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I believe this article address a very crucial situation that generation is experiencing – Stress & Depression. But perhaps a point that can be added is around identifying the triggers for stress, the effects of stress and depression and the differentiation between stress and depression so that each of the two can be address and dealt with appropriately. I believe that a right diagnosis is critical in treating a problem, where identification of the problem against the symptom is the key in doing so. In today’s world, stress and depression are rather loosely used interchangeably which has somehow merged the two to mean a similar condition. This perhaps may be the biggest problem in dealing with the depression. To break it up stress is a common disorder that can originate from multiple sources – internal or external. Stress, in itself, is not a bad thing – it can be a catalyst for change and progress. However, don’t get me wrong, ‘stress’ is a ‘dis-ease’ in a normal human system arising due to physical or emotional pressure. Untreated, this can lead to serious conditions – one of it being, depression. Depression is more serious and long-lasting than stress, and requires a different kind of help. There are many possible causes of depression, including faulty mood regulation by the brain, genetic vulnerability, stressful life events, medications, and medical problems. It's believed that several of these forces interact to bring on depression. Hence, identifying the situation as stated above is important to deal with them. Stress is a common phenomenon and can be easily dealt with in a personal capacity, however, depression is far more serious and needs assistance to be treated. One of the possible solution to deal with depression has been highlighted in this article and I hope this will add value to anyone reading this blog. Thank you sir!

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