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"Worry occurs when our minds dwell on our problems. People often describe worrying as a “chain” or “spiral” of repetitive, negative thoughts that may be difficult to redirect. The fears we think about could be present, probable, or purely hypothetical. Worry may be unavoidable at times, as most people tend to fret about some aspect of their lives. However, chronic or excessive worrying can affect our physical and emotional health. In some cases, worries may interfere with daily life. Frequent worrying may be a sign of a mental health diagnosis such as generalized anxiety. People who wish to manage their worrying may find it helpful to speak to a therapist."

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