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Stress is something that none of us can avoid. It creeps into our lives and is caused by many things. Work, home, and life in general can cause us to worry and to wonder what will happen next. By letting all of the stress get to us and affect the way we live we are letting our bodies’ defenses down and making us vulnerable to depression.

Dozens of research projects have been conducted to link depression to stress in order to show people how to avoid this dangerous problem. Depression is a mental disorder that can create a spiral problems beginning in your home life and spreading out to the people that you associate yourself with. People with severe symptoms of depression will eventually lose interest in most things and will not bother to take care of themselves or their families.

It is believed that when people stress too much they are essentially killing off nerve cells and making their bodies more susceptible to being affected by depression. The only way to keep this from happening is learning how to cope with the stress.

Obviously this is something that we cannot avoid altogether – but there are dozens of methods that we can use that will help to lessen the intensity of it. The first thing you have to remember to do is pick your battles. There are some of us who let every little thing that goes wrong affect us and worry us. If something at work goes wrong take it in stride, think through the problem, and do what you can to fix it in a calm manner.

If this does not work then it is time to make an appointment at the day spa in your area. A deep massage is a great way to relax your whole body and your mind. Let the massage therapist work out all of the kinks in your muscles and help you to release your thoughts even for a few hours. Use this time to think through what is bothering you and focus on all the positives in your life.

Some people find writing down their problems great depression therapy. Keep a diary where you can vent out all of your troubles. In a way you are screaming your problems to the world – but are doing it privately. This is also good therapy for people who have trouble expressing their feelings out loud to others.

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