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I at 53 started my menopause. After which I have seen changes in my self. I am angry. Agitated. Suspicious. generally unhappy. Before this I was just d opposite. .Please tell.
A flash of anger may precipitate heart attack or stroke in susceptible individuals within two hours of anger episode as per a systematic review showed by Murray Mittleman, Dr PH, of the Harvard School of Public Health, and colleagues in the European Heart Journal.
The relative risks estimated in this meta-analysis indicate that there is a higher risk of cardiovascular events after outbursts of anger among individuals at risk of a cardiovascular event, but because each episode may be infrequent and the effect period is transient, the net absolute impact on disease burden is extremely low. However, with increasing frequency of anger episodes, the risk increases.
I am 18 years old and I am having stress of studies, what should I do to get relief from this kind of stress?
Mere father ko bahut jaldi gussa aa jata hai. Isse bachne ke liye kya karna chahiye. please tell me sir.
How to be quit my mind i cant medidiate .When i go to study my subjects my mind starts creating two parts one part remains in studies but in paraallel there are a lot of things (other) runs .How can i use full mind in studies only.
I was prescribed clonotril 1 mg for panic attack I am taking the tablet from March and then I slowly reduced it to 0.5 mg and now from 2 days I am taking 0.25 mg because I am experiencing low libido. Pls tell me how to stop this medicine.
Respected sir , My Problem is I m suffering from social anxiety disorder from the past 2 years I didn't consult any doctor My problem symptom is difficult to breathe while talking, cannot look at someone eyes, tension, nervous, fear, and face twitching etc please give me solution for my problem As soon as possible Thanking you.
I am suffering from frequent mental problems from pat few years. I already try to overcome but evry time I failed. I am totally confused what to do n where to do. Now these symptoms clearly shown on my health by asthma attack. Aging,obesity.
I am not able to concentrate on work what I do seriously . Every time before starting the work I said to my mind please on work what you will do but the mind immediately shifted to another work. This is my problem.
I am 28 years old n I facing problem when ever I interact to girl or women my eyes will go on there private parts which will make them uncomfortable to me as well n many times I tired to avoid but its not happening with every thinking wrong about me and my character please help me out.
Hi I have anxiety problem. Because of this I can not be active always and getting angry very much. I had paxidep 12.5 last 2 years and stopped recently. after stopped again anxiety started. Sometimes my body gets down and heart beating very hardly. Before 2 years I has panic attack 3 times. And I consult a neuro and pshyacrist. Took eeg its normal. And neuro started levipil 250 and 500 and tells me they think its starting of seizure. And other doc gives me paxidep 12.5. I had it for 2 years. My anxiety got normal. Now doc told me stop medicine. After 3 weeks again problem started. I really fed up and tired. Im married. So I can not be happy with my partner. I have heavy acidity problem too and throat infected always.
I am 22 year old with 5ft 10inch high and 74kgs weight. I have blood pressure 130/90. Few days onwards am suffering with palpitations and a little pain at centre of chest today and discomfort at right shoulder usually lasts for 1/2 seconds. This happened to me earlier also but it have gone my doctor said it was due to stress. I do not have any other symptoms of heatstroke. Please help me. Am I at risk. What should I do?
My mother has Alzheimer's disease, and I've noticed she is getting more confused. How can I help her?
I can't get concentration. My mind is creating some situations and spending more energy for that. So I can't concentrate in study. How it is possible to get concentrate my mind.
I am facing the some kind of issues with me, I am 30 n still not settled in life as I am facing failures in my life again n again, as I am not able to clear my CA final exam from past 5 years. No job, no regular income, no partner in life, doing small kinda accounting work, and it does not feel doing any kind of work, became very lazy, head always keeps heavy or pains, no exercise as whenever I go to gym can not do the basic exercises as I feel fatigue a lot, in a very less time. So many things goes on in my mind at once. Need to settle in life wanna get married, wanna earn, No medication from past 5 months , as earlier I was taking in night sibelium 10 mg now I have stopped it. Please advice
What are the diets and fruits (or any other) to be taken to increase memory? Also, what exercises must be done to increase memory? Please help anyone. I am having GATE exam coming february.
How to eat right to reduce stress
During times of stress, we often turn to traditional "comfort" foods such as macaroni and cheese, pizza, and ice cream. Ironically, these high-fat foods are usually the worst possible choices because they can make us feel lethargic and less able to deal with stress. Not only that, but stress can drive up our blood pressure and raise serum cholesterol levels, wreaking havoc on our arteries and increasing our risk of heart attack.
The best solution? Low-fat, high-fiber, carbohydrate-rich meals with plenty of fruits and vegetables. They soothe us without sapping our energy and give us the nutrients we need to boost our immune system. Here's a guide to which foods reduce stress and which foods make it worse:
Foods to include
High-fiber, carbohydrate-rich foods: scientists believe carbohydrates cause the brain to produce more serotonin, a hormone that relaxes us. And lots of fiber is helpful in preventing late-night binging. Some examples of healthy comfort food include baked sweet potatoes, minestrone soup, or sautéed vegetables over rice.
Fruits and vegetables: chronic stress can weaken our ability to fight disease. By upping our intake of antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables, we can boost our immune system. Acorn squash and carrots, for example, are great sources of the antioxidant beta-carotene. And citrus fruits provide plenty of vitamin c, another stress-busting antioxidant.
Foods to avoid
High-fat foods: fatty foods such as meat or cheese dishes and many baked goods thicken our blood which in turn makes us feel tired, even lethargic. This is clearly not a good way to reduce stress! even just one high-fat meal can increase our risk of a heart attack.
Caffeine: many of us deal with a stress-induced lack of sleep by turning to coffee, tea, and colas. Unfortunately, caffeine stays in our systems longer than many realize. Cutting back on caffeine can help with both sleeping problems and jitters.
Sugar: as a carbohydrate, sugar tends to calm us. The problem with sugar is that it's a simple carbohydrate so it enters and leaves the bloodstream rapidly, causing us to, in effect" crash" on the other hand, complex carbohydrates? such as pasta, beans, and lentils, the starchy parts of foods? soothe without bringing us down.
1. Relax your breathing. Take deliberate slow, deep breaths, and feel the tension begin to subside.
2. Clear your mind of disturbing thoughts. Remind yourself of all your strengths, of those occasions when you’ve coped in the past, and of things you still have to look forward to.
3. Shut off the critical parent in your head. We all have weaknesses and make mistakes. Don’t abandon, attack, or reject yourself. You need to support, and to nurture, yourself.
4. Practice self-care. Temporarily step back from the stressful situation. Maybe listen to some music, or message a friend, or play with your pet, or go for a walk.
5. Respond – don’t react. You don’t have to do anything right now. Take a moment to take control of your feelings and your thoughts. Then assess the situations, and think through different options.
6. You may have to put up protective boundaries. We often don’t have the energy to give at these times – so withdraw from people who would drain your energy.
7. A burden shared is a burden halved. Share how you feel with someone who cares. It’s good to ask for help when you’re worried or afraid.