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Sheldon Short Guide to Depression

Sheldon Short Guide to Depression

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Paperback / softback

£3.99

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
ISBN: 9781847093707
Published: 22/10/2015
Depression is a physical illness caused by malfunction of the limbic system, the brain circuitry which controls many of the body's processes, such as sleeping-waking cycles, temperature control, eating patterns, hormones - and mood. Depression ensues when the limbic system becomes overloaded, such as during periods of prolonged stress. This book explains the workings behind depression, and how to tackle this debilitating condition. Topics include: * What may trigger a depressive episode * What to do when you get ill * Recovery * Staying well * Treatments * Some skills for problem areas - relaxation, problem-solving, sleep

Tim Cantopher

Dr Tim Cantopher is a consultant psychiatrist based at the Priory Hospitals, London. He is author of Stress-Related Illness, Dying for a Drink, and Beating Insomnia (in progress) all for Sheldon Press.

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