Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Be Able to Distinguish Between Anxiety and Depression

The problem however arises when there are numerous ways of solving the problem but the brain is not sure which one to pick and use to solve the danger at hand. This situation makes you to feel restless and make you lose your concentration abilities. When this occurs, you are then said to be anxious and most of the time, you will only return to normalcy once the danger is over. On the other hand, when a misfortune befalls you, a hormonal imbalance or a wrong state of mind may occur and this may directly translate into a change of your moods. You may appear gloomy from then hence forth, be subjected to a self-criticism condition, appear pessimistic at all times and always be seen to be sad.

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