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  • Depression Busters: Using Exercise to Defeat Depression
    Exercise has been shown to help treat mild depression and is a helpful complement to depression treatments, but many have wondered why exercise has this effect on depression. This article explores some physical and psychological ways that exercise helps to reduce depressive symptoms.
  • How to Deal with Recurrent Major Depression
    Recurrent Major Depression can cause many emotional and physical problems, leading to impairment of performing normal day-to-day activities, and giving the patient a feeling that life is not worth living. Read on to find out how to cope with recurrent major depression.
  • Caring for the Carers: Dealing with Depression in Carers
    Caring for someone who is sick or elderly can have rewards, but can also be really stressful. This stress often leads to depression, which can have detrimental effects to both caregivers and people receiving care. Read this article for the signs of this condition and how to cope with it.
  • Eliminate Depression with Meditation
    Meditation can be used as a complementary tool to aid in the treatment of the symptoms of depression. Even simple forms of meditation such as silence or mindfulness meditation are deemed suitable techniques for alleviating depression.
  • My Depressed Family Member Won't Seek Help
    Seeing a family member struggle with depression is difficult. What makes matters worse is when the individual will not seek the necessary treatment for this mental health condition. Read on to find out what to do when a family member won't get help for depression.
  • Alternative Ways of Treating Depression Without Drugs
    When we are suffering from depression, we just want to get out of the rut we find ourselves in, and medication is the usual way out of it. However, there are alternatives to anti-depressants that could work for you - there are many ways of battling depression without medication.
  • How to Pull Yourself Out of a Major Depression
    Depression is something only you have the power to overcome. In this article you'll find some useful tips, suggestions and advice on how to pull yourself out of a major depression.
  • Time Tested and Trusted Ways of Treating Depression Holistically
    To benefit from holistic ways of treating depression, you don't need to reject traditional medicine or science, or rely on experimental therapies. Find out which holistic options have been tested and proven by quality research.
  • Insight into Antidepressants for Dysthymia
    Many people with dysthymia find antidepressants help their symptoms. But which antidepressants are best and how exactly do they work?
  • Spotlight on Cognitive Therapy for Depression and Anxiety
    Cognitive therapy is one of the best and most effective forms of treatment for anxiety and depression. If you like the idea of helping to direct your own treatment and being an active part of the process this article will answer more of your immediate questions.
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