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The difference between stress and depression

Post: #11
07-10-2012, 11:37 AM
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RE: The difference between stress and depression

Stress and depression are interrelated. Studies concluded people who are depressed are more likely to be stress. People who have a relaxed disposition are generally happier. The symptoms of both depression and stress are interconnected as well.



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Post: #12
07-13-2012, 06:55 AM
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RE: The difference between stress and depression

Well i have seen many patients in my life suffering from the disease depression ..
In fact my own uncle is suffering from this disease and we have admitted him to the aged care center where he is having a proper treatment and i must say that in the early stages of this disease ever patient tells different symptoms and the main symptom of this disease is that the patient feels restless and in the early days his sleep nearly went on strike and he cant sleep and i have seen some patients who become aggressive after a certain period of time and i do really recommend such kind of patients to be admitted in some sort of nursing home or aged care center where they have a proper treatment....



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Post: #13
07-20-2012, 10:26 PM
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Well for me the determining factor was seeing the stress in my life as permanent instead of situational. Furthermore, before I was severely depressed, I was able to tell myself that the level of stress I was feeling was going to pass. Because the job, situation or event was going to pass and I would be able to feel calm again afterward. However, as my depression worsened I started to feel like the way I was feeling and the stress was never going to go away and it would just be a lifelong struggle. So I started feeling very hopeless and unable to cope in general.



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Post: #14
07-27-2012, 03:04 AM
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I can see how the two can be confused. They are both paralyzing, but they are definitely different demons. I feel like I am not breathing and it's a different sensation when I am stressed out. When I am depressed I am just shutting down and I don't want to leave my room.



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Post: #15
08-06-2012, 11:42 AM
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Stress and depression are interrconnected - most people with depression experience problems with anxiety as well. Studies have shown that elaxed people are happier than stressed people. Being proactive and prioritizing reducing stress will have a positive effect on your depression.



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Post: #16
10-08-2012, 05:02 AM
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Whenever I have a depression episode I tend to become stressful because I don't like being depressed and can't figure out exactly why I'm depressed, so that causes stress for me.



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Post: #17
12-21-2012, 03:08 AM
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RE: The difference between stress and depression

A doctor who works with people who have depression, stated on CNN, that his patients were doing very well by taking Omega-3 Fish Oil capsules. It helps them a lot.



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Post: #18
03-07-2013, 12:45 AM
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RE: The difference between stress and depression

As has been said stress tends to affect one physically, depression is a mental agony. One doctor on CNN some time ago, was treating his patients with Omega -3 Fish Oil capsules and getting very good results.



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