New Delhi : According to a medical report, women and adolescents of all ages with anxiety and depression are more likely to develop some chronic diseases. The findings are based on data collected and analyzed by 40,360 people in the United States.
They were studied in three groups of 20, 40 and 60 years. It found that women over the age of 20 were 61 percent more likely to develop chronic illness than those with anxiety and depression. In women over 60 years of age, the risk is relatively low. Adolescents in their 20s with depression due to anxiety have a 72% increased risk of developing chronic diseases. However, the risk of developing the disease was found to be only 8% in anxious men in their 60s. While agreeing with the findings of this study, medical experts also say that those with a mental disorder take longer to recover from their physical illness. After treating the mental disorders of such people, their other physical ailments are cured. In contrast, people with chronic illnesses are at higher risk of developing mental illness. Because chronic chronic diseases can have a detrimental effect on your daily life. There are limits to movement. Impairs quality of life. It affects work, relationships. Since the treatment of cancer patients is common, serious, and has other side effects, the mental balance of the patient is likely to be disturbed. There is also the risk of loneliness due to stress. Mental trauma due to chronic and chronic illnesses can also be life-threatening. Although the negativity and depression that arise during this period are natural, they need proper management.