Sault Sainte Marie, MI (PRWEB) April 3, 2007
Depression? Panic attacks? Chronic anxiety? Many who suffer from one or more of these conditions might not even recognize them or the tell-tale signs that accompany them for what they are - most simply chalking it up to general unhappiness, unease and nervousness. A person owes it to them self to give it some thought, if not a visit to a medical practitioner, before writing off what they're experiencing as nothing.
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Clinical depression alone affects about 16% of the population at some point in their lives at the very least, if not far more frequently, and in some countries it's even so common as to affect one out of every four women and one out of every eight men.
Clinical depression is currently the leading cause of disability in North America, and other countries as well, according to the World Health Organziation, and is expected to become the second leading cause of disability worldwide by the year 2020. Those who suffer are not alone, and they're not beyond help either.
Many suffer from such conditions, but with access to the right information, perhaps they don't have to. A solution needn't be out reach. Anyone can regain (or even achieve for the very first time) the quality of living that they may have been wishing for - they too can overcome depression, chronic anxiety and panic attacks.
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