Am I stressed or depressed?
There is a fine line between sadness and depression. It is just human to feel different emotions, including sadness. However, the World Health Organization defines depression as a common mental disorder with specific symptoms and consequences. Depression is characterized as prolonged sadness and a lack of interest in pleasure in previously rewarding activities.
On the other hand, there is a close correlation between anxiety, stress, and depression. An individual suffering from one is more susceptible to the other two.
Now that you can distinguish between sadness and depression let’s highlight some prominent stress symptoms.
Stress has some physical indicators such as:
- Exhaustion or trouble sleeping
- Chest pains and a racing heart
- Aches and pains all over your body
- Dizziness, headaches, or tremor
- High blood pressure
- Weak immune system
- Muscle tension or jaw clenching
The emotional or mental symptoms of stress also include:
- Constant anxiety
- Panic attacks
- Deep sadness
The difference between hunger and appetite
- Although it may seem like appetite and hunger are the same, it’s different. When you do activities throughout the day, and you lose some energy, your body starts to react, and you have to feed something to yourself to get the point your body needs.
Appetite is something in your brain that doesn’t have anything to do with your body. If you are willing to eat the meal you dislike, you are hungry, but if you can’t eat some food and there is something that you want and don’t know what it is, then it’s appetite.
Let’s be sure about what you are hungry for
- You have to ensure that the meal you eat gives you enough energy. Some food has protein, fat, and fiber in them. If you eat food with a lot of fiber, then it’s more likely for you to get hungry again.
This happens to many of us when we are hungry; when we are not getting food for a long time, we get angry. It’s a normal reaction that our body has to get food for our brain cells to work correctly.
Find out what popular fruit you are.
The goal of the test is to answer your existential question, “Oh, what fruit am I?” So, all you need to do is respond to our 20 personality questions so we can decipher your character and match it to a banana, orange, or something. That is what you want, right?
Get a free personality analysis.
Jokes aside, the Fruit Personality Quiz actually analyzes your traits and behaviors. So, by the end of the test, you are going to find out why you matched that particular fruit and what it says about you. The accuracy of the results is going to shock you.
And share the funny results with your friends
Are you confident enough to let the world know what fruit you are? We believe you are. Thanks to the share buttons in the results, you can share them to your social media account(s) and brag about your apple, strawberry, or whatever persona.
Can Fruits Actually Reveal Your Personality?
Interestingly, fruits can affect your personality. According to a 2005 study, “adolescents who consumed more vegetables were more agreeable and more open to experience.” So, eating those morning apples and oranges can turn you into a happier person.