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Hello, I am 29 years old male. My weight is 63 kg and height is 5 ft 9 inches. My problem is that when I have a job interview scheduled, I feel very anxious to the point the interview is finished. It feels like butterflies in my stomach and can't stop thinking about it. This also causes nausea with cough. I don't really vomit but I get burps with cough and will feel better for a while. But it again starts in a while. I cannot sleep the whole night before the interview. I try to tell myself that this is no big deal. If not this job I will get another. But my heart won't listen to me and it has made up its mind to show me a tour of hell. But once my interview is over everything feels normal. It really doesn't matter to me if I get rejected. Lately, small things like a heated argument with strangers for parking makes me think about those reasons too much. I feel like I have too much social anxiety. I am worried even to go out fearing what someone would tell me in an event of a heated argument. I don't really have any other medical problems apart from this. I am also not confident to consult a doctor face to face about this issue. Please help me. I am jobless for years now. This is ruining my life.
My name is rashmi singh. I am depressed with my life. And I am confused what I will do after marriage. Me.
I'm jawaid 25 years of age, sir please tell me how to make my mind sharp and concentrating. Please prescribe me something. Thanks.
I am too much thin and I want to become quite thick. Which type of food I have to take. Give me their examples. I am getting pain in my whole body.
I can't sleep. I am preparing for JEE in Kota. I started sleeping late at night few weeks ago and I easily getting sleep around 2 or 3 AM and woke up at around 11 in the morning but now I can't sleep. I lay down on bed hoping for sleep but nothing happening now. In 24 hrs I hardly getting sleep for 2-3 hrs that is also in morning or afternoon. Now I can't concentrate properly in classes, can't think like before. Please advice what can I do to overcome this?
I am 35 years old female, i am having stress for last two months and have symptoms as vibrations in whole body and shivering feeling in bed, sometimes panic attack. Can you help out for best remedy to get rid of it. M already on medicine pari. Cr 12. 5 mg and multivitamin. But I efar if it would result in any other disease or its comon
I live with my 4 months old child, mother in law and my husband's nephew, my husband is out for work and comes once in 3 days. In his presence these people show that they help me so much But when he goes to office they do not offer me any help. I am handling my small child all alone. I feel overwhelmed with frustration. Almost going into depression. Also. I want to work for my child's better future. My husband works very hard that is why I cannot share much of my problems with him. My mother wants to keep the child so that I can focus on my career. But at the same time I am deep down with guilt. Please suggest me something. Thank you in advance.
Schizophrenia affects over 1% of the world’s population and affects the way a person thinks, feels and behaves. In most cases, it is diagnosed when a person is between the ages of 16 to 25. This condition can be hereditary and is said to affect men more often than women. Schizophrenia is characterized by an inability to distinguish between real and imaginary which can lead to delusions, social withdrawal, hallucinations and other forms of social and occupational dysfunction.
Schizophrenia affects different people in different ways. On the basis of the type of symptoms exhibited, this disease has been categorized into 5 sub types. These are:
- Paranoid schizophrenia: This type of schizophrenia is characterized by delusions and hallucinations that may make the person exhibit paranoid behaviour. These people often feel like they are being watched or followed and may have delusions of grandeur. They may also get angry quickly on minor issues and show signs of anxiety and hostility.
- Disorganized schizophrenia: In such cases, the person may behave in ways that are difficult to understand or speak in broken sentences and have difficulty structuring a sentence. They may also display inappropriate behaviour and react in ways not suitable to the occasion. People suffering from disorganized schizophrenia may also neglect their personal hygiene.
- Catatonic schizophrenia: People suffering from catatonic schizophrenia may swing between immobility and periods of rapid movement. They may stay quiet for hours or talk rapidly repeating everything they hear. These people have a high risk of harming themselves as they are usually unable to look after themselves and complete daily activities.
- Undifferentiated schizophrenia: People suffering from this type of schizophrenia exhibit behaviour that fits into more than one type of schizophrenia. From time to time they may have hallucinations, suffer from delusions or display catatonic behaviour and disorganized behaviour or speech.
- Residual schizophrenia: Even though a person may not be currently showcasing any signs of schizophrenia, they are said to have residual schizophrenia. Such people need to have had at least one schizophrenic episode. These people may exhibit symptoms later or be in complete remission.
With schizophrenia, an early diagnosis can make treatment easier and hence if you notice anyone exhibiting signs of schizophrenia, you must advise them to seek medical help immediately. Schizophrenia cannot be cured but it can be managed with a combination of typical or atypical medication and cognitive therapy. The latter can be in the form of self-help groups, housing and employment programs, counselling and therapy.