Depression isn't easy to deal with and affects roughly 7 percent of adults in the US - about 15 million people. The psychological nature of it makes it an ailment that is seldom treated and discussed; many don't have the means or the desire to seek professional assistance for depression.
For as frustrating and terrible as depression is, the reality is that you are probably one of the many sufferers who don't seek treatment - out of fear of embarrassment, financial concern, or some other reason(s). Whatever the delay may be, nobody deserves to live with depression.
A minor hint of the disorder is enough to last you a lifetime. Depressed individuals enjoy normally amazing parts of life less than they should, have lower overall happiness levels, and may even impede upon or worry friends and relatives - negatively impacting their lives as well. If you or someone you love is suffering from depression, treatment must be explored.
Luckily, several ultrahelpful treatment options exist today, as well as for anyone else who is seeking a supplemental depression treatment - useful resources like the 7-Day Depression Challenge.
Using a variety of easy-to-perform and quick daily exercises as well as a unique individualized diagnosis process, the 7-Day Depression Challenge will help you not only to stun depression but to kick it to the curb in just a week, completely prescription and substance free for the long term.
Treating depression isn't easy, but is certainly worth it. Life's too short for you or someone you love to live with depression. Take a step toward treatment today by taking the 7-Day Depression Challenge to help to assure a depression-free tomorrow - and future.
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By Rosemary Swords on 30-10-16
A foolish and possibly dangerous book
This book sets up a false premise, that depression can be treated by either medication or natural methods. There is no reason why a depression sufferer has to choose however you can to both. It is very negative and misleading about the effects of medication. The alternatives offered are sunshine, yoga, healthy diet, exercise and positive thinking. There you are, you don't need to waste your money on this book now. You will there by also spare yourself from being given a snotty and unsympathetic diagnosis of your depression as caused by your inability to deal with failure and excessive self esteem. There is much help to be had from working on improving your mental health and happiness with various methods such as CBT but this book seems to be prepared by someone with no experience of or empathy for depression. A mounts to little more than pull yourself together and get on with. Funny how that had never occurred to me.