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Depression: The Way Out
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By Neil Nedley, M.D.

Depression is reversible. It does not have to be tolerated as a life-long condition. There is a reason for hope; there is a path to recovery — and this book can help you find that road to renewal and wellness.

Causes of depression arise from experiencing at least four of ten factors:

  • Genetic
  • Developmental
  • Lifestyle
  • Circadian Rhythm
  • Nutrition
  • Toxic
  • Addiction
  • Social
  • Medical
  • Frontal Lobe

Note that only 2 of the factors cannot be reversed. Therefore, depression is a highly treatable condition, if one is willing to do the work. For some, depression may result from a combination of genetics, circadian rhythm disturbances, upbringing and social factors. For others, depression may be rooted in a lack of dietary omega-3 fats combined with harmful addictions and adverse frontal lobe factors. This book is filled with colorful charts and lists to make important points easy to find. Thoroughly documented references. Everything comes together to help the reader identify the specific causes for his or her own condition and gives a host of new tools to aid you on your road to recovery.

Learn:

  • How to tell if your lack of energy is due to depression, or to another cause.
  • About the surprising effects of depression.
  • Eight reversible factors that can cause depression.
  • Which foods can improve your energy level.
  • The benefits and risks of each antidepressant medication.
  • Which herbs can improve mood, concentration and energy
  • How to reduce the symptoms of antidepressant medication withdrawal.
  • How to calm your nerves without medication.
  • Ways to change your attitude and actions.
  • How research in the last decade provides the keys to unlocking depression’s mysteries.
  • How to manage good and bad stress.
  • The role nutrition plays in the brain’s ability to manufacture serotonin and other neurotransmitters.
  • The best types of exercise to improve brain function.
  • How to increase your chances of living depression free — without depending on medications or counseling
  • A life saving plan for change.
  • Many other profitable, beneficial truths.

Neil Nedley, M.D., is a full-time practicing physician in Internal Medicine with emphases in Gastroenterology, Mental Health, Lifestyle Medicine and the difficult-to-diagnose patient. He developed the residential Nedley Depression Recovery Program for patients who are treatment resistant. He uses his ennovative approach in the out-patient setting — with his own patients as well as with individuals throughout the world who use his 8-week, self-directed DVD and workbook series (www,drnedley.com). Dr. Nedley develops resources to improve brain function, foster success in life, treat disease, and optimize health.

Hardbound, 259 pages.

Contents:

    1. The Marvelous Mind and the Invisible Disease
    2. Depression’s Hidden Dangers
    3. What Causes Depression?
    4. Healthy Food, Better Mood: Nutritional Treatments for Depression
    5. Lifestyle Treatments for Depression
    6. Herbs and Medications
    7. Stress and Anxiety
    8. Stress Without Distress
    9. The Frontal Lobe of the Brain
    10. The Twenty-Week Turn Around
    Appendix I: Brain Communications and Brain Chemistry
    Appendix II: The Limbic System: Emotional Center of the Brain
    Appendix III: Official Psychiatric Symptoms of Depression
    Appendix IV: Official Psychiatric Symptoms of Dysthymia
    Appendix V: Bipolar Disorder
    Appendix VI: Medical Conditions Associated with Depression
    Appendix VII: Medications Associated with Depression
    Appendix VIII: Comparison of Omega-3 and Omega-6
    Appendix IX: Summary of 17 Harmful Effects of TV Watching
    Appendix X: Recipes to Improve Mood
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