You´re about to discover how to recognize the signs of depression in teens and what treatment will help them to combat their symptoms. Depression can cause a person to function at a low level, especially when the person is being affected by psychological depression that can lead to being sad and inactive, having difficulty in thinking, and not being able to concentrate; when the person shows a significant increase or decrease in appetite and spends a lot of time sleeping and feeling hopeless; and sometimes suicidal tendencies are all associated with depression. We are going to focus on teen depression and the signs and treatment. Therefore, what is teen depression? When a teenager is growing up and begins to encounter situations and circumstances that he or she has never experienced before, beginning from the basic unit of life - i.e., the family - to the larger contemporary society, the teenager may not be experienced in how to handle the problem. This often can lead to depression, and the above-mentioned symptoms of depression begin to develop and take a toll on them. Here is a preview of what you´ll learn: Challenges for teens When teens get depressed Signs of teen depression The rebellious teenager How to deal with teen depression Treatment and care And much more! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Cathy Beard. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/047950/bk_acx0_047950_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A graceful and penetrating memoir interweaving the author’s descent into depression with a medical and cultural history of this illness. At the age of 27, married, living in New York, and working in book design, Mary Cregan gives birth to her first child, a daughter she names Anna. But it’s apparent that something is terribly wrong, and two days later, Anna dies - plunging Cregan into suicidal despair. Decades later, sustained by her work, a second marriage, and a son, Cregan reflects on this pivotal experience and attempts to make sense of it. She weaves together literature and research with details from her own ordeal - and the still visible scar of her suicide attempt - while also considering her life as part of the larger history of our understanding of depression. In fearless, candid prose, Cregan examines her psychotherapy alongside early treatments of melancholia, weighs the benefits of shock treatment against its terrifying pop culture depictions, explores the controversy around antidepressants and how little we know about them - even as she acknowledges that the medication saved her life - and sifts through the history of the hospital where her recovery began. Perceptive, intimate, and elegantly written, The Scar vividly depicts the pain and ongoing stigma of clinical depression, giving greater insight into its management and offering hope for those who are suffering. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mary Cregan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/051390/bk_adbl_051390_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Have you wondered if it is possible to stop intense feelings of worry, anxiety, or depression without resorting to medication? Most depression-related medication can have a series of harmful side effects that sometimes leave patients in an even worse state than before. There are several methods that have high rates of success when treating and eliminating depression, anxiety, and negative thought patterns with little to virtually no side effects. Here´s some of what you can expect to learn inside the pages of this book: Easy lifestyle changes that you can apply now to dramatically reduce feelings of depression and anxiety Effective sleep tips for eliminating anxiety at bedtime Learn which supplements work best when treating anxiety How to avoid the most common mistakes that can greatly hinder progress towards recovery Proven methods to relax your mind and body to disrupt stress and depression patterns People that have suffered from depression, anxiety, or constant negative thoughts know how difficult it can be to break the vicious, apparently never-ending cycle. There is a large number of patients that have learned how to successfully manage emotions and thoughts to ´´rewire´´ the way their mind works for good. Unlike depression or anxiety medication, these methods will reward you with long-lasting results when correctly applied to your life. There is no better time to start the journey towards a healthier mind and body. Start regaining your mental health today! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bob D.. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/103919/bk_acx0_103919_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
There are many theories as to why the United States and then much of the world entered into a long period of price deflation, high unemployment, and an overall significant economic downturn, which we now call the Great Depression. People always wonder why this horrendous event occurred and there is no simple answer to this question. It was a perfect storm of events that came together and brought about an inevitable plummet in the lives of millions. Perhaps the opening shot of this dark period was the stock market crash in October of 1929. Nothing had happened like it before that moment. In the aftermath, the rest of the country and the world fell into the Great Depression, the longest and deepest economic depression since the Civil War. During the 1920s, the United States economy was growing and the stock market kept reaching new highs. Lot of common people were making money in the stock market and having a grand time; unfortunately, there were ominous clouds few noticed on the horizon. By that time, industrial production had started declining and unemployment was already rising. The signs were there, but many were ignored. Some of the causes of the collapse were the explosion of debt, low wages, an agricultural industry that was struggling, and large bank loans that were unable to be liquidated. Prices started to decline from the stock market peak in September of 1929, and on October 18, the market began to fall dramatically. Panic began to set in with the traders and investors, and on October 24, known as ´´Black Thursday,´´ the market lost 11 percent of its value on the opening bell in heavy trading. Investment companies and bankers tried to stabilize the market through purchasing blocks of stock, producing a moderate improvement by Friday. However, by Monday, the market was in trouble once again. On October 29, over 16 million shares were traded in just one day. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gregory Diehl. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/053835/bk_acx0_053835_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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