Dealing with Depression Naturally: Alternatives and Complementary Therapies for Restoring Emotional Health
In this thoroughly updated and expanded edition of his popular book, author Syd Baumel takes an even-handed and compassionate look at depression, its symptoms, its causes, and the many options--both natural and pharmacological--available for treatment. Including extensive information on nutrition, holistic medicine, bodywork, exercise, psychotherapy, and many other nontraditional approaches to mental health, this invaluable guide will arm you with the knowledge you need to restore emotional well-being.
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