Our not so realistic reality

Not so real reality

Not so real reality

The basis of any anxiety or panic problem is a personal belief about something that in reality is not true. Whatever your individual fear may be, the chances are that it is completely illogical and not at all rooted in real facts. Living a life based entirely on thoughts and feelings which we know don’t reflect reality is one of the strangest experiences a person can have, and yet so many of us live this way every day, sometimes without even realizing they’re wrong.

Myself, I could say with total conviction that I know my anxious thoughts are incorrect. My logical brain is well aware that a panic attack will do me no harm; I’ve had more than enough to factually confirm that. However, there is still that thought, a voice so to speak, which convinces me to avoid any situation that could cause a panic attack because there is always a “what if?”. This makes my anxiety very difficult to explain to others, and I know I’m not alone. People will say “there’s nothing to worry about, you’ll be fine” and you can’t help but answer “I know I will”. They ask why you’re so scared if you know you’re going to be safe, and unfortunately you’re left with no real answer. It is simply a feeling which guides you through your day, and although this may only make up 1% of your thoughts, that 1% is stronger than all of your logical thoughts combined.

It seems mad, on paper, to allow something you know is wrong to dictate everything you do. From what you eat, to where you go, to who you go there with, this one small sensation, which tells you that maybe this time will be so much worse than all the others, is in control of your life. It doesn’t take long to collect a full repertoire of symptoms and side effects of anxiety, from heart palpitations to nausea and full panic attacks. You become familiar with each one, you’ve experienced them all at their very worst and still survived to tell the tales, but still you continue to avoid and fear situations which may cause them again, all because of one tiny voice.

Imagine a world where this voice, this feeling, is the minority. Where you consider that maybe there is a risk, a small “what if?”, but you don’t allow it to control you because you truly do believe that those anxious thoughts are nothing but lies. Simply knowing that your paranoid brain is wrong is just step one, and while it’s an excellent step, it doesn’t change the fact that there is still a part of you which refuses to commit to the belief entirely. There is so much more freedom and liberation which comes with fully accepting and internalising the idea that these thoughts you have are only there to hold you back, and in no way reflect what life is really like. You first have to realise that you’ve seen it all before, you have the wisdom and benefit that comes with experience. You have been through the worst of it and you are still standing, and that should suggest that maybe, just maybe, some part of your way of thinking is very, very wrong.

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After Paris does the world feel more dangerous and do you feel more anxious?

Terrible things do happen.

Terrible things that happen without warning can make you feel more vulnerable and anxious. The media play and replay their footage, with comment and analysis. All of this can have the the effect of making the terrible event seem more likely to happen to you or the people you love. Your brain is genetically tuned to detect threats to you. Indeed it is highly sensitive to any situation that may even turn threatening. So when a threat is perceived but there is no obvious focus for the threat your brain often goes into a worry loop.

If you find that the terrible events in Paris have caused you to be more anxious but you’re not sure why then watch my video. I will explain how worry gets started and why anxiety goes up.

Are you anxious?

 

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About Dr David Purves

Dr David Purves is a Reading based psychologist providing private CBT in Reading, Berkshire. Dr Purves is the clinical Director of The Berkshire psychology service and former Consultant Psychologist and Head of the NHS Berkshire Traumatic Stress Service. He treats trauma and PTSD at his clinic and writes and speaks internationally on matters of terrorist related trauma.

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Mood Control could be the best treatment for depression and anxiety that you’ll ever try

As you read every word of this page, you will discover why the breakthrough Mood Control CBT System might just be the best treatment for depression and anxiety that you’ve ever tried.Dr Purves teaches CBT

Imagine what it would be like to be able to experience life to the full again… feeling happy, relaxed, hopeful, energetic, even blissful.

These feelings can be a reality for you.

You probably know that depression and anxiety are wide-spread problems. Throughout my career as a psychologist and CBT therapist I’ve treated many patients, like you, suffering from depression and anxiety.

 

Fact. There are approximately 121,000,000 people suffering from depression throughout the world.

If you’re reading this page then you probably know what it feels like to be depressed or anxious. 

Burdened. Defeated. Despairing. Exhausted. Miserable. Negative.

  • When you’re depressed you can feel constantly tired and drained
  • When you’re depressed you can feel sad
  • When you’re depressed you can feel numb
  • When you’re depressed you can feel completely detached from the world 
  • When you’re depressed you can feel that everything is hopeless

Are any of these feelings familiar to you?  stress, attention options, stress busting, stress management, survival,

“If you know someone who’s depressed please resolve never to ask them why. Depression isn’t a straightforward response to a bad situation, depression just is, like the weather.”

Actor Stephen Fry, Depression Alliance

Anxiety can be just as debilitating.

  • When you’re anxious you can be consumed with feelings of dread
  • When you’re anxious you can find it impossible to concentrate
  • When you’re anxious you can feel jumpy and irritable

Anxiety can also manifest itself physically.

Before your anxiety was diagnosed you may have been to your doctor or the hospital more than once feeling unable to breathe, with a pounding heart, experiencing profuse sweating, dizziness, headaches, diarrhoea, insomnia, tremors or twitches.

Anxiety can affect anyone at anytime and its effects on your life can be devastating. 

 

“I was just kind of immobilized by it. I didn’t want to go to my friends’ houses or hang out with anybody and nobody really understood.”

Actress Emma Stone, Vogue Magazine, on panic attacks 

 

“I still do get terribly nervous, and that’s partly due to the fact I think too much and over-analyze things. I’ll start worrying about my parents or my dog, and I’ll picture him opening the window of my apartment and falling out, even though I can’t get that thing open myself.”

Actress Amanda Seyfried, Glamour Magazine, on panic attacks 

There are many different treatments available and I know that you’re looking for the best treatment for depression and anxiety so please read on…

Antidepressants are commonly prescribed but the bottom line is that depression is a psychological problem and therefore a medical solution is not always the best option.

It’s a fact that once you stop taking your antidepressant meds you will have a 60% chance of relapsing within two years.

That’s a scary thought, isn’t it.

BUT studies have proven that if you treat depression as a psychological problem then your chance of relapsing drops to around 30% within two years.

Now, let these numbers sink in for a minute…

… So how do you go about treating anxiety or depression as a psychological problem?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is one way.

In fact I’d go so far as to say it’s the best treatment for depression and anxiety and I’ll shout it from the roof tops. I’ve given interviews to the media and talks all over the world about the benefits of this psychological treatment.

CBT therapy is a talking therapy that can help you challenge negative thoughts, feelings and behaviours. It’s a highly successful treatment for anxiety and depression. 

It’s been massively researched.

Where can you get CBT therapy?

There are dedicated CBT therapists but the problem is that demand far exceeds supply meaning you could have a long wait for an appointment.

If you decide to skip the queues and pay privately you’ll find that CBT therapist appointments can be expensive.

In the UK, for example, you can expect to pay £40-£100 per private session and in the USA CBT can typically cost more than $100 per session.

There is only one solution

The Mood Control CBT System

Imagine finding the best treatment for depression and anxiety. Imagine what it would be like if you could begin to overcome depression and anxiety cost effectively right now. 

“Mood control has really helped me see the bigger picture of why I behave in certain ways. But almost more importantly, as an online course, it offers manageable tools and tricks to help me change some of the faulty thinking I’ve fallen prey to. Overall Mood Control offers support, motivation and inspirational examples of how to move out of depression, anxiety and low mood, all of which is helping me move my life forward.”

With the Mood Control CBT System you can begin treatment right away.

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This sought-after membership program is a comprehensive CBT system that delivers the full personalised CBT therapy experience straight to you in your home via the internet on your personal Mood Control dashboard.

You don’t even have to change out of your pyjamas to begin your 13 week program of scheduled sessions which include relapse prevention. You just need to have access to a computer.

And that’s not all.

You’ll also gain immediate access to over 200 audio-visual resources and a wealth of downloadable material.

And each week you’ll be sent bonuses.

You’ll be in the very best hands with my revolutionary Mood Control CBT system.

I’ve already seen what this system has done for numerous patients. 

The results are staggering.

And I want to see you have the same results, too.Imagine being able to try out a product without any risk. Now it’s a reality!

“I have worked through all of Dr Purves’ excellent Mood Control sessions. I found the material extremely helpful. Time and again the practical explanations and suggestions would strike a real chord with me raising my mood and giving me insight and tools to use on an ongoing basis.”

You can access the Mood Control CBT System for just $1 for four weeks. Because what better way for me to prove that the Mood Control System really is as good as I say it is? What better way for you to decide if this is the best treatment for depression and anxiety that you’ve ever tried?

Picture yourself having all the power because you have four weeks to try out Mood Control without any risk.

If at the end of the four weeks you decide to continue your subscription then all of the knowledge and experience that I have used to treat countless patients face-to-face will be yours for only $58 a month.

That’s $58 for four therapy sessions and so much more. 

This amount is just a small fraction of the cost of face-to-face CBT therapy and you can start your sessions right now.

As you can see everything you need for your recovery is included in this complete set of CBT coaching sessions: 

Mood Control CBT Coaching Sessions
Session One – Getting Started
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Session Three – Life Drivers
Session Four – Low Mood
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Session Six – Tolerating Uncertainty
Session Seven – Control
Session Eight – Increasing Confidence
Session Nine – Faulty Thinking
Session Ten – Attention Bias
Session Eleven – Negative Thinking
Session Twelve – Self Esteem
Session Thirteen – Relapse Prevention

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The Mood Control CBT System is the very largest CBT resource that exists on the internet. That’s right, the very largest! In addition to the coaching sessions you’ll have 24/7 access to over 200 audio-visual resources and will receive weekly bonuses.

If after subscribing you are not delighted with how Mood Control helps you to change your life, then simply let me know and receive a full 30 day refund… no questions asked. 

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Take advantage of this special offer now and imagine minutes from now what you will be learning … 

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You really don’t have to subscribe now but STOP and ask yourself where you will be in one week if you don’t try out the Mood Control System right now.

I know for a fact, 100% no questions about it, not even a second thought, that the Mood Control CBT System is powerful and that it works. 

But I understand that you might be skeptical. And I want to reassure you. I want you to be 100% happy with your subscription which is why if you feel it’s not for you I promise to refund your money under our 30 day money back guarantee, no questions asked.

Can the Mood Control CBT System really help you overcome your depression and anxiety?

Is Mood Control really the best treatment for depression and anxiety?

All the tools are there.

See for yourself. YOU be the judge.

You really have nothing to lose. I’m taking all the risk by offering such a bold guarantee.

I truly believe that the Mood Control CBT System will make such a huge difference to your life. See for yourself!

Remember, changing your life is a journey. I wish you a good journey.

I can’t wait to hear how you’re getting on.

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The Powerful Placebo Effect

 (Psychological Effects)

The Powerful Placebo EffectThe powerful placebo effect – It’s probably impossible to separate the pure physiological effects of any treatment from the psychological effects that accompany it. These psychological effects are commonly called The Placebo Effect.

A lot of research evidence seems to suggest that a considerable amount of any drug effect found from the use of antidepressants drugs is attributable to placebo effects.

Contrary to popular misconceptions a placebo effect is not the same as no effect.

Let me make it clear before we go any further; the powerful placebo effect is not nothing! I can assure you of this because I’ve researched the role of placebo effects with all mental health problems especially in relation to depression and antidepressants so let’s look at this first…

 The Antidepressant solution

A lot of research evidence seems to suggest that a considerable amount of any drug effect found from the use of antidepressants drugs is attributable to placebo effects.

As I said before, placebos are not nothing!

 So what are they? They’re the powerful psychological forces of expectation and hope amalgamated into a compound that embodies the belief that they will be effective.

It may surprise you to know that all treatments for depression incorporate placebo effects because the pain of depression seeks a remedy.  While the unique power of symbolisation possessed of our brains creates hope, anticipation, and the faith that something must work to alleviate the pain of depression.

The human brain is so powerful at creating a virtual reality simulation of the world that our motivation to feel better can be engaged and harnessed through imagination. Yes, really!

We can imagine that we can feel better and the antidepressant or whatever other treatment we choose is the vehicle to take us to this better place.

 Hope has immense power; profound and powerful placebo effects have been recorded.

If you want to learn more about the placebo response and the mind boggling effects that can be achieved with placebo take a look at this film:

If you have a deeper interest in antidepressant meds and the powerful placebo effects which are associated then this short film of Dr Irving Kirsch Ph.D explodes the commonsense beliefs that antidepressants are really powerful antidepressant meds as opposed to mostly a placebo cure wrapped up in relatively unpleasant and side effect producing compounds.

To be fair Dr Kirsch has encountered criticism for his book. Nevertheless he is not the first, by any means, to make these claims and there are plenty of published research reports that show similar or ‘close enough’ effects between an antidepressant and a placebo to lend substantial weight to his overall argument.

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St John’s Wort for Depression

St John’s wort for depression – You’ve likely heard that one of St John’s wort uses is to treat depression but do you know what it is?

What is St John’s wort?

St-Johns-wort-for-depression-1St John’s wort is actually an extract of the plant Hypericum perforatum and it has been used for centuries for medicinal purposes which includes the treatment of depression.

The St John’s wort extract is widely available. You may have come across preparations of it in health food shops and over the counter in pharmacies.

There are many different branded preparations of the St John’s wort and many will have different concentrations of the variety of compounds which form the entire preparation. This variation is thought to be a problem in clinical use.

Notwithstanding this St John’s wort is actually licensed as a treatment for depression in Germany.

You may be interested in reading in full the National Institute for Clinical Excellence determination of the composition of St John’s wort:

‘St John’s wort is known to contain at least 10 constituents or groups of components that may contribute to its pharmacological effects (Linde & Mulrow, 2004), but its exact mode of action is unknown. These include naphthodianthrons, flavonoids, xanthons and biflavonoids (Wagner & Bladt, 1994). In common with all herbal preparations, the quantity and proportions of each constituent varies among batches (Wang et al., 2004). Most commercial products are standardised with respect to hypericin content but it is not known if this is the only active component. Individual brands or batches of the same brand may, therefore, not be therapeutically equivalent. Many clinically important drug interactions have been reported (Committee on Safety of Medicines, 2000). St John’s wort may also cause photosensitivity.’

 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (2010) Depression: the treatment and management of depression in adults: National Clinical Practice Guideline 90.

 Research into using St John’s wort for depression

A considerable amount of research effort has been devoted to determining whether or not St John’s Wort is effective as an antidepressant. So, what are the benefits of St John’s wort?

Well, the overall pattern of results seems to indicate that St John’s wort is useful as an antidepressant and better than placebo in most studies.

What may surprise you is that research has shown that it is overall as effective as prescription antidepressants for moderate depression. However, it may be less effective than antidepressants for severe depression.

In the interests of fidelity I quote verbatim the determination of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (2010) Depression: the treatment and management of depression in adults: National Clinical Practice Guideline 90.

‘St John’s wort is more effective than placebo on achieving response in both moderate and severe depression, and on reducing depression symptoms in moderate depression.

There appears to be no difference between St John’s wort and other antidepressants, other than in moderate depression where it is better at achieving response and in severe depression where it is less effective than low dose antidepressants in achieving response.

However, St John’s wort appears as acceptable as placebo, and more acceptable than antidepressants, particularly TCAs, with fewer people leaving treatment early due to side effects and reporting adverse events.’

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Guidance to doctors regarding St John’s wort for depression

Despite the above findings, the actual guidance to doctors in the UK with regard to St John’s wort for depression is not to recommend its use as a natural antidepressant.

Mainly, it seems, because of the lack of detailed information about the quantity of active ingredient in the various preparations of the St John’s wort and because of the possible interactions with a number of other commonly used prescription drugs. NICE 2010 published this statement as the clinical practice recommendation to doctors:

‘Although there is evidence that St John’s wort may be of benefit in mild or moderate depression, practitioners should:

 • not prescribe or advise its use by people with depression because of uncertainty about appropriate doses, persistence of effect, variation in the nature of preparations and potential serious interactions with other drugs (including oral contraceptives, anticoagulants and anticonvulsants)

 • advise people with depression of the different potencies of the preparations available and of the potential serious interactions of St John’s wort with other drugs.’

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (2010) Depression: the treatment and management of depression in adults: National Clinical Practice Guideline 90.

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Natural Treatments for Depression

The holy grail of natural treatments for depression surely has to be something without side effects, that’s easy to use and has long term benefits. We often assume that natural treatments for depression fit more easily into this category but do they?

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The problem is that when we look at the claimed beneficial compounds of these treatments very few appear to have actual ‘active ingredients,’ although all will undoubtedly have placebo (psychological) effect benefits, to a greater or lesser degree.

In this section I’ll talk you through the effect of a number of natural treatments for depression by considering how the psychological aspects combine with the ‘active ingredient.’

You may be surprised to learn as you read on that in many cases the psychological effect of these treatments is greater than the active ingredient. This opens up the possibility for the determined investigator to figure out how to harness the psychological effects and use them without the active ingredient to yield the ultimate in natural treatments for depression!

But first there is a natural treatment for depression that appears to yield clinical benefits over and above the psychological effects that accompany it…

St John’s wort for depression

St-Johns-wort-for-depression-1You’ve likely heard that one of St John’s wort uses is to treat depression but do you know what it is? St John’s wort is actually an extract of the plant Hypericum perforatum and it has been used for centuries for medicinal purposes which includes the treatment of depression. As a preparation it is widely available in health food shops and over the counter in pharmacies.

Antidepressant meds: The most common treatment for depression

As this section is about natural treatments for depression I will not be commenting on antidepressants per se, but I wanted to show you that much of the benefits of antidepressants (many gain valuable benefits from them) are available to you without taking the antidepressant itself. Hence no side effects! But you have to acquire a little knowledge to unlock this mysterious power. The power of placebo!

The powerful placebo effect (psychological effects)

The Powerful Placebo EffectSurely the most natural treatments for depression are those that originate within your own body. They have no side effects, no toxicity, no autoimmune issues, no natural limit on effectiveness and no fundamental cost. Furthermore they have all the power you could possibly want or need to combat depression. The only admittance criteria to use these powerful treatments are you have to want to use them. I think it is quite possible to use some elements of any placebo response as part of your goal to good mental health.

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How to change some part of your life… do it yourself depression and anxiety treatments

When considering do it yourself depression and anxiety treatments remember – Right Action Equals Right Outcome.

Challenging depression, stress and anxiety problems requires a vigilant determined attitude.

Change mechanisms

The problem, in any situation where you want to change something is that you need to find enough opportunities to exercise the change mechanisms.

Imagine you wanted to improve on any game, but let’s choose golf for the moment. If you want to improve, you have to get out there on the green and practice. Both in actual games, which are probably more pressured situations, and on the practice pitch. Moreover you have to practice all of the different shots you may use, such as a drive, a pitch or a put. It is further complicated by having to practice with all of the different clubs in your bag. This scenario can be expanded to include any skilled activity from learning to write as a child, through to driving a car or flying a plane.

Human relationships are are a further category where practice is likely to be important. Most people go through a series of girlfriends  and/or boyfriends before they find someone they can live with for the longer term.

Of course relationships do break down, often because people change but also the world changes us in many ways that are hard to see. If you are fortunate, and you approach the whole enterprise with a sense of adventure, you acquire the necessary practice in relationships when you are young and overall it does not cause too much trouble to you and your family.

Depression and low mood are very serious problems.

Active Self Help for Depression and Anxiety

With my Active Self Help for depression and anxiety approach the emphasis is that you have all of the resources to adequately treat and cure yourself, but you may not have the resourcefulness to do it.

Really you may not know what to do nor how to do it. This is where the vast quantity of opportunity that the world constantly throws at you plays its part.

You need opportunities to practice being different in the world to get really good at it.

Imagine if you would one of those old computer games where your cursor which looks like a small basket is at the bottom on the screen and bricks are constantly falling from the top of the screen. To be good at the game all you have to do is to catch as many bricks as you can with your basket cursor. Well I see opportunities for changing your life as those bricks.

Let me complicate the game a little more. The bricks are evil and you only destroy them by catching them. If you don’t catch them they go onto destroy your town, region and eventually your country then  they go onto destroy your town, region and eventually your country then the world.

You have to catch the bricks to survive!

Now let us change those bricks into negative thoughts.

Each negative thought that escapes capture destroys a little more of you, your life and eventually your world. There is now a sad part, but it is changeable. The world offers you, and always has, many many opportunities every day to catch those bricks and stop them destroying you.

Did you know you were even playing this game?

Who told you there even was a game anyway?

It is similar to the halting stop start series of relationships many people have before they settle down, if they do. Who helped you with that…cyour peers were equally confused and yes you may have been able to talk about some stuff with them but probably not the really deep stuff about how you felt about yourself.

I am prepared to bet that you kept that deep inside. Probably because you felt a real need to protect yourself from hurt. It seems incredibly that we managed at all. All stumbling around in a process that is largely hidden and silent, it is a good job that it was also fun at times.

You are in this game, whether you recognise it or not.

Try this exercise…

Every day negative self destructive thoughts flow in a constant stream to attack your mood and sense of security and safety. If you find that hard to believe, simply take one hour of your normal day and put a mark on a slip of paper every time you think or feel or say anything negative about yourself.

I have had clients do this exercise and while it is hard to keep focused for an hour it is do-able. What I have found is that people seem able to recognise an average of between 3 – 7 negative events in that hour; (let us decide on 4 average per hour) Of course you will only ever recognise the conscious events not those that slip under the radar of your awareness. If you think about the waking day as 16 hours that gives 64 bricks that go through each day. This yields 448 bricks for the entire week.

This month is 1,792 and the year is 21,504.

Now I hope you can see two things.

First, I hope you can see why these negative thought bricks destroy you, your life and your world.

Secondly, I hope you will see that the world also provides masses of opportunities to change your life for the better. Remember, it is only the bricks that get through that destroy you.

Those you catch are defeated. They are rendered useless.

Catch it… Challenge it… Change it

I have coined the term: Catch it …challenge it…change it

This is tool is one of the very useful do it yourself depression and anxiety treatments that you can use to deal with the bricks.

Every time you recognise a negative thought, catch it, challenge it for truth and accuracy (not how you feel, that is no guide at all) and change it. Make every negative thought account for itself. Every one you catch that you previously would have missed is a success.

Depression is what missing a lot of bricks brings you.

Catch the bricks and change things for the better.

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