I have severe anxiety problems which cripple me. I feel trouble in concentrating on my studies and other daily activities. I have PCOS and suffering from depression. I am an introvert, and my body is swaying all the time. A feeling of constant motion present like a boat ride. What can I do to live a better and happy life? How do I get rid of the anxiety?
Last time when I had anxiety and depression, I lost 15 kg weight. Also, my hemoglobin and other vitamins levels were reduced. I am currently under Shelcal 20 and Autrin. In the past, I was on Venla 25 g.
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You should work on your weight loss. It will help you with both your PCOS and depression. Do the daily exercise for 30 to 45 minutes. Do meditation for 20 minutes daily.
Avoid junk foods, eat healthy joint cooked foods. Take enough 6 to 7 hours of sleep. Spend quality time with family and friends. Spend time for creative hobbies like read good books, write journals, do paintings, etc. Live your life, do not just spend. Take a cold shower in the morning and drink enough plenty of water.
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