Have you heard about stress resilience? Do you know what is stress resilience and how to manage stress?
What Is Depression And Stress Resilience?
In the present busy world, many people have stress or depression problem. Some people identify this problem. Others do not identify this as a mental health problem. They either ignore or take self-medication for physical symptoms caused due to stress or depression. Never ignore any type of mental health problem. Consult the doctor and take proper treatment.
The symptoms of depression vary widely. Two given people with a diagnosis of depression may have completely non-overlapping symptoms.
Find more about symptoms and risk factors of stress and depression.
Infographic – Depression And Stress Resilience
- What is depression?
- Risk factors for depression.
- Symptoms of depression.
- Treatment for depression.
- What is Resilience?
3 Ways To Be Stress-Free – Stress Resilience
This is a motivational talk by Sandeep Maheshwari. He explains about the 3 ways to be stress-free.
If you have any kind of psychological problem, consult a doctor and take proper treatment. Never ignore mental health problems. Never try self-treatment by watching videos. Today, many children are also facing depression. If you find any unusual behaviour in your child, talk with love and affection. If needed consult a doctor. Never ignore any mental health problems. The root cause of many physical health problems is bad mental health. Identify your mental health problems and get proper treatment or counselling as needed.
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