Lifting depression the balanced way
* Explains the positive effect of exercise, nutrition, homeopathy and lifestyle changes on depression * Discusses anti-depressants and talking therapies, which may be needed to treat severe depression * A clear, sympathetic approach to this distressing illness This book shows how by changing our lifestyle and using herbal or homeopathic remedies many mild forms of depression can be successfully treated. For those more severely affected, anti-depressants may be needed. However, Lindsay Corrie recommends a holistic approach complementing drug and talking therapies with exercise and good nutrition.
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How to Know if You Have Got Depression
When Do You Need Help?
What You Can Do about Depression
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