You might start to feel irritable, agitated, hostile, and intolerant. Individuals who are depressed are extremely vigilant about anything that could exacerbate their weaknesses. Rejection or criticism, whether explicit or implied, is not well received and only serves to amplify feelings of hopelessness and unworthiness.
Depression frequently manifests as physical symptoms; in fact, aches and pains are frequently the first signs of depression. Chronic joint pain, limb pain, back pain, gastrointestinal issues, fatigue, sleep disturbances, changes in psychomotor activity, and changes in appetite are some of these symptoms.
An independent risk factor for heart health issues could be depression. Depression and other mental health issues can impact heart health in a number of ways, including by raising heart rate and blood pressure. A person’s motivation to uphold healthy habits can also be diminished by depression.
It’s time to put a stop to all this, and take back control of your life.
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