Major depression affects up to 15 percent of the population. Many people have a genetic predisposition to the disease, which can be triggered by significant life events or prolonged periods of stress. Happily, most people, given the correct treatment, recover well from depression.
Depression is still poorly understood by the general public. In Flagging Depression, family doctor and mental-health specialist, Dr. Harry Barry offers advice to those suffering from depression, and their friends and family members, on what depression is, how it can be treated, and how to reduce the risk of subsequent bouts, He outlines a holistic approach to depression, featuring lifestyle and dietary changes, talk therapy, and medication. In straightforward language, he gives practical advice on how people suffering from depression can feel better, get better, and stay well.
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Dr. HARRY BARRY is a medical doctor based in County Louth. He has a particular interest in the area of mental health and has extensive experience in his practice of dealing with issues such as depression, addiction and anxiety. He regularly features on national radio and in national print to discuss mental health issues, including Today FM and The Irish Independent. Dr Barry was moved to write Flagging the Problem following a particularly tragic death by suicide in a local family and is absolutely committed to seeking to counteract the disruptive effects of mental illness both locally and nationally.Review:
For those dealing with the pain of depression, Harry Barry’s latest book, Flagging Depression: A Practical Guide, offers a simple step-by-step guide for a sure path to recovery.
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Book Description Liberties Press, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111907593411