• What is Depression

    What is Depression.pdf   The word 'depression' is used to describe everyday feelings of low mood which can affect us all from time to time. Feeling sad or fed up is a normal reaction to experiences that are upsetting, stressful or difficult; feelings that will usually pass. More >>
  • Self-Help Advice

    Self-Help Advice Depression.pdf   While you're working on our comprehensive, proven 7-step program for overcoming depression, you may still hit a rough patch from time to time. Don't lose heart or feel overwhelmed and anxious because you can't just snap out of it. More >>
  • Depression & Anxiety

    Anxiety and Depression.pdf   Anxiety is a characteristic feature of most people. In its 'normal' form, it helps with vigilance, learning and general performance. In short, anxiety is useful. However, in excess it starts to work against us. Extremes of self-focus and apprehension quic More >>
  • Overcoming Depression

    Overcoming depression.pdf   There is no ‘magic cure’ for depression, but most people do recover and enjoy life again. It helps to have support from other people, and to be patient about taking small steps and building on them. More >>
  • Self-Help Exercise

    Self-Help Exercise for depression.pdf   Exercise is one of the best natural remedies for depression. It has a way of complimenting, and even boosting the effects of the other techniques that help remedy depression. More >>
  • 7 Myths of Depression

    7 Myths of Depression.pdf   While depression is indeed a serious mental disorder, it is no more serious than most other mental disorders. Having a mental disorder doesn’t mean you’re “crazy,” it just means you have a concern that is negatively impacting how you live your life. Left More >>
  • The clinical pharmacology of depressive states

    The clinical pharmacology of depressive states.pdf   Pierre Schulz, MD Jean-Paul Macher, MD Abstract Antidepressants have good efficacy in the treatment of mood disorders, with effect sizes that have consistently been found to be greater than those of placebo. The more recent antidepressants do not hav More >>
  • Depression and gender

    Depression and gender.pdf   Depression is more common among women than among men. Biological, life cycle, hormonal, and psychosocial factors that women experience may be linked to women's higher depression rate. Researchers have shown that hormones directly affect the brain chemistr More >>
  • Nutrition and Depression

    Nutrition and Depression.pdf   By Jane Collingwood Depression is a debilitating but widespread condition involving low mood, low self-esteem, and loss of interest or pleasure in normally enjoyable activities. Nutrition may have the potential to affect a person’s risk of depression, More >>
  • 5 things you need to know about coping with depression

    5 things you need to know about coping with depression.pdf   1. Take One Day at a Time It sounds like a cliché, but taking each day and each hour one at a time can help you cope with depression. Don't become overwhelmed with what you have to do tomorrow or next week. Focus on one task at a time, and have friends, More >>