Anxiety and depression relationship

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Avatar f tn The past 16 years I`ve been taking Paxil and have been able to cope with the depression and anxiety. I can tell you that eating the right healthy foods and getting a LOT of sunlight will help. I know it sounds strange but do you eat a lot of fast food? A LOT of food we eat has a chemical called MSG in it. It has been causing a lot of problems in people. Many people are very sensitive to preservatives in food which can cause depression,anxiety, insomnia, and pain throughout your body.
Avatar f tn What have you done to treat the depression and anxiety? You need to be in treatment and if you are contemplating taking your own life and losing your will to live, this is very very serious. Do you see a psychiatrist??
393165 tn?1420764045 I joined when I was going through a lot of panic and anxiety in my life and overcame it all including the relationship problems I was having at the time, but now 6 years on, I seem to be going through the same all over again, only this time it is multiplied!! I have gone to a stage of totally isolating myself from my entire outer family, whom were no use to me anyway and when in contact only got abuse...
Avatar m tn So getting over this will be a great help to you and your relationship. You do exhibit signs of anxiety and hopefully the therapy will ease this, if not you may need an anti-anxiety medication to help you get thru this time. It's best to see a psychiatrist regarding medication as they are the most knowlegable as to what will work best for you. A therapist can teach you relaxation techniques as well which can be very beneficial.
Avatar f tn Small things just irritate me soo bad when my depression and anxiety get bad and I will start fights with Jaison over something stupid. I also feel tired and achey when it gets bad and will really not do much at all but lay around. THat upsets him because I just lay around like a lazy leach. He just tries to stay calm and deal with me. He knows it's hard on me.
Avatar f tn Postpartum Depression and Relationship problems? by Ladytrix Leave a Note Send Message Add as Friend Ladytrix Member since Mar 2009 , less than a minute ago My son is a month old now and me and my spouse are having major relationship problems, we are depressed and ready to give up on us.
Avatar f tn I struggled really bad when I was pregnant. There were a few times I had full blown sobbing panic attacks and I was convinced I was going to go into labor early and kill my baby. My daughter is now 17 months old and perfect. To be completely honest, I was in a very bad relationship and in a very bad situation. I didn't begin to feel better until I left my ex when our daughter was 5 months old. I don't know your situation but think about your life.
6531549 tn?1382156890 My moms side of the family and my dads have struggled with severe anxiety and depression and it led to my dads addiction to alcohol, so I've come to believe that it's genetic.
Avatar n tn Hi. I dated a guy for 2 years who had anxiety and depression (I thought he had a pretty severe case). The problem with our relationship was that the guy did not "explain" what he was experiencing (he prefered not to get into that) and expected me to understand what he was going through. Just b/c you have anxiety/depression doesn't mean you shouldn't be dating...
Avatar n tn I've been dealing with anxiety and depression since i was about 16 years old. There is an extremely strong family history, so I'm pretty confident that most of it is biological, although there are probably some underlying stressors. Last year I was on 5 mg of lexapro and 15mg of remeron for sleeping and eating. When I got home for the summer my doc recommended that I try getting off the lexapro.
Avatar f tn She tends to ease My anxiety and depression. But husband is my rock and helps so much, never makes me feel bad for the way I feel and always helps and comforts me. Hope you ladies can find the same or a way to help cope with this awful feeling.
Avatar f tn Does she have a good working relationship with them? For me, the most important step I took in getting through my anxiety and depression was finding a good therapist. For me, it was a psychologist that took the time to talk to me and listen to my problems. Getting to the root cause of our depression and anxiety can open doors into confronting them in my opinion.
Avatar n tn 30 it's the worst. Around 6pm I crash and it's depression but I feel more clearheaded. Has anyone had an experience with this? I'm at wits end with everything and trying anything I can to feel better from exercise, therapy and eating healthy. Let me know. Thanks.
Avatar f tn Fluctuating hormone levels, body changes, and a change to your life in general can lead to feelings of depression and anxiety. Often women report feeling better during the second trimester. Make sure that you are getting enough rest. This is important for both you and the baby. Your body is going through so many changes, you need more rest than before you were pregnant. Continue to communicate with your fiance.
Avatar f tn I was also very young like your daugher when my first symptoms of Severe Uni-polar Depression and Anxiety manifested, and head pressure (deep inside my head) dizziness and nausia were some of my most profound initial symptoms. I had also been convinced that I was sick or that I was suffering some undiagnosed physical condition. Unfortunatly after months of just about every test known to man, I was found to be physically healthy.
Avatar m tn Anxiety and Depression Chronic gut disorders are associated with higher rates of anxiety and depression. A well-publicized study in mice suggested a possible role for probiotics in reducing anxiety associated with gut inflammation (Bercik, Neurogatroenterol Motil 2011). Mice in the study had a chemically-induced inflammation of their gut and exhibited anxiety-like behavior. Giving 1 billion cells of Bifidobacterium longum NCC3001 for 1 week normalized their behavior.
8264857 tn?1402102733 I understand. I'm 10wks. I don't have ptsd but I have anxiety and depression due to loss of family members. I totally think you are doing the right thing. Counseling and medication is what you need to be stable your baby. Just let the others talk. They don't matter only you and your Lil one do.
Avatar m tn There is situational depression and then there is clinical depression. I think depression under these circumstances would be normal but dont let it swallow you up and consume you. At least he came clean and you have been together for awhile since then, so would it have been better to have had him lie to you? I think you need to think on this and put it in perspective. As long as that one time was it and you feel like you have had a good relationship since then?
Avatar f tn Hey, I suffer with depression and anxiety disorder and I expected to be considered a 'high risk'. It is absolutely not the case. And you're not more likely to suffer with any other pregnancy related depression simply because you have a depressive disorder. Things aren't as black and white as that. I am 34 weeks and yes I've been emotional but your hormones are all over the shop during pregnancy and there are so many changes it's totally natural.
Avatar f tn I cry like everyday for reasons i cant explain. It is ruining my relationship with my boyfriend, he doesn't know what is wrong with me and worries a lot. I think that if i don't do something soon then he will get sick of me I get so mad at every little thing that he does too. He doesn't call when he suppose to - i flip. I feel really needy, and its as if i cant control it. I dont want to feel this way ? He goes out somewhere with any girl i like start crying and it ruins my whole day.
Avatar f tn depression and most disorders are life long never ending battles But if we work hard and want change they can be managed well im bipolar manic depression anxiety long list 6 years of meds and counseling and doing my part my hard work my depression is a week or so bump not a pit unless to much piles on me even then if i follow what i learned i can pull myself out i am better more happy and peaceful but the fight and battle like said never ends but im sorry i feel lack of commitment being s
Avatar f tn I have depression, anxiety problems and ptsd all in one, I haven't had any symptoms with my pregnancy and this is my 3rd pregnancy. I'm married and the only support I have is my husband and that is one of the main factors of my depression. I have insurance and they cover all but $20. There are risk factors the baby can have being on anti depression medications, they can have cleft palate and I know that for a fact as my friend just have birth and get daughter has it due to the medication.
Avatar f tn Before I became pregnant I was prescribed xanex and other depression and anxiety medications. Im halfway thru my pregnancy now so my emotions r evening out but I do have panic attacks like once aweek still...
Avatar n tn I thought this all was because of the pills, but I left them I was feeling great and now it's all back again, I feel so anxious, Im only 19 in a stable and happy relationship, wishing to get preg . and married and everything a girl dreams with...and I know is not the right time now but then feel anxious about it to the point of getting sad crying and it affects me in my everyday life and my loved one. it affects my worklife, my daily life. what's my next step? you take this to a doc...
Avatar f tn You are having classic symptoms of both depression and anxiety disorders. You are not unique as myself and others here can definitely relate to the stress, hopelessness, pain and frustration. You mentioned that you were seeking counseling. Is this with a psych specialist? Have you been given a formal diagnosis? There is help available through therapy and/or medication. You don't have to, nor were you meant to live this way.
Avatar f tn I went on anti-depressants for the first time last December. I was having bad anxiety/depression problems and just could not seem to pull myself out of it. Anti-depressants broke the cycle and kind of helped my mind hit the reset button. I've quit taking them now and feel really good mentally (having some physical withdrawal symptoms though), but if I ever need meds again, I'll take them. I've never lost a child, but about 5 years ago my 18 year old nephew was murdered by a friend.