Five Ways to Fight Depression – They Worked for Me! No ratings yet.

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More than 350 million people worldwide suffer from depression. It’s a serious problem and one that shouldn’t be ignored. Whether it’s you or a loved one who is suffering from depression, it’s crucial that you find ways to treat it as soon as possible. Depression is like a vacuum that sucks in your energy. It also sucks hope out of you so that you are unable to do the very thing you need to do to defeat it. The good news is that depression is not an undefeatable foe. By making deliberate choices to feel better, you can actually overcome it. Read more

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Great Ways to Prevent Depression No ratings yet.

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Amazingly, 18% of adults and 8% of adolescents in the United States are affected by some type of depression. It may not sound like much, but let’s put it another way: these percentages equal to over 40 million Americans! And the situation is not different in the rest of the world. Read more

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St John’s Wort: Safe Natural Remedy for Depression? No ratings yet.

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For sufferers of depression the natural, herbal remedy, St John’s Wort was welcomed with open arms. The remedy is derived from a common, yellow-flowering hedgerow plant and is proven to be effective for mild to moderate depression. It is viewed by millions of advocates as a kind of Prozac but without the stigma or risk of a proper drug. Read more

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Do You Have SAD? (How to Handle Seasonal Affective Disorder) No ratings yet.

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Winter is now officially here. For some people this season isn’t just filled with happy holiday family events, hot cocoa by the fire, and sledding. If you’ve been feeling a bit down lately and aren’t sure why, you may have SAD. SAD is short for Seasonal Affective Disorder. This is a surprisingly common disorder. Nearly one in twenty people suffer from it. Read more

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The Importance of Vacationing No ratings yet.

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In today’s fast paced and frenetic world, sometimes it can be easy to overdo it. Many of us tend to try to work until we drop, either from habit or because we are conditioned to feel that we have to. But when we work ourselves into the ground, we are opening ourselves up to a whole raft of health problems. Read more

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