This is a topic that can affect you either directly or many other ways. You may have a friend, a close family member, and or you may be going through the toughest time in your life and are suffering from anxiety and depression. In my area of work I’m working with people of all ages, sizes, race, cultural back ground, any occupation, and I have made a conclusion that when illness or symptoms arise, anxiety and or depression has already set in and has rooted itself.

It is something I take seriously, I also have many friends and family members that suffer from depression. Something must be really missing with society in terms of our emotions, self esteem, self image, and spiritual aspects that lead to fear and cause us anxiety. I’m very interested in the data from recent studies and the increasing numbers worldwide, and more so to understand individuals that have been down this path and have over come this disease.


If you’ve fortunate enough not to know what anxiety or depression is, here’s some brief description. Anxiety attack can be described as intensely frightening and demoralizing. You may believe that you will need to end up in the hospital and or feel like your going to die, you have no sense of control, you may feel like your going crazy, you may of had only one panic attack or several of them. According to Dr. Reid Wilson panic attacks and anxiety disorders is accompanied by fear, which proceed by your thoughts. Depression comes from emotional turbulence and build up of emotional toxicity, like stress, anger, guilt, resentment, which starts to become your identity and can lead to chronic illness and additions.

New study by researchers at Australia’s University of Queensland, suffers world’s highest depression rates in the Middle East and North Africa. This determines the social and public health burden of the disorder of the world, it is the second-leading cause of disability using preexisting data.

What about North America? In fact in North America more individuals are suffering from mental disorders, especially in the United States. There are mood disorders like, anxiety, attention deficit/hyperactivity, and substance abuse. The average American has 47.4 percent chance of having any kind of mental health disorder over one’s entire lifetime, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Depression is becoming a huge concern, the World Health Organization ranks depression as one of the most disabling disease, estimating from population studies shown approximately twenty percent of people will experience clinical depression during the course of their lifetime. Afflicting approximately 121 million people worldwide.


Eckhart Tolle, is German-born resident of Canada who wrote a number of books on spirituality including The Power of Now and A New Earth.  He is someone who’s endured anxiety and depression for much of his life and was in deep thoughts of ending his own life until age 29. He underwent an “inner transformation” that changed his life completely, as he explains in detail in his books about his transformation, he is a spiritual teacher and a public speaker. His books and teaching practices quieting the mind and changing the past negative pattern of your thoughts, he elaborates about self talk and the ego. He is an advocate for many people who are suffering, and inspires individuals who have hit rock bottom by giving them hope and ways ease in their mind.

Weather you want to stop suffering from the clutter in your mind, be a better athlete, slow down your chronic pain/fatigue, improving your your quality of life, lose weight, or just simply want to get up in the morning and feel happy just because you deserve it.

Cutting the weed off the surface will not stop the weeds from growing, understanding there are endless possibilities, support, patience and natural solutions to getting to the ROOT CAUSE will start the changing process to improvements. Make the change NOW!


The healing starts from you, I look forward to hearing from you you’re not alone.


7 Replies to “Anxiety and depression”

  1. Hello Lahaina, Very nice and informative article. I was also suffering from depression during my college days. But now feels good after so treatments. Thanks for this wonderful guide. This helps me a lot to learn.

  2. Very helpful info about Anxiety and Depression. Looks forward to more info.

  3. your post is very interesting to read.it’s very informative and helpful,Usually I never comment on blogs but your article is so convincing that I never stop myself to say something about it. You’re doing a great job Keep it up.

  4. I really enjoyed reading your article. You are doing a great job. People are feeling depressed so much these days.

  5. anxiety & depression increase once we start feeling alone and carry negative thoughts in our mind…it is really difficult to control our mind in depression…this article gives lot of information about this disease ..thanks

  6. Hello,

  7. Anxiety is one of the biggest Problem. We really need to prevent it.

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