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Treatment & Management of Stress
Treatment of Mood Disorder
Treatment Of Male Sexual Problems
Sex Addiction Counselling
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Anger Management Therapy
Treatment of Behaviour & Thought Problems
Quit Smoking Techniques
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Memory Improvement Techniques
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment
Treatment of Abnormal Behaviour
Psychological Diagnosis (Adult And Child)
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My sister is severely depressed. We took her to a psychiatrist but she did not take the medicines and threw it away. Now she is not ready to go to the doctor and will not talk t any relatives. We are really worried about her and do not know how to help her out? Kindly give any suggestions.
Stress and uncontrolled reactions to stress can also lead to kidney damage. As kidneys are the blood filtering units of your body, your kidneys are prone to problems with blood circulation and blood vessels. High blood pressure and high blood sugar can place an additional strain or burden on your kidneys.
Excessive stress can cause:
1) Increases your blood pressure: stress can give rise to hypertension, and since high blood pressure is one of the leading causes of kidney disease (apart from diabetes), stress can lead to an increase in blood pressure and have an adverse effect on your kidney function.
2) Can cause your blood sugar levels to plummet: stress can worsen your diabetes and often is the reason for uncontrolled blood sugar.
3) Increases the number of cigarettes you smoke.
Can sudden high levels of stress have an effect on your kidneys?
Not really, but yes it can compound over time and lead to kidney disease. For instance, if you drink less water or smoke too much due to stress, then in the long run it can lead to kidney disease.
Since it is almost impossible to avoid stress altogether, it is important to learn how to manage stress. Failure to do so could lead to diseases, depression, and an unhealthy, unhappy lifestyle. If you want to avoid kidney failure, heart failure, stroke, high blood pressure, and other related conditions, basic stress management techniques are essential.
Here are some suggestions that could help to effectively manage and reduce stress
1) Keep things in perspective way
2) Be realistic while setting goals.
3) Learn time management.
4) Watch your diet and limit certain foods.
5) Use exercise to reduce stress.
6) Learn stress diversion activities like
(a) Listen your favorite music
(b) Play an instrument
(c) Take a long walk
(d) Take a trip to the beach, park, or shopping mall.