Depression symptoms may be visible as fatigue, sleeping difficulties, cognitive thought or problem solving difficulties, illness, aggression and headaches. These symptoms are also associated with the anxiety as the individual becomes unable to cope with the overwhelming demands of work and home. Chronic distresses tend to have consequences to the individualâs health and work productivity. Depression and anxiety symptoms have been noted to affect relationships both personal and work related. The problem of communication among family members may deteriorate as the symptoms increase. From the work related prospective, the individual suffering from depression and anxiety symptoms, performs in a poor manner which effects cost production methods. In addition, the symptoms even can result in safety issues that can have consequences of lawsuits for the company.