It’s OK to not be OK. But we want you to be as OK as possible, OK? Part of being OK (besides not saying OK so much) is making your mental health a priority. There are several behavioral shifts that could be an indicator of both anxiety and depression: changes in sleep and/or appetite; increased irritability; muscle tension; general fatigue; and a lack of interest in things you would normally want to do.
Here's some valuable advice from Temple University. Read more