How to Identify and Handle a “Nervous Breakdown”

A mental health crisis can result from stress, but treatment can help restore normalcy.

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The term “nervous breakdown” is commonly used to refer to an inability to function normally; it’s often described as a feeling of being unable to cope with life’s demands. Some

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