Treating Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression Not Enough: Says Mooloolaba Life Coach
QUEENSLAND, Australia December, 2012 – A recent survey has revealed that around 1 in 4 young people aged 16 to 24 experience mental health problems during adolescence*, too often starting a negative cycle of depression that continues during adulthood. Statistics show that around 160,000 young people (aged 16-24) live with depression.
Dealing with depression and anxiety can be hard enough for anyone, no matter what age they may be. The sad part is that over half of those suffering from depression do not seek any help from family, friends, or professionals. Some reasons why they don't seek help include a false belief that they can fix things on their own, feelings of shame or embarrassment, the fear of not being understood by professionals and family, and the high costs of seeking professional help.*
Life coach Tracey Carmichael understands the dark place of depression, has lived and survived it, and is now helping others to overcome it in a way that does not involve opening up to a stranger or expensive consulting costs, but addressing the link between nutrition and mental health. Tracey has experienced symptoms of anxiety and depression for most of her life which allows her to connect with her clients and is the basis on which she wrote a book called 'Happy Mind Formula' where she shares the blueprint for the way she lives her life after 20 years of research and experience overcoming anxiety and depression. www.happymindformula.com/
Tracey says, "If you have felt plagued with anxiety and depression and often wonder if there is a way out of that darkness and overwhelm; a way to manage your emotions so that you can live a full and stable life, then allow me to take a moment to share an alternative snapshot with you."
'Until now, we have had to rely on limited treatment options that treat our symptoms of depression and anxiety, but often not the underlying cause. And even when alternatives are considered, they are often taken in isolation, leaving gaps in their effectiveness, and leaving us open to short lived results. The 'Happy Mind Formula' fills those gaps.' www.happymindformula.com/
Bridget Jane Thompson from New Leaf Nutrition has read Happy Mind Formula and is a firm advocate for the results it achieves. 'Depression and anxiety are incredibly debilitating conditions and when you are in them you just 'don't know what is wrong with you',' says Bridget. 'It can keep you stuck and trapped and spiralling down. Books like Happy Mind Formula give insight into the WHYs and HOWs and in doing so empower people to find their way out of the darkness…holistically brilliant work.'
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