Anxiety Depression is custom made for people on the go.
Many people who have to use serious brain power in their occupations (or are just deep thinkers!) exhaust not just their physical strength, NHS Heroes but stretch their (non-renewable) brain cells to the point where they’re screaming for a break…
If you are “one of those” always-on-the-go people (know anyone like that?) who just can’t take the time to even think about the idea of relaxing, and taking some time off…then you’re likely to start having nervous breakdowns, “anxiety depression” and all kinds of mental issues.
At which point, what little sanity you had left (within those diminishing brain cells), will pack it up and leave you to fend for yourself.
People who get easily rattled during difficult situations are more prone to having anxiety depression, which can look like erratic behavior to their family and friends. Working through it requires getting tough and looking at these issues straight in the face.
It not easyto overcome this anxiety and stress at first, but justthe decision to be calm and coolintimes of extreme pressure is what will actually save your mental health.
The good news is, (Yeah!) that if the above description fits you well; if you are one of the many these days, who just can’t relax and de-stress, there are actually available cures and treatments.
If you want to deal with this effectively, you start with being honest with yourself, assess what kind of depression or mental issues you actually have, go to reputable mental health specialist to get a correct diagnosis, and start on the right kind of treatment.
Your practitioner may speak to you about various types of depression, such as:
Generalized Anxiety Disorder: This covers a lot of different symptoms, from lack of sleep, to being unable to relax, getting tired easily, not being able to concentrate on what you’re doing and even feeling depressed.
Manic or Bipolar depression:Sudden and extreme changes in one’s mood where one minute a person is euphoric and the next minute, day or week they feel like they’re digging themselves deeper and deeper into an endless hole.
Postpartum depression: A prolonged sadness and a feeling of emptiness by a new moms, usually, (although repeat-moms are not exempt).
Physical and emotional stress during pregnancy or child-birth, lack of rest, and feeling unsure about the added responsibility of the newborn, are some of the factors that may influence the onset of this type of depression.
Seasonal Affective Disorder: Feeling down, without energy only during specific seasons (studies prove that this is more prevalent in the fall and winter seasons).
Mood swings: moods may shift from happy to sad to angry in just a short time.
Keep in mind that “anxiety depression” is actually an illness, and at the root of it may be your biological makeup, in other words, heredity.
Don’t put up with these symptoms needlessly…YOU and your loved ones deserve your best self…