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Mental health is a big issue adolescent people struggle with from day to day. It has become quite normal to have faced it, and it is getting worse, so I’d love to spread awareness and shine a light on this issue and make sure people understand and support those people in a bad area in their life no matter how old or young.
So, what do you think when you hear the word Depression? You might think of someone who’s sad all the time, or someone who isn’t well kept. That may true, however, depression isn’t noticeable at first, it’s also different for everyone. But what are the symptoms, will you ever even you know you have it? You might not know unless you check or talk to someone or a professional about it. Symptoms are Apathy, Complaints of pain, such as headaches, stomachaches, low back pain or fatigue. One might even have time struggling to concentrate, difficulty making decisions, excessive guilt, loss of interest in food and stuff they used to love, memory loss, sadness, anxiety, feeling of hopelessness, and way more. However, it can be treated by going to a therapist, etc. It may take some time more than others, but it is a road of recovery you don’t have to walk alone on.
Have you ever felt anxious for no reason, feel like you are being judged even when alone, you might have anxiety? Anxiety is the most common mental illness in the world. Over 19 million Americans have it, but it is put up to whopping 40 million by The Anxiety and Depress...


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