Depression is as much a disease as smallpox or the plague once were, and it is as prevalent in today's world as those diseases were hundreds of years ago. The only difference is that, physically, a person can look quite normal.
You can, of course, be diagnosed and be given a prescription. Tablets may work, but you can't, or maybe don't want to, take them forever.
Now, in this fascinating new book Depression: Learn Ways to Conquer Depression without Taking Medication, you can learn techniques which can eliminate the need for medication completely.
This book will change your attitude toward the illness and the way it is treated. Each chapter looks in depth at:
You will learn things you'd never thought about before, including ways to spot a slide to depression and understanding that things which can trigger it are sometimes the natural processes of life and cannot be avoided. There are also numerous tips and advice on how to cope with depression once it sets in.
These are tried-and-tested methods. Some you may have already attempted before, or may seem obvious, and others will be new to you. But each of them has value and can make a real difference when it comes to combatting depression and setting yourself on the path to a brighter, happier future.
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