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Overcome Situational Depression

How to Overcome Situational Depression

Situational depression, also known as adjustment disorder, is depression caused by your response to stress or loss. When a situation is particularly difficult to cope with, you can develop stress related responses: e.g. racing thoughts, insomnia, anxiety, etc. If you can adapt to the new situation, or adapt the situation to cause us less stress, …

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How Do You Deal With Anxiety and Depression?

You Learn How to Deal Effectively With Stress Yes it’s actually that simple. Learn how to deal with stress effectively and you won’t have to deal with anxiety and depression. But what if you’re already anxious and depressed? It’s not too late! Learning how to deal with stress will hugely improve your depression and anxiety. …

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NATURAL STRESS RELIEF – 7 Top Tips

Learning natural stress relief techniques is not difficult because stress is not necessarily a bad thing. We all need some stress in our lives but what we don’t want are the nasty physical symptoms caused by too much stress. This is when stress becomes distress and can have very unpleasant outcomes such as heart disease, …

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Ways to Deal With Stress

Look for the Needs that you aren’t Meeting Successfully There are many ways to deal with stress but most of them just deal with symptoms. Few strategies will help you deal with the underlying causes of your stress. When you are asked why you are stressed out and anxious you can probably come up with …

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Symptoms of Stress and Anxiety

The physiological symptoms effects of stress and anxiety can be scary, especially if we don’t understand what’s happening to our body. By understanding what’s happening in our body when we’re stressed or anxious, and where it comes from, the effects  are much less distressing. We realise that the physiological effects are perfectly normal and developed …

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How to Relieve Stress and Anxiety

Not all stress is bad in fact, we all need some stress in our lives. Too much stress however, is very unpleasant and can cause nasty physical symptoms. This is distress, and if it isn’t addressed, these physical symptoms get worse and can undermine our overall health. Physical symptoms can include things like muscle pain, …