Depression is a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest. Also called major depression, major depressive disorder or clinical depression, it affects how you feel, think and behave and can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems. You may have trouble doing normal day-to-day activities, and depression may make you feel as if life isn’t worth living.
More than just a bout of the blues, depression isn’t a weakness, nor is it something that you can simply “snap out” of. Depression may require long-term treatment. But don’t get discouraged. Most people with depression feel better with medication, psychological counseling or both. Our treatments also may help to improve your quality of life. The combine herbs is also used to treat generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
The symptoms of anxiety typically persist for several months and can affect a person’s daily life.
Anxiety symptoms may include:
Excessive worry and difficulty controlling it.
The symptoms of depression can also persist for several months. There are several key differences, however.
Depression symptoms may include:
Feelings of guilt or worthlessness.
Feelings of sadness and hopelessness.
Loss of interest in activities a person once enjoyed.
Low energy levels.
Suicidal thoughts or thoughts of self-harm.
Anxiety Disorder Symptoms:
The main symptom of anxiety disorders is excessive fear or worry. Anxiety disorders can also make it hard to breathe, sleep, stay still, and concentrate. Your specific symptoms depend on the type of anxiety disorder you have.
Common symptoms are:
Panic, fear, and uneasiness.
Feelings of panic, doom, or danger.
Not being able to stay calm and still.
Cold, sweaty, numb, or tingling hands or feet.
Shortness of breath.
Breathing faster and more quickly than normal (hyperventilation).
Thinking about a problem over and over again and unable to stop (rumination).
Inability to concentrate.
Intensely or obsessively avoiding feared objects or places.
Stress can be a reaction to a short-lived situation, such as being stuck in traffic. Or it can last a long time if you’re dealing with relationship problems, a spouse’s death or other serious situations. Stress becomes dangerous when it interferes with your ability to live a normal life over an extended period. You may feel tired, unable to concentrate or irritable. Stress can also damage your physical health.
39 common signs and symptoms of stress:
1. Frequent headaches, jaw clenching or pain.
2. Gritting, grinding teeth.
3. Stuttering or stammering.
4. Tremors, trembling of lips, hands.
5. Neck ache, back pain, muscle spasms.
6. Light headedness, faintness, dizziness.
7. Ringing, buzzing or “popping sounds8. Frequent blushing, sweating.
9. Cold or sweaty hands, feet.
10. Dry mouth, problems swallowing.
11. Frequent colds, infections, herpes sores.
12. Rashes, itching, hives, “goose bumps”.
13. Unexplained or frequent “allergy” attacks.
14. Heartburn, stomach pain, nausea.
15. Excess belching, flatulence.
16. Constipation, diarrhea, loss of control.
17. Difficulty breathing, frequent sighing.
18. Sudden attacks of life threatening panic.
19. Chest pain, palpitations, rapid pulse.
20. Frequent urination.
21. Diminished sexual desire or performance.
22. Excess anxiety, worry, guilt, nervousness.
23. Increased anger, frustration, hostility.
24. Depression, frequent or wild mood swings.
25. Increased or decreased appetite.
26. Insomnia, nightmares, disturbing dreams.
27. Difficulty concentrating, racing thoughts.
28. Trouble learning new information.
29. Forgetfulness, disorganization, confusion.
30. Difficulty in making decisions.
31. Feeling overloaded or overwhelmed.
32. Frequent crying spells or suicidal thoughts.
33. Feelings of loneliness or worthlessness.
34. Little interest in appearance, punctuality.
35. Nervous habits, fidgeting, feet tapping.
36. Increased frustration, irritability, edginess.
37. Overreaction to petty annoyances.
38. Increased number of minor accidents.
39. Obsessive or compulsive behavior.
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