Depression Cure: The Depression Cure Formula : 7Steps To Beat Depression Naturally Now Exclusive Edition
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If you are suffering from depression and would like to avoid the undesirable side effects of antidepressants, it would be wise if you considered natural methods for depression cure. Even though these natural treatments have been proven to be very effective, it is important for you to seek medical advice before you try them. The cause of your depression must be determined first, in order for the best treatment to be recommended. Unless you are diagnosed with chronic depression or in dire need of urgent medication, natural treatments are the best alternative to antidepressants. How you can cure depression naturally Like stated above, determining the root cause of your depression will assist a lot in knowing the best treatment for you. There are various causes of depression, the most common being loss of a loved one, losing a job, relationship problems, financial problems, failing exams etc. Once you identify the one thing that is triggering your depression, it will be easy for you to address this bothersome condition.

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Date de parution 20 juin 2013
Nombre de lectures 0
EAN13 9781628841480
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 3 Mo

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Table of Contents



Introduction . 1
Step 1 – Eating Healthily . 3
Step 2– Get More Exercise . 9
Step 3– Relax . 12
Step 4– Connect With Others . 17
Step 5– Stay Away From Self-Medicating . 19
Step 6– Adopt a Positive Thinking Attitude . 21
Step 7- Keep A Journal 23
RESOURCES . 26















Introduction

Depression affects 1 in 10 people all over the US. It’s one of the most common of mental illnesses and one of the easiest to treat.

According to CDC (Centers for Disease Control andPrevention) the most likely of people to suffer with depression are:

› People 45 – 64 years of age
› Women
› People who are unable to work or are unemployed
› Been previously married
› People without health insurance coverage

See stats below:


N#
Major depression %
Other depression %
Any depression %
Total
235,067
4.1
5.1
9.1
Age group:

· 18-24
· 25-34
· 35-44
· 45-64
· 65+


9,944
27.086
39.440
97.642
59.246


3.7
4.2
4.3
4.9
2.1


7.3
5.1
4.4
4.7
4.8


11.1
9.3
8.7
9.6
6.9
Gender:
· Male
· Female

89.842
145.225

3.3
4.8

4.8
5.3

8.0
10.2
Marital Status:
· Married
· Previously Married
· Never Married

133.642
65.789

34.850

2.7
7.7

5.0

3.9
6.9

6.7

6.6
14.6

11.8
Healthcare plan:
· Yes
· No

208.323
26.265

3.6
7.0

4.5
8.2

8.0
15.2
Employment Status:
· Employed
· Unemployed
· Retired
· Unable to work
· Homemaker or student


133.951
8.991
55.172

13.054

23.447


2.4
11.4
2.1

25.9

3.9


4.1
10.1
4.3

13.5

5.5


6.6
21.5
6.4

39.3

9.3

So even if we take what this study says verbatim then themajorities suffering with depression are those unemployed with no healthinsurance, so going down the “normal” routes of seeking out a psychiatricprofessional is out of the question.

The usual cost for a psychologist is $120 to $180 per50-minute session. Some even charge a $250 first time evaluation fee!

Even for those that do have health insurance packages, it’llonly pay for so many sessions before you have to start paying for it yourself.Most insurance companies pay for the first 10 sessions and then after thatyou’re on your own. Some will pay a quarter of what the psychologist chargesper hour and the rest you have to pay.

So what are the alternatives? 

You could go to your family doctor and get prescribed anti-depressants.Let’s take a look at some of them.

The most commonly prescribedanti-depressants are:

· Prozac
· Luvox
· Zoloft
· Paxil
· Lexapro

These act on a chemical in the brain called serotonin.However like all anti-depressants the above five I’ve listed increase suicidalthoughts and behaviors as well as increasing hostility, agitation and anxiety.

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