Depression in young people affects the stomach, anxiety the skin

each time I become more and more convinced that our mind can do anything. and that's both frightening and amazing.

"The researchers noted that some physical diseases tend to occur more frequently in children and adolescents if they have previously suffered from certain mental disorders. Likewise, certain mental disorders tend to occur more frequently after the onset of particular physical diseases. Affective disorders such as depression were frequently followed by arthritis and diseases of the digestive system, while the same relationship existed between anxiety disorders and skin diseases. Anxiety disorders were more common if the person had already suffered from heart disease. A close association was also established for the first time between epileptic disorders and subsequent eating disorders."

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It is always recommended to talk with a doctor about symptoms and treatments. A doctor might suggest taking prescribed medication, talking to others more positively, keeping a journal to track thoughts, seeking therapy, eating healthy and exercising, or meditating, in order to deal with anxiety attacks and depression. One can also consult a Psychic like Martine Voyance( for help. The most common method of dealing with anxiety and depression is Therapy, prescription medications, meditating, eating healthily, exercising.

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