Compare And Contrast Stress And Depression

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Register to read the introduction… These chemicals produce more energy and strength, which can be a good thing if your stress is caused by a form of physical danger, but, this can also be a bad thing and now stress becomes similar to depression, if your stress is in response to something emotional and there is no outlet for this extra energy and strength. Even though stress and depression share similarities such as being brought on by external stimuli in our lives such as failing or taking an examination, difficulty meeting deadlines or worrying about loved ones or internal stimuli from for example one’s own over active imagination, irrational thinking, desire to be an overachiever or low self esteem. Depression is so much more because stress is a part of our daily lives, it is anything that poses a challenge or upsets our normal balance in life, whether it is getting stuck in traffic or running late for an appointment. Even positive events can be stressful, for instance getting married or beginning a new job, it is merely the feeling you have when your body's way of reacting to any kind of a stressor. While depression is a chronic condition that can have various clinical factors associated with it for example a chemical imbalance in the brain or a genetic predisposition and usually stems from some form of sad, tragic or negative experience that occurred in

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