Natural Prozac: Learning to Release Your Body's Own Anti-Depressants
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Natural Prozac: Learning to Release Your Body's Own Anti-Depressants

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"Depressed people cannot simply 'cheer up.' They suffer from a chemical imbalance in their central nervous system that is the source of their depression. Fortunately, balance can be restored, and that is the aim of this book…I will demonstrate how common behaviours can either maintain a brain-chemical imbalance and thus susta...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published February 3rd 1998 by HarperOne (first published February 1st 1997)
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I think this book is really great. The later chapters are obviously more meaty and helpful, like I found chapters is Ch 6 on Triggers and 7 overviewing specifically in categories from food to music to boost different neurotransmitters--take a little time to stop reading through the pages and do your own work on a notepad answering the questions, or looking up the music on youtube.
The most annoying part of this book, although he does warn you of it, is that the personality type descriptions are o...more
John Scott
This is a great book for many person. I recommend it for those with moderate or mild depression, as well as for those with severe depression. It can help all of the above, and give insight into acquiring, or developing, good mental health, in general. There are many thoughts expressed here, many of which are very insightful.

The correlation between music and depression is established, helping the reader to realize that his or her choices in music, in both the time spent, as well as the intensity...more
For those who focus on the positive thinking and the mindset this book will show that in order to have functional software (mind) you need to have also properly set hardware (brain). This book helps you to discover the imbalance if you have any, what are the moods and substances responsible for that, how you see external world because of that and how you experience it. Find the imbalance in your diet and change it so you can live life with emotions you want. It all starts with the food you eat....more
Jen Oliver-provost
This was a very easy-to-read look into how your brain chemistry (yes, I said those words together) plays a huge role in depression and how you can make simple changes in your diet and exercise to adjust your baseline and start feeling better.
had a lot of interesting thoughts and statistics based on human chemistry.
Really good info.
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