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Depression Cure: Natural Cures for Depression

Abstract: A list of articles about non-drug natural depression cures.

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Depression Cure: Natural Cures for Depression

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Written by: Jacob Palme, professor
First version: 22 Jul 2008.
Latest revision: 30 Jul 2008.

Is there any non-drug natural depression cure?

Answer:

S't Johns Wort has not been tested in the same way as SSRI medicines, but is believed to help with less severe depression.
How to increase positive activities in your life.
A list of things you can do to overcome your depression and achieve satisfaction and harmony with life.
I get anxious and uncomfortable at work and I think I am a failure. I do not exercise and I eat too much.
How to stop depression by making your life more meaningful.
Self-monitoring through a mood diary can help depressed people understand their way of thinking.
Is rTMS a useful therapy for depressive disorders?
Complementary/alternative therapies for depression - what works?
What must I do to help someone who is depressed? How should I behave with someone depressed?
If someone is feeling depressed should they refer to professionals? I am feeling down must I see a doctor?
A longer list of articles about the treatment of depression.
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