These days, it feels like seemingly everyone has anxiety, or else some other kind of mental health problem. Evolving technology, increased connectivity and the ever-rising consumption of materials, media, and information have meant that the pressure to perform continues to rise.
These high-stress environments can manifest in many different ways in different people. When some people get very stressed, they might feel that they just need to buckle down and get their work done, while others might just need to take a short break, clear their head, or do some other activity that calms and rejuvenates them. But for some, daily stress and anxiety can manifest into something much larger, sometimes evolving into depression and social phobias. Read more