Depression costs the UK economy £17 billion each year. NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) identifies Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) as the best treatment since it is as effective as drugs but with a much lower relapse rate. In the face of an acute shortage of therapists, this book aims to teach people the main principles of CBT and similar talking therapies to allow them to deal effectively with their own problems.
"Free Yourself from Depression - 3 stars rating"
Anorexia is a distressing condition that commonly affects teenage girls but also touches women and men across all ages. As well as the physical dangers, sufferers experience difficulties in many aspects of their lives, including relationships, work and family life.
Have moles always lived in holes? Why are blondes so stupid? How much radiation can a pickled onion withstand? The world is full of really important questions. You will find none of them in this audiobook. What you will find is plenty of nonsense, lots of lies, and just enough truth to make you double check the "facts" with a reliable source.
"Word "Sh-t" in Title is a Descriptor"
What you eat plays a major role in good mental health. In particular, depression has been linked to a low intake of fish, which are high in omega-3 fatty acids, essential for good brain health, and fresh food - a wide range of fruit and vegetables contain important nutrients including B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E, iron, magnesium and zinc.
Sometimes life gets in the way of living, and people become so busy that they have no time to think about what they truly want or need. This book asks people to stop running and start living. Gladeana says, 'It's time to stop and experience learning to live in the present. It's time to put the soul back in your life. Forget success and ask yourself, what's your soul purpose?'
We all want to see our dreams come true, but research suggests that, while 70 per cent of wish things would change, only 2 per cent of us actually take action to achieve it! Using the latest neurobiological discoveries, this book explains that if we can understand how our brains think, we can make our minds work for us and live fuller and happier lives.
"The last book to buy if you want to be happy"