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When your mental health and physical health are in good places, you surely have nothing holding you back. Both of them are absolutely predominant for our survival. Mental health is our mind and the overall well-being of an individual. Whereas physical health is our body, the optimal health and it’s functioning. 

There are many possible chances of mental health affecting the physical health and vice versa. How are they connected is clearly an unanswered question overage, but they do show their outbursts and complications on each other. 

The customary connection between mental and physical health:

When it’s all low, some skip meals, some overthink, some lose their senses, some hurt themselves all these are destined to make a physical effect. When you are physiologically hurt, you are worried, you feel bad about yourselves and this can easily make its way to depression and stress. 

The interlinks between mental and physical health:

Schizophrenia and Physical Troubles:

Schizophrenia is a chronic mental disorder that instills hallucinations, delusions, and extremely disordered thinking. It also impairs our daily functioning. It is believed that schizophrenia makes way to many physical illnesses including diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular problems, and smoking-related lung problems. 

Depression and Immune System:

Well! Depression is a go-to place for almost everyone these days. It is often found, it intrudes into our lives without an invitation, and it creates suffering. Research says that depression and stress trigger an immune response within the brain itself. Depression also suppresses T cell responses. This inflammatory response can be the cause of depression. 

Anxiety, Aggression, and Heart Health:

Anxiety is characterized by fear and worries about particular things, people, or situations. When there is rapid anxiety or intense anger outburst, the heart is more likely to get affected. High blood pressure is also another problem rising from anxiety and aggression.

In this way, physical health and mental health are closely entwined. 

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