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Chronic Stress Leads to Anxiety and Depression

@inproceedings{Khan2017ChronicSL,
  title={Chronic Stress Leads to Anxiety and Depression},
  author={Sarah Khan and R. A. Khan},
  year={2017}
}
Studies have found a link between chronic stress and anxiety disorders as well as major depressive disorder. This article reviews literature based on that keeping in view the physiology of stress and its consequences on psychological well-being of a person. If untreated, stress however downplayed at times, could be hazardous. INTRODUCTION The word stress implies an experience of negative emotions that comes in the wake of anticipated physiological, biochemical, cognitive and behavioral changes… Expand
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