Anxiety And Depression Are Linked
Anxiety is often a cause or a trigger of depression. Research indicates women who have generalized anxiety disorder are at an increased risk of developing depression. People with chronic depression often develop symptoms of anxiety as a result of the mental exhaustion of depression. The same is true for sufferers of chronic anxiety. For example, people who struggle with Social Anxiety Disorder often develop depressive symptoms as a result of lifestyle choices made to accommodate the symptoms of Social Anxiety Disorder, such as avoiding others and public places.
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