that Pereira highlights (based on the Stutz documentary) to fighting depression include:
1. Diet and Exercise
The first tip is to take care of diet and exercise. “Have the patient go on a diet, rearrange their diet, eliminate ultra-processed foods, sugar and flour, and follow a B15 reset diet similar to ours (it is anti-inflammatory and based on resetting gut health) is), “says the gastroenterologist.
Regarding the exercises, Pereira commented: “I tell them to go for a walk. If they’re too down, get up with an alarm clock, and walk for an hour or a half in the sun.”
The second step is to socialize. “That they see a friend, that they’re friendly, that they visit a relative. And if they don’t have friends or relatives, go to a bar, a library or a club, and talk to people. Connect with others. It also activates depression coping mechanisms”, explains Pereira.
The third and last tip is to write. yes write “Take a pencil and a notebook and write down everything that comes to mind. Writing is known to bring down things from the unconscious that are not in one’s mind and can even be part of the therapeutic process,” says the gastroenterologist The conclusion of
“Stutz” a film by Jonah Hill | Official Trailer | Netflix