Stress and Anxiety

Stress: Stress is a physiological and psychological response to external pressures or demands. It can result from situations that require adaptation, change, or the allocation of resources to cope effectively. Stress can be triggered by both positive events (e.g., a new job, moving to a new place) and negative events (e.g., work deadlines, financial difficulties).

Anxiety: Anxiety, on the other hand, is a more generalized feeling of unease or apprehension. It often arises in response to vague or uncertain situations, and it can persist even when there is no immediate threat present. Anxiety can be a normal response to stress, but when it becomes excessive, persistent, and interferes with daily life, it can be classified as an anxiety disorder.

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