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A Nervous breakdown is a general term for various mental health symptoms, which may include, anxiety, depression, low self esteem, loss of interest, loss of energy, for more info about a nervous breakdown / mental breakdown goto
By: Billy fitz
Aug. 3, 2009 - PRLog -- What does it mean to have a nervous breakdown?
from Daniel K. Hall-Flavin, M.D.
The term "nervous breakdown" is sometimes used to describe a state in which a person is so severely and persistently distraught that he or she is unable to function at a normal level. Nervous breakdown isn't a medical term, however, nor does it indicate a specific mental illness.

Often, a nervous breakdown indicates depression. Signs and symptoms of depression may include:

■Loss of interest in normal daily activities
■Agitation or restlessness
■Persistent crying
■Appetite changes
■Sleep disturbances
■Trouble concentrating and making decisions
If you're concerned that you're experiencing a nervous breakdown, seek medical attention. If you have a primary care doctor, talk to him or her about your signs and symptoms — or seek help from a mental health provider.

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