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Publication Date: 16 Aug 2018
Publisher: Sheldon Press
Page Count: 160
ISBN-13: 9781847094858, 9781847094865

Depression and Anxiety the Drug-Free Way

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Summary
Depression and anxiety aren’t single diseases – they are as personal as your fingerprints, and can arise from many different causes. Hence, the one-drug-fits-all approach may not work for you. Sometimes too drugs can give people a ‘breathing space’ but don’t cure depression and anxiety, or address any underlying issues. This book explores why drugs are only part of the answer and suggests other solutions including lifestyle changes and psychotherapy.
This new edition updates the information about depression and anxiety and their treatment. The update focuses on epidemiology, outcomes, and non-pharmacology treatments. New topics include research on sleep management and depression, particularly in young people; longterm health risks including earlier death; social media and depression; alcohol and depression.
About the Author
Mark Greener spent a decade in biomedical research before joining MIMS Magazine for GPs in 1989. Since then, he has written on health and biology for magazines worldwide for patients, healthcare professionals and scientists, and is clinical editor for Pharmacy Magazine. He is the author of 16 other books, including The Holistic Health Handbook (2013), Coping with Thyroid Disease (2014) and The Stroke Survival Guide (2015), all for Sheldon Press. Mark is based near Cambridge.

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