Transitions are key I really found it interesting how you went into detail

Transitions are key i really found it interesting how

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Transitions are key!!!!!I really found it interesting how you went into detail about the common types of disorders. I like how you used all the symptoms of the different types of disorders in your body. This makes it a very informative speech. Maybe people do not know they are suffering from illnesses like this. This speech could help them realize it. Depression symptomsoPhysical: sleeping more, having trouble sleeping, loss of appetite or overeatingoEmotional: sadness, feeling overwhelmed, feeling hopeless or powerlessoThinking: difficulty paying attention and focusing, having trouble reading or doingwork, seeing the glass as ‘half-empty’ versus ‘half-full’Anxiety symptomsoStress, irritability, difficulty concentrating and staying focused, experiencing fear, sweatiness, dizziness, shortness of breath, an irregular/rapid heartbeat, having pains and tension in your muscles, tension, headaches, frequently having an upset stomach and/or diarrheaEating disorder symptomsoPoor/distorted body image, over-exercising, irregular heartbeat, dehydration, outof control eating, being scared to eat in public, coming up with excuses related toeating habitsAddiction symptomsoSlurring your words, bloodshot eyes, impaired coordination, having fear or anxiety without a reason why, suspicious behaviors (trouble with the law), struggling with finances, needing more of the abused substance to get the same effects, weight loss/gain, changes in grooming habits, a sudden change in friends and hobbies all relatable to college students. Depression and anxiety are like snow. Some days there’s a little bit. It’s hard to get up but you still go on with life. Other days there’s a decent amount of it. It stops you from going to school, or working out, you just lay in bed all day. Then there is days that It hits you like a blizzard. You are immobilized. Unable to do anything except sit there with your thoughts. It is de habilitating. Transition: Lastly, I’ll be talking about how these mental health issues affect college students.Holterman, 2016o33% of students reported that they were so depressed within the last 12 months that they found it difficult to function (Holterman, 2016)oAbout 55% reported feeling overwhelming anxiety, 87% reported feeling overwhelmed by their responsibilities (Holterman, 2016)oAlmost 9% considered suicide in the last year (Holterman, 2016)Chadron Community College, 2018oBy age 24, 75% of lifetime cases of mental health conditions began (Chadron Community College, 2018)oOne in four college students have a diagnosable mental illness
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