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If someone isn't addicted to alcohol or drugs. Still he will have withdrawal symptoms after quitting ? I'm drinking alcohol from last 7 years (I'm 26 now), but more from last one and half year, average of drinking from last year will be approximately 2 beer a week. N I've smoked Marijuana in 7 years not more than 20-25 times. From last year, only around 10 times. I've not tried or taken any other drugs . Ever. I'm not addicted to both. I don't care if I don't drink or smoke. But last month-on may 2016, I smoked Marijuana for 3 times in 10 days (on 2 may and 6 may and 13 may 2016) and started having withdrawal symptoms from 15 may 2016 till today (it's 39th day). I didn't had alcohol or Marijuana or coffee after that. Not any cravings to have. My symptoms were so worst for 20-25 days. But From last 10 days, all symptoms comeback once in day. But my mind don't stop thinking. It's like a machine which isn't stopping of random thoughts. What causing brain to work continuously. Will it will stop or not? I'm afraid of this thing. Please help. I talked with my homeopathy doc. He said Marijuana or any drug affects by breaking the link (barrier or bridge) between conscious and subconscious mind. He said It'll take time to built that link. Is he correct? I don't wanna get caught in pills. My question is that after quitting still I'll have withdrawal symptoms for both? What are those? How long it'll take? And what are long term effects ? How to compensate with those? How to get rid of symptoms? please don't suggest me to consult any specialist. I don't wanna get caught in pills. I wanna detoxify naturally.
I am 21 years old male I join gym for last 1 month but I can not stopping hand practice. Give me a answer please.
Hello doctor, I feel too much body imbalance all the time. I feel like dizzy but it's not dizzy. It's only imbalance. Like feeling off balance almost all the time. This is why I even get scared to go out alone. I also have lot of anxiety. I am having these symptoms since 7 years, after I had done crash dieting for about 6 months, I started getting constantly low blood sugar problem. Now my blood sugar is normal. Sometimes when I don't eat anything I feel sweaty and light headed which will be subsided after eating something sweet. The problem is I am overweight and if I workout, after few minutes I feel off balance, and I stop my workout out of fear I might fall down. The same thing happens even if I go for walks outside. So what is the treatment for this? I consulted many doctors near my home, but no one responded properly. Please help me.
I'm 32 years old female. I'm so much depressed for the past 3 months. My husband betrayed me. He's in relationship with a girl of age 31. Both told me that they were friends. But both of them planning to marry in Malaysia cause she's a Malaysian citizen. We've a kid of age 5. Don't know what to do?
Hello Doctor's! I'm under constant state of depression and cannot my horrible past in past. I guess I have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD. Is there any cure for this disorder?
Depression is often equated with isolation and brooding but this is not always the case. Many people may actually suffer from depression without showing the typical symptoms of this condition. Hence, this form of depression may go unnoticed for many years. Such cases are known as high-functioning depression. Some of the symptoms of this condition include:
- Having difficulty expressing happiness: Though a person may be able to work normally, a person suffering from high-functioning depression will find it difficult to express emotions such as happiness. Thus he or she may not know how to act in the event of a promotion at work, the beginning of a new relationship or any other such happy events. In such cases, the happiness a person experiences from these events is temporary and muted.
- Lowered energy levels: Unlike not being able to get out of bed when suffering from typical forms of depression, a person suffering from high-functioning depression can follow his or her usual routine. However, they often find themselves lacking the energy they would normally have and feel the need to put extra effort into their normal tasks. This reduces the amount of satisfaction derived from completing tasks.
- Persistent self-doubt: While being self-critical is good to a certain extent, a person suffering from this form of depression is rarely satisfied with their work. Even when recognised by their peers or given an award for their work, they feel that this praise is misguided and have trouble accepting it. Thus, suffering from this condition is akin to swimming a race against the current and with additional unnecessary weights.
- Substance abuse: Since this form of depression can go undiagnosed for many years, patients often turn to alcohol and other addictive substances in frustration. This can further delay diagnosis as many of the symptoms of this condition can also be attributed to substance abuse.
- Feeling like a failure: Many people suffering from this condition feel as though they are constantly wasting time no matter how much they achieve in a day. This can make them feel hopeless and cause frequent changes in jobs.
The good news is that depression can be cured. Hence if someone around you or you, yourself experience such symptoms, talk to a doctor. Alternatively, you could make a few changes in your lifestyle to lift your mood. Try meditating in the morning or fit in some light exercise into your day. You could even take up a new hobby. However, this cannot replace cognitive therapy and psychological counselling. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Psychiatrist.