Updated: Mar 16
By Claire The Millennial Londoner
Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional. This blog is purely for informational purposes compiled from personal experience and reputable sources. If you require any health advice please speak to a medical specialist. This blog also contains affiliate links that allow me to earn a commission at no extra cost to you.
Anyone that has these disorders knows how debilitating they can be, especially if you don't have the money for weekly therapy sessions, it can make you feel lost and hopeless. Luckily there are plenty of books and resources online that are much cheaper. I personally love using Audible because I can multitask whilst listening to the books and find it helps to coach me through anxiety attacks.
Anxiety and depression are two of the most common mental health disorders people suffer from worldwide. According to Our World In Data, anxiety disorders are the number 1 most common mental health disorder with a whopping 284 million cases. Depression comes in as the second most common mental disorder with a staggering 264 million cases worldwide. So having the right tools to manage them is vital because most people will either have these disorders or know someone who does.
Anxiety and depression tend to go hand in hand so if you suffer from depression you will most likely have anxiety symptoms and vice versa. According to Bupa, there is a strong connection between anxiety and depression so much so that having comorbidity of the two is more common than having regular depression. You can read th