People are increasingly aware of the emotional and mental symptoms, but there are a whole host of unexpected physical symptoms that are associated with depression too, and often people don’t make the link. This strange feeling can be caused by stress or shallow breathing, so is often associated with depression linked to anxiety. Stress and depression can cause hormonal imbalances that can lead to hair loss.
Life without stress and anxiety is simply unrealistic. To handle the overwhelm, we’re often told to simply change our mindset. This sounds great, but what does that even mean?
If you suffer from depression or anxiety, your workout can play a key role in managing your symptoms, thanks to the powerful link between your physical and mental health.
January is all about resolutions, which, for many, means workout binges and failed attempts at dieting. But, if your 2016 goal is to slim down, there may be another way. “I’ve worked with many clients who can afford personal training, even a personal chef or tailored meal delivery services designed for weight loss, and yet despite these resources they wind up sabotaging themselves through emotional eating,” Cynthia Sass, a nutritionist and registered dietitian tells Yahoo Health. Instead of beating yourself up, try one of these nine alternative ways to get your weight loss plan back on track.