A cancer diagnosis often brings with it a torrent of emotions, including fear, uncertainty, and despair. The weight of the disease, coupled with the rigors of treatment, can lead to heightened levels of depression among patients. Research indicates that up to 20-30% of individuals diagnosed with common cancers such as breast, uterus, lung, pancreas, stomach, and intestines are at risk of developing depression, with higher rates observed in the young and in women.
Dr Rishikesh Behere
Procrastination is the act of delaying or postponing a task or decision that needs to be done. It is a common problem that affects many people, especially students, workers, and creative professionals. Procrastination is not just a matter of laziness or poor time management. It is often a reflection of underlying anxiety, fear, or self-doubt that prevents us from taking action.