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Self-help Lesson #10  Regular Daily Relaxation for Rapid Symptom Reduction of Depression and Anxiety

Self-help Lesson #10 Regular Daily Relaxation for Rapid Symptom Reduction of Depression and Anxiety

Regular Daily Relaxation The benefits of regular daily relaxation include decreased heart rate, decreased blood pressure, decreased tension, decrease in analytical thinking. What to do:  Regularly practice deep relaxation for 20-30 minutes a day.  This will generalize to the rest of your day and reduce anxiety, prevent stress, increase energy, increase concentration and  memory, reduceRead more about Self-help Lesson #10 Regular Daily Relaxation for Rapid Symptom Reduction of Depression and Anxiety[…]

Self-help Lesson #9 Nutrition As A Self Care Method To Help Manage Depression And Anxiety

Self-help Lesson #9 Nutrition As A Self Care Method To Help Manage Depression And Anxiety

NUTRITION  There are things that can aggravate depression. It is a good idea to avoid substances that do that. Some of these would include:  caffeine, coffee, cola, chocolate so have a maximum of 1 cup of soda a day, preferably none. Another thing to look out for is nicotine, preservatives,  salt  and meat hormones AvoidRead more about Self-help Lesson #9 Nutrition As A Self Care Method To Help Manage Depression And Anxiety[…]

Self Help Lesson #8 – Exercise as a form of self care for dealing with depression

Self Help Lesson #8 – Exercise as a form of self care for dealing with depression

Exercise, Fitness & Working out:   Benefits:  If exercise could be put in a pill and bottled everyone would probably buy it because the benefits are so enormous. Reduced skeletal muscle tension More rapid metabolism of adrenalin, thyroxin, and endorphins (which can improve your mood) Discharge of pent-up frustration (which can reduce anxiety) Lower cholesterolRead more about Self Help Lesson #8 – Exercise as a form of self care for dealing with depression[…]