Beating Stress, Anxiety and Depression
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Beating Stress, Anxiety and Depression : Groundbreaking Ways to Help You Feel Better

By (author) Jane A. Plant , By (author) Janet Stephenson

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The epidemic of stress, anxiety and depression that is sweeping the Western world is accompanied by huge social, economic and personal costs. This accessible and groundbreaking book is designed to help sufferers, their families and health professionals. The authors, both former sufferers, argue that the medical profession's current approach is not working. They dispel the fear and prejudice surrounding mental illness and present a new, effective programme for dealing with stress, anxiety and depression. They describe the successes that they and others have achieved through new treatment methods. You will discover your risk factors and how to reduce them, how mental health problems can be diagnosed more effectively and how to ensure the best possible treatment. They go on to present the 10 lifestyle factors that affect the likelihood of developing anxiety and depression, and reveal the 10 food factors that can improve mental well-being. BEATING STRESS, ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION is essential reading for sufferers and their families.

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  • Paperback | 352 pages
  • 126 x 194 x 24mm | 281.23g
  • 01 Aug 2011
  • Little, Brown Book Group
  • PIATKUS BOOKS
  • London
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 0749939915
  • 9780749939915
  • 111,982

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Jane Plant is Professor of Environmental Geochemistry at Imperial College, London and has been awarded a CBE for services to earth sciences. Janet Stephenson works as a therapist and has been part of a hospital specialist team tackling drug and alcohol addiction for ten years.

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Ground-breaking BEL MOONEY, THE MAIL Comprehensive and hugely helpful MAIL ON SUNDAY A sympathetic and understanding guide for sufferers of depression, giving new hope by looking at new treatments, casual problems, food factors and key points BOOKSELLER

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