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I have been talking to myself a lot nowadays. I can somehow feel this change in my thinking. Since a last few years I've been recreating situations that almost match the real life background and living through them mentally. First I thought it was just my imagination but now it's getting me confused between the incidents that happened in real and in my imagination.I can feel both slowly mixing up because I am forgetting what had actually happened in reality and thinking my perception as what actually happened. I see myself in many worse situations sometime like me dying or hospitalized having some deadly disease and talk to myself creating proper dialogues to all the characters in my perception and soon start believing that perception really did happen.I have sudden head acha or blank mind. Nowadays I cannot concentrate properly. My brain is stuck to the task of figuring out throughout my life what exactly was a perception and what was reality.Please help. A few days back I started talking to my friend about the jokes we cracked in class during boring math lecture n how we had chatted on a sheet of paper like always n I clearly remember the jokes n how we had passed that sheet to another one of our friends n she could not help but laugh n when I started talking about it they said it never happened n the friend I was chatting was apparently absent to school that day.I remember keeping that chat sheet into my math book so on hearing that I checked it to prove them wrong n found absolutely nothing in my math book Last year when I was in 10th grade we had about a week holiday before our farewell party.One day I saw a perception of witnessing the farewell party all the even speeches announcement my batch mates talking everything.For three days I was living with the fact that farewell party was over until my friend came to my house saying if I had chose myself a dress for farewell. Once last year after my board annual exams of 10th grade we have about3 month long vacation.One day during the vacation I suddenly started studying thinking my exams weren't over n I was on my one month study vacation before exams. Its creeping me out.I dont even remember half the things that happened really.When i was talking to my friends a few days back about our manali tour i found out that more than half the things i thought happened there were just a part of my imagination. N then people claim im fake n lie to people where in reality i don't know which is the truth anyway. Please i need help!
According to an Ayurvedic study of mental health, ‘rajas’, ‘satwa’ and ‘tama’ are essential qualities of one’s mind. ‘Satwa’ is essential for knowledge and reasoning, ‘Rajas’ initiates thoughts, whereas ‘Tama’ renders a soothing effect and serves to control overactive ‘satwa’ and ‘rajas’. However, equilibrium among these three is necessary for a healthy mind. A disruption in this balance results in anxiety, anger and even mental disorder. Environmental toxins, stress and information overload take a toll on one’s brain functioning on a daily basis. Along with exercises and a balanced diet, these few herbs can be used for restoring mental balance, thereby promoting mental wellbeing.
Mulungu Bark- Mulungu calms your nerves, thus improving your mood and sleep. It even enhances brain function, helping to reduce anxiety.
Bacopa- Also known as Brahmi, bacopa boosts memory and cognitive abilities. It also aids in lowering the production of stress hormone ‘cortisol’. It sustains the physical health of the brain cells, protecting the brain against ageing.
Rhodiola Rosea- This medicinal herb consists of two powerful compounds called ‘Salidroside’ and ‘Rosin’. Salidroside is a strong antioxidant while Rosin shields against neurotoxicity (toxicity in the nervous system due to the exposure to artificial or natural toxins) by curbing inflammation of the neural cells. This enhances a better mental performance, reducing anxiety, stress and fatigue.
Ziziphus Jujuba- Day-to-day chores over a long period of time can get extremely tiring and affect your physical as well as mental faculties. Ziziphus Jujuba encourages good sleep at night, thus restoring your mental health.
Passiflora Incarnata (passion flower)- This herb acts as a natural sedative; thereby relieving anxiety, which is a primary reason for interrupted sleep.
Scutellaria lateriflora (skullcap)– The anti-oxidant properties of this plant help deal with and alleviate stress levels, in the process, improving your mood and inducing sound sleep. It also helps treat inflammation of the brain. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult an ayurveda.
Dear sir, my brother suffering from parkinson's decease from past 7 years, we tried hard for treatment but no treatment in english medicine. His hand is continuously shaking. Is there any treatment. Please provide details. How and where it can be treated.
Social anxiety disorder is a chronic mental health condition in which a person has excessive and unreasonable fear of certain social situations. Anxiety and self-consciousness arise from a fear of being scrutinized, embarrassed or judged by others. The fear may be made worse by a lack of social skills or experience in social situations. This persistent anxiety can build into a panic attack, and the affected person may start avoiding social situations under extreme distress. People with social anxiety disorder also suffer anticipatory anxiety, which is the fear of a situation even before it happens. In many cases, the person is aware that the fear is unreasonable and overblown, yet is unable to overcome it.
Like many other mental health conditions, social anxiety disorder arises from a complex interaction of environment and genes. The possible causes are:
- Inherited traits - Genetic factors may contribute to the development of social anxiety disorder if it is present in a first-degree relative (parents, siblings or child).
- Brain structure - Nuclei shaped part of the brain called amygdala may play a role in controlling the fear response. People with overactive amygdala may have a heightened fear response, increasing anxiety in social situations.
- Environmental factors - Social anxiety disorder may be a learned behavior. You may develop the condition after witnessing the anxious behavior of others. Also, there may be an association between social anxiety disorder and overprotective parents wanting to control their children.
Social anxiety disorder is the second most common type of anxiety disorder, which most often surfaces in adolescence or early adulthood. It is more common in women than in men. There is no way to predict what will cause social anxiety disorder, but some steps can be taken to reduce the impact of symptoms by getting help early instead of delaying, managing stress in daily life and avoiding unhealthy substances like alcohol, drugs and caffeine.
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