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Im suffering from over thinking and lost confidence levels. Im unable to control my mind thinking. What should I do. I tried yoga and failing.
I lost my grand mother last year from that time I feel so much of depression. I can't do anything please help me.
Am a medical student. And preparing for AIPMT. Due to stress and burden of study my B.P increases between 130_135. Which lead to headache and laziness or also feeling of fever. So tell me best solution for this so I can continue my study without any disturbance.
I have some or the other thinking always and I keep thinking something or other which is causing deep depression . Please help me.
I'm addicted to smoking from past 7-8 years. Daily I will have 6-10 cigarette's. Trying to quit but unable to. However I'm going to quit in next 2 months. Will it effect if I suddenly stop smoking. Heard that there are chances for heart stroke. Is that true? Also suggest me how to stop smoking.
I have a bad breadth problem from my childhood, now my confidence is very low, as I am not as able to speak in public, and after eating anything or by just heaving tea it smells very bad, I have tried all types of toothpaste & toothbrush and even mouth fresheners but it's not working for me, pls anyone who can help me.
I am feeling so alone. I don't have friends. I wanna be live alone. I don't want family or friends. I hate the people surrounded me. I have problem of thought process. Feeling so lonely. Why always me? is it my destiny? what should I do?
I just don't enjoy the things I used to, and I don't feel much like visiting friends or family. Is this part of aging?
Nervous Breakdown is not a medical term. It is connected to health problems associated with depression and anxiety. It often results from extreme stress and need medical help to overcome it. Although there are physical and emotional symptoms of this state of being, people often miss it. Here is a list of some common signs and symptoms related to nervous breakdown:
- It is hard to concentrate: It is often seen that a person finds it hard to concentrate when he is on the verge of mental breakdown. While a little stress helps in better functioning of the memory, chronic stress can prove to be lethal for the human mind and body. According to a study conducted by the University of Maryland Medical Center, it is found that too much stress results in the secretion of a hormone called cortisol which deteriorates the memory.
- Food becomes your best friend: An increased level of stress makes the body release certain hormones such as adrenaline for a flight response. When this hormone wears off, cortisol asks the body to replenish energy from food. This hormonal reaction results in emotional eating. As a result of stress, certain high sugar items such as ice-cream and chocolate give a good feeling to the body. According to a study conducted by the American Psychological Association it was found that 40 percent out of 3000 individual seek pleasure in high fat high sugar items.
- An upset stomach: Often before nervous breakdown, many people report symptoms related to IBS. A patient might also go through certain other symptoms such as stomach aches, abdominal pain and diarrhea. These indicators are related to overwhelming stress more often than not. According to a recent study conducted by the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, it is found that more than half the people suffering from IBS have anxiety or depression related disorder.
- Slouching becomes your favorite activity: Slouching is a major indicator of stress. A study conducted by the San Francisco State University in 2012 revealed that slouching drains more energy than skipping. Poor posture and depression is a common phenomenon in people suffering from anxiety and stress related disorder. If this is occurring way too frequently, it is time to consult a doctor and get professional help.
- A hyperactive nose: People with hypertension, anxiety, depression and stress often find themselves with a hyperactive sense of smell. A study conducted by the University of Wisconsin revealed that when a person is exposed to disturbing images of crashes or accident, he is often found to have a distorted sense of smell. Even neutral smells can be mistaken as foul ones by patients suffering from anxiety. If this sounds familiar, it is time to visit a doctor.
Sir I am not suspicious and I watched a video on paranoid disorder patient and I feel that I didn't have much of this disorder because I am free to every one except when girls see me. I didn't separate my self from society, people or anyone else. Sir I made myself strong ethically so as to not feel any change in my sense of response with others. So now from two weeks I am feeling somewhat good.
I have taken treatment for depression for 2 years from 2011 to 2013. Now I am not depressed but get easily anxious what should I do to remove anxiety and also to stop from day dreaming and repeated thoughts coming in the mind. Thanks.
Hello I am 23 years old my problem is that I feel anxiety with loud noise & shouting my heart beat increases when ever I hear any shouting, I try to control my self but its difficult to avoid it.
Many of my friends got heart breaks due to some relation problems, it is common now a days, there are plenty of youngsters are facing these kind of love breakups and getting into deep depressions, one of my friend recently suicide and end his life, I'm seeing many of the people who are in depressions in the age between 18 to 23 years, one of my friend recently faced same kind of problem and he realized his situation and he want to come out of it so he decided to meet psychiatrist, but the treatment doesn't show any impact on my friend, I want to know what is the main reason behind this depression problems some are getting out of it easily and for some people it very difficult to get out of it, is this an genetic problem or lack of proper grooming problem, I want some suggestion from psychiatrist's how one has to dealt with facing some kind of depression problems please help me to get more info about these things.
I feel drowsy all the day. I have some kind of pain in my head. It feels like blank mind. I can not concentrate on my studies.
I have a case in which I suffer from anxiety and loss of concentration when I don't see things in proper place or condition. It is followed by my intention to make it proper. Please help.
- ask yourself what you can do about the sources of your stress. Think through the pros and cons. Take action where you can.
- keep a positive, realistic attitude. Accept that although you can't control certain things, you're in charge of how you respond.
- stand up for yourself in a polite way. Share your feelings, opinions, or beliefs, instead of becoming angry, defensive, or passive.
- learn and practice relaxation techniques. Try breathing exercises, meditation, prayer, yoga, or tai chi.
- exercise regularly. You'll feel better and be more prepared to handle problems.
- eat healthy. Avoid too much sugar. Focus on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein.
- when you're stressed, you'll probably want less-nutritious comfort foods, but if you overdo them, they'll add to your problems.
- try to manage your time wisely.
- say no, where you can, to things that would add more stress to your life.
Make time for hobbies and interests.
- get enough rest and sleep. Your body needs time to recover from stressful events.