Anxiety and Depression
- All About Anxiety, Book 5
- Narrated by: Michael Hatak
- Length: 1 hr and 2 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 06-04-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: K. Williams
Sometimes, it is possible for the sadness to deepen. This could be a sign that you are actually suffering from depression. If you feel like you are increasingly sad all the time, and you can't explain your sadness, then you chose the right book.
You will find within this book:
Signs and symptoms of anxiety
Signs and symptoms of depression
What happens when anxiety and depression mix
How to cope with anxiety
How to cope with depression
And much, much more
There are many ways to deal with anxiety and depression. Usually, if you can get a handle on your anxiety, the depression will lift. Sometimes the means to deal with them are best used with each other. There are cognitive behavioral therapy and antidepressant medicines. Educating yourself and learning how to cope are also important when you are learning to manage your symptoms.
With assistance, the right treatments, and a good understanding of your disorders, you will overcome depression.
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By Henry M Welch on 15-05-17
listen it.... get used to it.....
I really like to thank the author for presenting such a great and useful book about Anxiety and Depression and it explains step by step. It is specially made for beginners. Very easy to understand. listen to it and get used it. thanks.....
By Cecelia J Wickham on 15-05-17
Informative audio book
This book is fascinating. The author skillfully blends his personal story with the latest research on brain plasticity - the fact that we can change our brain for the better, sometimes even in the direst of circumstances.The message is clear: we can change and find greater health and happiness. Whether we're subject to smaller, annoying habits or significant distress, change is possible and a great deal of our transformation will come about through diligently working with our default brain patterns.