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Anxiety

Anxiety is our body and mind's natural reaction to threat or danger. If you experience severe symptoms over time, you might have an anxiety disorder.

We all experience anxiety from time to time; it is often a normal response to stressful situations.

When you are in a challenging situation, your body releases hormones, such as adrenaline, which cause physical reactions in your body. This is known as the ‘fight or flight response’; it is your body’s way of ensuring we are alert and can respond to danger.

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Depression

Being unhappy isn’t the same as being depressed. Depression is a term often used loosely to describe how we feel after a bad week at work or when we’re going through a breakup. But major depressive disorder — a type of depression — is much more complicated. There are specific symptoms that determine whether it’s depression or the sadness we all sometimes experience in life.

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Eating Disorder

All eating disorders have something in common. The way it manifests and bulimics of courses is also let's said it's an individual trend with eating disorders all of it is about Boundary Violation.

Basically, it is relentless intrusion so it means that the person who has developed an eating disorder grew up in an atmosphere where they had no say over what happened with them their preferences, their sense of self. Actually question the ideas that the person has that are so set about what is right and what is wrong.

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Addiction

Definition of addiction is a chronic brain disease that manifests itself as a dependency on a substance or behavior.

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