Depression and Stress.




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 Causes of Depression II Anger and Depression II Depression and Alcohol II Stress and Depression

Stress and Depression.

Itís normal to experience depression and itís normal to experience stress, but the two become a lethal combination when left untreated for a length of time. Your body has stress hormones for a reason: to warn you to respond and guard your body in case of emergencies or attack. However, the human body was not intended to handle stress over long periods of time. Too much stress leads to depression or even suicide.

Some of the symptoms of depression that are the result of stress include crying spells, fatigue, imagined and actual pain, sleeping disturbances, panic attacks and nightmares. Experts say stress hormones that remain switched on can destroy and slow the growth of nerve fibers in hippocampus, which is linked to emotions that cause depression as well as memory.

Some people experience depression because they donít feel successful handling the job responsibilities they associate with feeling extreme stress. They might say they feel too much stress, surrendering to depression and what they view as inevitable failure.

Itís important for a person experiencing depression related to stress to learn to adapt to situations. People who are flexible and have a ďgo with the flowĒ approach to life are much less likely to feel stress and depression. These people simply do not let situations or people stress them out.

Climbing the career or social ladder may cause stress and lead to depression in our fast-paced, materialistic society. Take time to set goals, evaluate your life dreams but be realistic so you donít feel too much stress or depression if your timetable is not met.

Depression and stress affect both men and women and people of all ages. Ongoing stress may create feelings of depression in a child who may adopt a melancholic personality for life. Traumatic life events may cause stress and depression so itís important to prepare ahead of time by forming a support network of friends and family. Some of the major life events associated with stress and depression include death, divorce, relocation, midlife crisis, money problems, and the challenge of dealing with a sick child or spouse, pain and suicide in the family.

People who feel stress about being laid off from their jobs or are under stress because they canít find a job after graduating from college often suffer with stress-induced depression.

Stress and depression affects both men and women. Still, women often deal with the stress of physical, sexual, verbal and emotional abuse, which is associated with depression. They are also more likely to feel stress from trying to do it all, taking care of family, home and career.

Stress induced depression often manifests itself with decreased energy, appetite, a desire to sleep more than 10 hours, crying binges, loss of interest in sex or recreational activities and thoughts of suicide. If you are experiencing symptoms of depression such as these related to stress, seek professional help.

Although over100 neurochemicals are found in the human brain, four neurotransmitters - norepinephrine, serotonin, dopamine, and acetycholine - receive the bulk of research the focus. Of these four high-profile neurotransmitters, serotonin has the most widespread effect on the brain. Serotonin is often referred to as the body's natural mood-altering drug and changes in serotonin levels can quickly alter mood. If serotonin levels drop to low levels, depression is almost sure to follow. Some antidepressant medications work specifically to affect the action of serotonin. Deprex, a natural antidepressant, naturally works to stimulant serotonin levels without the side effects commonly associated with antidepressants.

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