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Dear Sir/Madam, I am writing this mail on behalf of my brother (Arun Vyas) who went through a stage of depression nearly 20 years back. His current age is is 53 years. He is 12th pass and left graduation in between. He wife is a houselady and not much literate. He has two grown up kids (one son and a daughter). About me, I live with my family (i am 49 years old) and working with a private organization. I often try to help my brother' s family at the time of any crisis or whenever any advise is required related to education / job of their children. My brother was in deep depression for 2-3 years and used to lock himself because of fear of unknown. Various psychiatrist were consulted and finally he started responding to the medicines and after nearly 2-3 years came out of the phase. Of depression and since then he was leading almost normal life (although he could never regain his confidence that he lost during this period). He tried his hands, with the support of my father, in various businesses but because of his confidence level, could never succeed. After this we decided to put him in some job. Here also he could not settle in one job and kept on shifting from one job to another. We were ok with this also. But for the last nearly one year or so his family (and even myself also) have started feeling that his earlier tendencies have started coming back, however, it' s still not that bad. I, therefore thought of consulting a specialist and take precautionary measures in advance before things start going out of our hands. Please help! Thanks.
I always go with my past memories good and bad both types and this thing retards with daily basis work. Great people often say never live in past. Any suggestions ro get rid from it?
Hello Sir I am Seema i am in job Because of my boss and my family conditions I feel mental stress most of the time Please suggest me somthing to get relief from stress
Sir/madam, I am 40 years old women married and having a son, I get often depressed, I am living alone in chennai, I am very talkative some times on phone which some people do not like, I keep postponing my work, and cannot concentrate on what I want, but for other I deeply go through, my husband will be often get angry because of this attitude, I do not speak to any one in this flat after a fight, which left me in non peace situation, I do not have mother or father any body else to tell my feelings. I often even forget any thing keeping anywhere missing, a lot even in gas stove also. I have headaches nose, anemia, a lot of dental problem and implanting done. What is the solution. Everyone will tell to do yoga and meditation, but I wil do it for 1 o r 2 days and next I feel bored what should I do sir please help me, I was a teacher and active lady but now I can not, This is due to age or what else. Please suggest.
While some people see tears as a sign of weakness, for others crying is a crucial way of dealing with grief. Though as children we’re told not to cry and to ‘keep a hold’ of our emotions, letting go of a few tears can help alleviate grief and emotional distress.
Here are a few reasons crying could be a good idea when dealing with loss.
- Crying can stimulate the release of endorphins: Crying cleanses the mind of negative emotions and allows you to express your emotions. Crying can be described as a reaction to pain and in order to control pain, the body releases endorphins. Endorphins are also known as happy hormones as they block the transmission of pain signals and create a sense of contentment. These chemicals can take a little time to have an effect and hence in most cases, you will notice an improvement in your mood after a good cry.
- Crying elevates the mood: Crying can help reduce your body’s manganese levels. A higher than normal manganese level can heighten anxiety, irritability, tiredness and emotional disturbances. By lowering manganese levels, the brain is left with enough space for happier emotions and hence crying can help elevate a person’s mood.
- Crying stimulates the body’s parasympathetic nervous system: The parasympathetic nervous system controls a number of functions including heart rate. Crying can stimulate this system and trigger a state of relaxation. For this reason, you may feel sleepy after crying. This gives your body time to relax and deal with the problem at hand with a calmer mind.
- Crying helps deal with stress: A stressful experience or emotional situation can cause a build-up of stress hormones known as cortisol. As the levels of cortisol increase in the body, it goes into flight or fight mode as an automatic response to stress. Crying reduces the cortisol levels and helps relieve tension and stress almost immediately.
- Crying is cathartic: Every day we are exposed to conflicts and stressful situations that can build up into resentments and leave a person feeling anxious and depressed. Sometimes, giving vent to emotions and crying can help release these pent-up feeling and heap cleanse the mind of these negative emotions. Crying also allows us to open ourselves up to the people around and can improve the levels of intimacy between them. In this way, it can help a person become part of a community. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor.