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The Resource It's not all in your head : anxiety, depression, mood swings, and multiple sclerosis, Patricia Farrell

It's not all in your head : anxiety, depression, mood swings, and multiple sclerosis, Patricia Farrell

Label
It's not all in your head : anxiety, depression, mood swings, and multiple sclerosis
Title
It's not all in your head
Title remainder
anxiety, depression, mood swings, and multiple sclerosis
Statement of responsibility
Patricia Farrell
Title variation
It is not all in your head
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1940-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Farrell, Patricia
Dewey number
616.8/34
Index
index present
LC call number
RC377
LC item number
.F37 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Depression, Mental
  • Anxiety
Label
It's not all in your head : anxiety, depression, mood swings, and multiple sclerosis, Patricia Farrell
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-214) and index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: 1.Multiple Sclerosis Made Simple -- The Symptoms -- What Is Multiple Sclerosis? -- The Three Major Components -- Anger and Multiple Sclerosis -- Depression, Anxiety, and Mood Swings -- Initial Screening for Depression -- Memory Impairment -- The Social Side of Multiple Sclerosis -- Further Reading -- 2.The Mind-Body Connection -- Psychoneuroimmunology -- The Immune System -- Helplessness -- The Immune System and Depression -- A Century of Discovery -- Stress and the Immune System -- Exercise and Brain Function -- Lifestyle Changes -- Depression and Multiple Sclerosis -- Depression Prior to Diagnosis -- Further Reading -- 3.Riding the Rollercoaster of Multiple Sclerosis -- Resilience and Illness -- Resilience-Building Behaviors -- The Four Phases of Acceptance -- Sarah, a Young Career Woman -- Anna, a Homemaker/Senior Citizen -- William, a Mid-career Professional -- Stephanie, a College Student -- Barbara, Wife and Mother -- Maintaining a Positive Attitude -- Spouse, Family, Friends, and Caregivers -- Further Reading -- 4.The "Ugly Twins" of Depression and Anxiety -- Depression: The Biological Connection -- Depression and "Moral Failure" -- Handling the Depression and Diagnosis -- A Missed Diagnosis -- Depression Self-Test -- Stress and Depression -- Fighting Depression -- The Psychological Component -- Anxiety's Role -- Further Reading -- 5.Learning to Help Yourself -- The 11 Most Effective Self-Help Techniques -- Further Reading -- 6.Handling Guilt and Maintaining Resilience -- Seeking Psychotherapy -- The Initial Diagnosis -- The Road to Resilience -- Further Reading -- 7.Maximizing Memory to Combat Depression -- The Five Factors Involved in Memory -- Sleep Hygiene -- Anxiety, Pain, Sleep, and Medication -- Everyday Memory Problems -- 10 Tips for Improving Memory -- Self-Generated Memories -- Avoid Repetition as a Memory Aid -- A Partner's Role -- Remoralization -- Further Reading -- 8.Coping Strategies for Everyday -- The Social Readjustment Rating Scale -- Stress/Resolution List -- The Gentle Art of Persuasion -- Quality of Life -- Learning "Interviewing" Skills -- The Four Accusations -- Your Role as Your Medical Advocate -- Regaining Self-Esteem and Pride -- Retirement and Purpose -- Positive Relationships -- Discussing Your Diagnosis -- Retrieving Good From Bad -- Attitude Is Everything -- Maintaining Hope -- Further Reading -- 9.The Future Is Bright -- Following the Research -- Joining the Fight -- Further Reading
Control code
ocn607977140
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiii, 221 p.
Isbn
9781932603958
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2010038314
System control number
(OCoLC)607977140
Label
It's not all in your head : anxiety, depression, mood swings, and multiple sclerosis, Patricia Farrell
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-214) and index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: 1.Multiple Sclerosis Made Simple -- The Symptoms -- What Is Multiple Sclerosis? -- The Three Major Components -- Anger and Multiple Sclerosis -- Depression, Anxiety, and Mood Swings -- Initial Screening for Depression -- Memory Impairment -- The Social Side of Multiple Sclerosis -- Further Reading -- 2.The Mind-Body Connection -- Psychoneuroimmunology -- The Immune System -- Helplessness -- The Immune System and Depression -- A Century of Discovery -- Stress and the Immune System -- Exercise and Brain Function -- Lifestyle Changes -- Depression and Multiple Sclerosis -- Depression Prior to Diagnosis -- Further Reading -- 3.Riding the Rollercoaster of Multiple Sclerosis -- Resilience and Illness -- Resilience-Building Behaviors -- The Four Phases of Acceptance -- Sarah, a Young Career Woman -- Anna, a Homemaker/Senior Citizen -- William, a Mid-career Professional -- Stephanie, a College Student -- Barbara, Wife and Mother -- Maintaining a Positive Attitude -- Spouse, Family, Friends, and Caregivers -- Further Reading -- 4.The "Ugly Twins" of Depression and Anxiety -- Depression: The Biological Connection -- Depression and "Moral Failure" -- Handling the Depression and Diagnosis -- A Missed Diagnosis -- Depression Self-Test -- Stress and Depression -- Fighting Depression -- The Psychological Component -- Anxiety's Role -- Further Reading -- 5.Learning to Help Yourself -- The 11 Most Effective Self-Help Techniques -- Further Reading -- 6.Handling Guilt and Maintaining Resilience -- Seeking Psychotherapy -- The Initial Diagnosis -- The Road to Resilience -- Further Reading -- 7.Maximizing Memory to Combat Depression -- The Five Factors Involved in Memory -- Sleep Hygiene -- Anxiety, Pain, Sleep, and Medication -- Everyday Memory Problems -- 10 Tips for Improving Memory -- Self-Generated Memories -- Avoid Repetition as a Memory Aid -- A Partner's Role -- Remoralization -- Further Reading -- 8.Coping Strategies for Everyday -- The Social Readjustment Rating Scale -- Stress/Resolution List -- The Gentle Art of Persuasion -- Quality of Life -- Learning "Interviewing" Skills -- The Four Accusations -- Your Role as Your Medical Advocate -- Regaining Self-Esteem and Pride -- Retirement and Purpose -- Positive Relationships -- Discussing Your Diagnosis -- Retrieving Good From Bad -- Attitude Is Everything -- Maintaining Hope -- Further Reading -- 9.The Future Is Bright -- Following the Research -- Joining the Fight -- Further Reading
Control code
ocn607977140
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiii, 221 p.
Isbn
9781932603958
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2010038314
System control number
(OCoLC)607977140

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