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Struggling With Depression

Struggling With Depression

 

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older, or 18.1% of the population every year.

Depression affects over 18 million adults (one in ten) in any given year, the leading cause of disability for people ages 15 to 44, and is the primary reason someone dies every 13 minutes — that’s over 41,000 people a year.

Those who choose to go for treatment are usually just given some sort of medication to “ease the anxiety/depression,” but does that really work long term? And is taking pill after pill really a good solution?

A good friend of mine, the young and vibrant Jonathan Otto, has written a book called “Solutions for Depression And Anxiety.” Inside, he reveals multiple methods to heal from these mental illnesses without being dependent on toxic medication.

HEAL YOUR SOUL

Jonathan has faced the struggles of mental illness through his beloved wife. Overwhelmed and devastated by his partner’s constant struggle with anxiety and depression, and her spiraling mental health, Jonathan was forced to find ways to help the love of his life.

He shares his discoveries and research findings in his book.

You’ll discover a form of therapy that doesn’t use any sort of drugs, has been shown to be effective in the treatment for adults with anxiety disorders and clinical depression, and doesn’t require continuous follow-up maintenance.

You’ll also learn about the 6 BEST foods for improving and maintaining good mental health —  and alternatively, the 5 WORST foods that can contribute to mental illness.

If you feel weighed down by feelings of anxiety or depression, losing that “spark” of life you used to have, then you’ll want to download Jonathan’s new book.

You deserve to heal. Mind, body and soul.

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