Lifestyle medicine for depression

@inproceedings{Sarris2014LifestyleMF,
  title={Lifestyle medicine for depression},
  author={Jerome Sarris and Adrienne O’Neil and Carolyn Elyse Coulson and Isaac Schweitzer and Michael Berk},
  booktitle={BMC psychiatry},
  year={2014}
}
The prevalence of depression appears to have increased over the past three decades. While this may be an artefact of diagnostic practices, it is likely that there are factors about modernity that are contributing to this rise. There is now compelling evidence that a range of lifestyle factors are involved in the pathogenesis of depression. Many of these factors can potentially be modified, yet they receive little consideration in the contemporary treatment of depression, where medication and… CONTINUE READING
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