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Hello, sir/ Mam Recently I am facing break up with my boyfriend. Now he is getting married. Now we both don't talk with each other I am trying to divert my mind whole day I remain busy whole day but at night I am feeling restless. Not able to sleep properly. Always something about my past is running in my mind. Usually I am crying at night thinking about my past. Is this a symptom of depression. I want to get rid of from this feeling. Should I take sleeping pills? Please suggest me what I do?
I am suffering from depression in last 3-4 months my age is 18 and height 5 feet 4 inch and weight 57 please advice me.
In army pst exam, they are asking about chest expansion should be 5 cm. But I afraid my chest expansion less than that. How to get 5 cm chest expansion? Give me some suggestions pls.
I'm 23 years old male and I m suffering from depression, every time I feels headache, I feel very tired, though I have a good health still I feel energyless. One of the main problem now a days with me is that I am forget everything. I can't remember anything for long. My memory power has decreased.
I am having mood swings very fast. And this problem increases in winters and I feel very emotional in month of January. I don't know why I feel so purpose less life and I have so much to do. And I am motivated. I find myself mostly in depression in a year. It happens since I was in 9th standard. My performance effects .I couldn't show my progress. I feel like most of the time I am Feeling alone. And mood get cold and sometimes very anxious. Sometimes it s hard to cry when I need it. Every week I feel so much change in my mood. Is it bipolar disorder. Or what. I am having so much problem of over thinking. please suggest me some concentration process. I need to concentrate on my study. I feel disturbed.
If you are young chances are you aren’t worried about this particular neurodegenerative disease, and rightly so since the only people afflicted by it are above the age of 50. Although, there are a lot of cases where it develops in the younger age bracket, so you need to be careful and examine the signs of early onset Parkinson’s and be wary if any of these symptoms apply to you.
Parkinson’s is a neurological disorder wherein the dopamine-producing neurons are affected in a particular area of the brain. It can cause tremors and balance problems, eventually worsening over time. Here are some signs that you should keep an eye out for:
- Tremors: If you are experiencing tremors, while at rest, in your hands, arms, fingers or your jaw then it is a sign that you need to be aware about. In an excitable or stressful situation, the tremors may even worsen.
- Micrographia: Your hand movements become restricted and, as a result, your handwriting may become cramped and the words smaller in size. Examine your handwriting from the past with your present one, if you find a noticeable difference in the size and positioning of the letters and if you feel like the sentences are extremely crowded together, be wary.
- Olfactory issues: One of the symptoms of early onset could be the loss of the sense of smell. If you feel like you can’t sense stronger aromas like that of spices and pickle or even bananas as well as others and it isn’t because your nose is blocked then you need to be on the lookout.
- Sleeping troubles: There are times when you feel restless in bed while trying to sleep. If this becomes a routine then it could be a sign that you are prone to Parkinson’s. Sudden movements and jerking while sleeping is a bad sign.
- Stiffness: If your arms and joints feel stiff without reason, and you feel like free body movement is restricted or limited if you feel like you can’t swing your arms or move your fingers freely, it is a definite sign that you might have Parkinson’s. Stiffness can even lead to muscle pain in various parts of the body. Bradykinesia or slowness of movement is common with the stiffness of the body.
- Constipation: If every time you have to defecate you have to strain yourself and put a lot of pressure on your bowels, and bowel movement does not come naturally or easily, even with the inclusion of roughage in your diet, it is a symptom.
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Hai. I use to smoke for 8 years. I smoke nearly 8 to 10 cigarettes per day. Now I am in mode to quit smoking, but I am replacing with e-cigarette nicotine level 16mg. I would like know is e-cigarette also harmful like normal cigarette?
Facing a major crisis in life? Here are 5 ways to deal with one
Life is a mixture of good and bad times and everyone experiences a crisis at some point in their lives. A life crisis is a situation when everything in your life seems to fall apart, followed by a major event or a series of events such as the loss of a job, death of a family member, a relationship break-up, divorce, to name a few. Whatever the reason may be, each crisis tests your ability to cope with grief.
Here are some tips on how to face a life crisis bravely and bring your life back on track.
1. Don't run away from the problem
It's very common for people to want to run away from problems when situations are not in their favour. Instead, face the difficulties bravely and try to find ways to deal with it. Accept that it has happened and focus on the next logical course of action.
2. Rule out the negative self-assumptions with logical reasons
After experiencing a major loss in life, it's not uncommon to have negative self-assumptions or feelings of guilt. You may feel traumatised due to the happenings in your life and may start believing that the world is no longer a safe place. This can lead to frustration and sense of futility. In such a situation, don't panic unnecessarily, and give yourself logical reasons instead to prove that most of your negative assumptions are not true.
3. Seek the help of your family and friends
Spend more time with your family and friends, but do not always discuss the negativities you are facing in life. Instead of always telling them how terrible you feel, enjoy some light moments with them. This will help you cultivate a feeling of having a strong and secure support network.
4. Take a short vacation
Take a break from work and spend few days out of your town. It will help rejuvenate your soul and re-energise you to deal with the crisis situation. Vacations prove to work wonders to your physical and mental health, reducing depression and the stress you face to a considerable extents.
5. Keep a record of your progress
Record whatever positive happens to you each day, even if it's a small thing. Write about how you feel while experiencing and recovering from this crisis. This not only helps in bringing about a positive mind-frame, but also keeps your mind away from the painful events, speeding the healing process.