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Dr. Rayel will soon release First aid tips for depression

Dec. 04 – Dr. Michael G. Rayel, author and psychiatrist, will soon release his latest book First Aid Tips for Depression: Facing the challenges of depression in four simple steps. As the first of Dr. Rayel’s Shrink series, it offers relevant information and practical tips on dealing with depression. “The lifetime risk of developing depression is high. If unrecognized, this medical illness will only get worse,” Dr. Rayel says. The need to recognize it early is therefore crucial. Depression’s main symptom includes depressed mood or loss of interest to do routine daily activities. Just like most illnesses, depression is associated with physical symptoms as shown by poor energy, loss of appetite, interrupted sleep, and poor concentration. Some depressed individuals also feel hopeless and worthless. Dr. Rayel states, “When depression worsens, complications usually occur just making it harder to treat.” Indeed, some severely depressed individuals develop suspiciousness, believing that their neighbors are after them. Still others suffer from auditory hallucinations, hearing voices that tell them to do certain things. Indeed, the need for first aid approaches to recognize depression and to apply early intervention cannot be over emphasized. Dr. Rayel, a board certified psychiatrist, has written a number of books and educational games and products. First Aid Tips for Depression is part of his Shrink series on psychiatric disorders and mental health issues. For details, visit www.drrayel.com. More news and updates: Dr. Rayel offers first aid tips on dealing with a loss
Dr. Rayel will soon release First aid tips for depression “The lifetime risk of developing depression is high. If unrecognized, this medical illness will only get worse,” Dr. Rayel says. The need to recognize it early is therefore crucial.
Dr. Michael G. Rayel     Author. Entrepreneur. Psychiatrist