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How to be I can mentally strong improve I feel nervous some time so what I need kill the nervous and how to be improve my will power I feel week mentally and nervous, tension.please suggest.
I am always confused about take any decision and I mostly think about other people I cannot take my own decision I am mostly stress and thinking anything what is this suggest me am I wrong or right.
Hi I am 25 years old. My ex had suddenly text me hi after 2 years. By watching his text I was shocked and surprised. It was totally unexpected for me. Reason for our break up was my mistake only. Due to sum reasons he broke up that time. But he never deleted my no from his contact list after that. But now the situation is I was in another relationship passed 8 months but again it dint work out so broke. The feeling which I had in my 1st relationship I dint got in 2nd. I mean I don't love a 2nd guy as I had loved first so broke up. Now by his surprise text I dint reply him. true feeling is lost. I am feeling so guilty to talk with him now. Should I reply him or not? This things had put me totally into depression. Please help me by This situation. I feel like I am completely lost. Heartbroken.
Anxiety symptoms can make you feel unwell. Coping with anxiety can be a challenge and often requires making lifestyle changes. There aren't any diet changes that can cure anxiety, but watching what you eat may help.
Try these steps:
- Eat a breakfast that includes some protein. Eating protein at breakfast can help you feel fuller longer and help keep your blood sugar steady so that you have more energy as you start your day.
- Eat complex carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are thought to increase the amount of serotonin in your brain, which has a calming effect. Eat foods rich in complex carbohydrates, such as whole grains — for example, oatmeal, quinoa, whole-grain breads and whole-grain cereals. Steer clear of foods that contain simple carbohydrates, such as sugary foods and drinks.
- Drink plenty of water. Even mild dehydration can affect your mood.
- Limit or avoid alcohol. The immediate effect of alcohol may be calming. But as alcohol is processed by your body, it can make you edgy. Alcohol can also interfere with sleep.
- Limit or avoid caffeine. Avoid caffeinated beverages. They can make you feel jittery and nervous and can interfere with sleep.
- Pay attention to food sensitivities. In some people, certain foods or food additives can cause unpleasant physical reactions. In certain people, these physical reactions may lead to shifts in mood, including irritability or anxiety.
- Try to eat healthy, balanced meals. Healthy eating is important for overall physical and mental health. Eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, and don't overeat. It may also help to eat fish high in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon, on a regular basis.
Changes to your diet may make some difference to your general mood or sense of well-being, but they're not a substitute for treatment. Lifestyle changes, such as improving sleep habits, increasing social support, using stress-reduction techniques and getting regular exercise, also may help. Be patient, as it may take some time before these changes have an effect on your anxiety.
If your anxiety is severe or interferes with your day-to-day activities or enjoyment of life, you may need counseling (psychotherapy), medication or other treatment.