Depression is more than a rough patch. It’s a serious mental illness that requires attention. An estimated 16 million Americans have depression
- Odds are, you’re no stranger to stress. It’s a basic part of life and a natural reaction to danger, challenges, and nerves. While some stress is to be expected, the longer stress lasts, the more dangerous it can be for both the mind and body. Chronic stress can weaken the immune system, increase risk for hypertension and heart attack, trigger headaches or insomnia, worsen depression and anxiety, and play a role in addiction behaviors.
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