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What could be effect of anxiety depression in a long run ?

What could be effect of anxiety depression in a long run?? Hi! I am a girl of age 20. At times when I take a lot of worry and stress I start feeling sick with headache , chills, and hopelessness. I try a lot to divert my mind to remain stress-free and I get about 50% success in it. Just one question bothers me- Can this stress lead to other problems in future (say- 15-20 years)? Can you suggest me some ways to reduce this??
Asked On : Tue, 10 May 2011
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
welcome to health care magic
it will lead to further complications
You are not alone with this.In today`s fast era this has become common.Any way,please do following.Try to take single task at a time,avoid multiple tasking,prepare to do list,plan your day,avoid too much of caffeine.Take proper and adequate sleep.Avoid watching T.V. at night before going to bad as if affects your sleep.Keep your stomach partial full all the time.Have couple of snacks healthy one in between large meals.You can try Yoga and meditation also.bye.

Answered: Sat, 14 May 2011
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Naturopathy & Yoga Specialist Dr. Sneha's  Response
Dear ...
Anxiety and stress are shown to directly bring your health down. There is a direct connection between your nervous system and other organs such as stomach, blood vessels, kidneys etc...
So whenever you get stressed your organ functions will shoot up eg.. your stomack will produce more acid giving you acidity or your blood pressure might go high...
You must learn to relax yourself by practicing relaxation techniques such as Yoga Nidra and also practiice postive attitute all the time. Discuss your problems openly to find out solutions.Practice pranayama 20 mins/day

Sama Wellness Clinic

Answered: Tue, 10 May 2011
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