Don't Worry Blog: Depression
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Our bodies respond really powerfully to daylight, not just our eyes, but every part of us. Knowing this can help us improve our quality of sleep.
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Therapy can be delivered in lots of effective ways. Apps using artificial intelligence are looking good.
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School refusers, anxious young people afraid of leaving their bedrooms. All this seems to coincide with the growth of smartphones.
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Hypnosis and similar mind-body interventions have been shown to reverse damage to DNA caused by stress, reducing the risk of disease.
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Secret Garden by Johanna Basford can help you to get back to feeling good and back in control
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Depression is a syndrome, not only biology where antidepressants help. Hypnosis helps you recover and stay well.
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Depression is triggered by tough life events and can make us ill. Hypnosis is an effective treatment. Give it a try.
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Research by Kings College London shows that children with low self-esteem are overweight as adults, and this link is stronger with women.
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Do you believe your life will be better if you lose weight? Will you be happier, more successful, and more likely to find a partner?
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Having a refreshing night's sleep is wonderful. We take it for granted most of the time. Interrupted or unrefreshing sleep, can make us miserable.
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Anxiety and worry can stop us dropping off to sleep. Depression and low mood may be a cause of waking early and being unable to get back to sleep.
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Depression is a risk factor for obesity. When we are in a low mood, it's hard to work on a long-term project. Deal with the low mood first.
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Even the stars don't match up to their pictures in the magazines and other advertising.
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Stuff in chocolate makes us feel good, so when we are feeling low, we eat it. Then we feel bad and guilty and eat some more. Hypnosis will help.
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Joanna Lumley suffered panic attacks. Melvyn Bragg suffered from depression. This kinds of problems are very common and treatable with hypnosis.
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