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My wife now suffering many problem in health. Doctor say nothing physically problem but mental issue. He ask me to see her for psychiatrist to understand issue. I read Internet pe about mental and she is under stress or depression or anxiety. What difference between three?
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Anxiety and depression can affect a person together. Both are serious but treatable conditions. Anxiety is characterized by sudden panic or anxiety attacks without a clear trigger and persistent feelings of anxiousness or worry. They may even experience panic or fear in some situations. Anxiety is a matter of trying to control the uncontrollables. In depression, however, the effects are more widespread, affecting the way a person thinks, feels, behaves, and functions. They experience sadness, hopelessness, insomnia, low energy level, anger and a feeling of being overwhelmed. Stress, on the other hand, is a response to everyday pressures and causes chest pain, headaches, high blood pressure, and loss of sleep.

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