Overcoming Depression and Anxiety Through Clarity and Insight
Explore one of the most enlightening books on depression, ‘Brain-Fuel Depletion’, and embark on a transformative journey toward understanding
Hundreds of millions of people will suffer from depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues at some point in their lives.
It’s been called the silent epidemic and if you struggle with mental health, you are not alone.
Life has a way of getting on top of us and can sometimes feel overwhelming. Work, family commitments, social pressures, media, global instability, politics, and an increasing cost of living are driving record rates of depression across the world.
Brain-Fuel Depletion is a simple, yet powerful model to help people gain clarity towards their mental health.
Through understanding comes empowerment.
Watch a short video about Peter’s journey
Brain-Fuel Depletion co-author Peter Symons has overcome his fair share of life’s challenges. Having survived multiple brain hemorrhages, cardiac arrests as well as invasive brain and heart surgeries, Peter is a survivor. However, the most powerless he ever felt was when he suffered severe anxiety and insomnia to the point of contemplating suicide.
Peter was eventually diagnosed with depression. However, upon treatment for his condition, Peter was frustrated with the medical definitions of depression and sought to better understand why he was so close to breaking point. His journey would lead him to meet Dr. Clyde Jumeaux and the Brain-Fuel Depletion model. Finally, Peter could begin to make sense of what almost killed him and has now devoted his life to helping others understand.
For those searching for comprehensive books on depression, ‘Brain-Fuel Depletion’ provides a unique blend of personal experiences and scientific exploration
The book Brain-Fuel Depletion recounts one survivor’s journey through anxiety, insomnia and suicidal ideation whilst providing a simple, intuitive model to some of life’s most challenging and complex questions.
Read more about the Brain-Fuel Depletion Model.