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Your mental health is just as important as physical health, and of course, they actually influence each other. For example, when you experience constant physical pain, your body will also send signals of discomfort to your brain, which can lead to anxiety, mood swings, stress, and depression, and your quality of life will also be adversely affected. Or when you suffer from chronic stress, your symptoms will also be physical at some point, including diarrhea, vomiting, skin irritations, and so on.

One of the most important things that you have to take into consideration when it comes to your mental and physical health is that your lifestyle choices have a great impact on your body and brain. Whether we are talking about your diet, daily routine, or the people around you, there are many common habits and things that play a huge role in affecting your overall health, and even if they seem normal and innocent to you, the truth is that they can be quite dangerous.

As you probably already know, one of the most common and serious mental disorders is depression. It is usually classified as a mood disorder and symptoms include sadness, anger, irritability, hopelessness, loss of interest, feeling tired, insomnia, and negative thoughts. There are several causes of depression, such as your family history, trauma, brain structure, other medical conditions, and your lifestyle choices.

With that said, if you want to reduce your risk of depression, here are some common habits that you should pay more attention to or even remove from your life. Read on for more info!

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  1. Mental health is probably the most neglected benefit that is not easily available to the average middle class to lower middle class citizen in this present pandemic world that America faces.. There is still a stigma attached accepting that one is in need of mental health treatment, while at the same time mental health treatment is not available to the below average person in America.
    Strangely enough a lot of people were drawn into thinking that the Trump era kind of quasi democratic cum autocratic /fascist type of government with tax cuts for the rich and vastly not much for the average middle to low income people; it defies reason, but still is in . Yes democracy is
    need of repair as is mental health care.

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