First Aid Tips for Suicidality: Recognizing and preventing suicide in 4 essential steps

 

WHO data show that 800, 000 people commit suicide every year globally. In USA, one person every 13 minutes committed suicide, and one young person every one hour and 49 minutes committed suicide in 2011. In Canada in 2009, there were 11.5 suicides for every 100, 000.

What steps can you do to recognize worsening emotional condition and prevent suicide?

In First Aid Tips for Suicidality: Recognizing and preventing suicide in 4 essential steps, Dr. Mike Rayel and his co-author Danielle reintroduced the CARE approach as first aid. This practical approach consists of a four-step process that describes how to recognize emotional difficulties and their complications, specifically suicidality. As well, it shows what early interventions can be applied once mental problems are recognized.

The book is divided in three parts. Part 1 deals with mental health first aid concepts: The CARE Approach, HEAL Yourself, HELP Others, and ABCs of first aid. Part 2 focuses on relevant coping skills to address mental, personal, and interpersonal issues. Anger
management and problem-solving strategies are good examples. And Part 3 is about first aid with emphasis on suicidality, its signs and symptoms, possible disorders that lead to it, and early intervention strategies. In all parts, hypothetical scenarios are included to explain the main ideas and concepts.

First Aid Tips for Suicidality should give you the confidence and basic knowledge on recognizing and preventing self-harm, the courage and strength to deal with its challenges, and the necessary psychological tools to succeed in overcoming it.

First Aid Tips for Anxiety: 4 crucial steps to overpower anxiety

 

Excessive anxiety or worry is a disabling medical illness with serious consequences. If unrecognized and untreated early, significant distress and functional decline may ensue. Preventing excessive anxiety is vital and should be prioritized.

In First Aid Tips for Anxiety: 4 crucial steps to overpower anxiety, Dr. Michael Rayel has reintroduced the CARE approach as first aid for this medical condition. This quick and practical approach consists of a four-step process that describes how to recognize anxiety, what psychiatric or medical disorders to consider as possible causes, and how you can deal with it.

This book is divided in three parts. Part 1 deals with the mental health first aid concepts: The CARE Approach, HEAL Yourself, HELP Others, and ABCs of first aid. Part 2 focuses on relevant coping skills to address common problems. Breathing exercises, visualization, thought restructuring, and problem-solving strategies are good examples. And Part 3 is about first aid with emphasis on anxiety, its signs and symptoms, possible disorders that lead to it, and preventive and treatment strategies.

First Aid Tips for Anxiety should give you the necessary information to recognize anxiety, the confidence to face it and its associated challenges head on, and the essential coping skills to overpower it.

First Aid Tips for Depression: Overcoming depression in 4 simple steps

 

Depression is a serious and disabling medical illness. If not recognized and treated early, it can result in death through suicide or substantial financial burden due to lost income and inability to function. The need for early intervention cannot be overemphasized. To prevent depression from worsening, something must be done!

In First Aid Tips for Depression: Overcoming depression in 4 simple steps, Dr. Michael Rayel has reintroduced the CARE approach as first aid for depression. This quick and practical approach consists of a four-step process that describes how to recognize depression, what you can do once it is recognized, what psychiatric disorders to consider as possible causes, and how you can deal with it.

The book is divided in three parts. Part 1 deals with the mental health first aid concepts: The CARE Approach, HEAL Yourself, HELP Others, and ABCs of first aid. Part 2 focuses on relevant coping skills to address mental, personal, and interpersonal issues. Anger management and problem-solving strategies are good examples. And Part 3 is about first aid with emphasis on depression, its signs and symptoms, possible disorders that lead to it, and early intervention strategies.

First Aid Tips for Depression should give you the courage to face depression head on, the confidence to deal with its challenges, and the necessary tools to succeed in overcoming it.

First Aid Tips for Memory Loss: How to keep a healthy brain and slow down forgetfulness in 4 practical steps

 

How’s your memory? Are you becoming forgetful? With each passing year, do you find it hard to remember names of friends and neighbors, birthdays, and phone numbers? Do you feel scared that you may now be suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s?

Based on US statistics, more than 5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s dementia in 2014. And one American every 67 seconds develops this illness.

In First Aid Tips for Memory Loss: Keep a healthy brain and slow down forgetfulness in 4 steps, Dr. Michael Rayel has reintroduced the CARE approach as first aid for memory loss. This practical approach consists of a four-step process that describes how to recognize memory impairment early, what you can do once it is recognized, what psychiatric disorders to consider as possible causes, and how you can deal with it.

The book is divided in four parts. Part 1 deals with the mental health first aid concepts: The CARE Approach, HEAL Yourself, HELP Others, and ABCs of first aid. Part 2 focuses on relevant coping skills and lifestyle changes to prevent or slow down memory loss. Part 3 is about brief and practical memory screens that can be done at home. Such memory tests are Dr. Rayel’s original work intended for the general population. And Part 4 discusses first aid with emphasis on memory impairment, its signs and symptoms, possible disorders that lead to it, and early intervention strategies.

First Aid Tips for Memory Loss offers the four practical steps in keeping a healthy brain and slowing down forgetfulness.