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Nervous Breakdown

13 Sep
The most common symptoms of a nervous breakdown include depressive symptoms, such as loss of hope and thoughts of suicide or self-harm, anxiety with high blood pressure, tense muscles, clammy hands, dizziness, upset stomach, trembling, insomnia, hallucinations, extreme mood swings or unexplained outbursts or panic attacks. It can also include chest pain, detachment from reality…

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