Prevention Of Depression

In its major 1994 report, Reducing Risks for Mental Disorders, the Institute of Medicine put forward a framework for mental health interventions that has three major levels: prevention, treatment, and maintenance. The most commonly known level of intervention is the treatment of acute cases of mental disorders. The Institute of Medicine also wanted to highlight the need for interventions that occur before the onset of the disorder, namely, preventive interventions, and interventions that occur after an acute episode has ended, that is, ''maintenance'' interventions intended to reduce relapse or recurrence or to help the individual regain the highest possible level of functioning. Each of these three levels is divided into the following subcategories.

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Unraveling Alzheimers Disease

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