Imbalance of neurotransmitters triggers depressive and anxious symptoms.

Chronic stress disrupts brain chemistry, leading to mental health issues.

Stress-induced hormonal changes contribute to depression and anxiety.

Negative thinking patterns amplify stress, fostering depressive and anxious thoughts.

Prolonged stress impairs sleep, worsening depressive and anxious symptoms.

Overactive stress response system heightens vulnerability to mood disorders.

Stress-induced social isolation fuels depression and intensifies anxiety.

Unhealthy coping mechanisms exacerbate stress, perpetuating depression and anxiety.

Chronic stress diminishes resilience, making individuals more prone to mood disorders.

Interference with reward systems contributes to decreased motivation and pleasure.

Chronic stress hinders problem-solving abilities, exacerbating depressive and anxious feelings.