Dr. Sarmila Sinha’s ‘Depression: A Guide to Recovery‘ is an uplifting and actionable guide to the symptoms, causes, treatment, and management of depression – possibly the world’s most common yet misunderstood condition. Crammed with relatable case studies, Dr. Sinha ensures anyone with a mood disorder is pulled out of the dark and into a place of power, hope and the understanding that their depression far from defines them.
A staggering 15% of the world’s adult population will experience some form of depression in their lifetime yet, considering its epidemic prevalence, depression and associated mood disorders retain a dangerous stigma and disappointing lack of common knowledge.
Dr. Sarmila Sinha has spent her career specializing in the treatment of mental illness in the general adult population and, in her new book, hands depression sufferers a vital lifeline.
‘Depression: A Guide to Recovery‘ does exactly as it says on the cover, without judgment, with dignity and in a way anyone can act.
Depression: A Guide to Recovery is a comprehensive step by step guide to recognizing depression, a common mental health condition. This book uses case examples to provide in-depth information on how to recognize the warning signs of depression, what the possible causes are, how to seek help and the different treatment options.
In modern-day society, where people lead busy lives, we have a tendency to neglect our mental and emotional well-being. Within the pages of this book, you will find incredible advice on everything from coping with stress to the early signs of depression. Using her years of experience, Dr. Sarmila Sinha has created a ground-breaking and thoughtful guide, that will provide essential advice to anyone suffering from mental health issues.
If you are struggling with low mood, stress or relationship difficulties, Depression: A Guide to Recovery is the ultimate resource to improve your wellbeing and start living a happier life.
“My goal was to create a resource that gets right to the point, and reaches out to people in despair, in a way that’s comfortable and comforting,”
explains the author.
“From how they’re feeling inside, to available treatments and even how they can discuss the issues with their family to maximize love and support – it’s all in this book.”
“All of the information is based on hard evidence, and I illustrate as much as is practical with case studies and real-world examples. It’s also, of course, a vital guide for carers who are unsure of how to best provide care for someone living with a mental health condition, and ensure they themselves remain aware of their wellbeing.”
About the Author
Dr. Sarmila Sinha, MBBS, MRCPsych, MSc is a Consultant Psychiatrist practicing in the UK. She specializes in the treatment of mental illness in the general adult population. She has been a Health and Well-Being Ambassador for doctors at a London NHS Trust. Her special interests include stress among professionals and stigma in mental health.