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Mental Disorders Tips

How To Deal With Emotional Problems?

Dr. Juhi Parashar 95% (5018 ratings)
Masters In Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
How To Deal With Emotional Problems?

Emotional problems make direct tasks and simple errands harder. High feeling, bubbling disappointment and hurt emotions motivate the person. Certain people become very protective. Protectiveness causes us to pry on others. Others might want to disconnect completely and resolve issues in a different manner. A great many people manage their emotional issues by opposing, quelling and overlooking them. At this point, your brain feels uneasy and you end up making rash decisions. However, there are ways to deal with emotional problems. These are as follows:

  1. Be aware: Try to stay active and be aware of solid feelings and sentiments. Work on improving them as they show up and quickly misidentify with them. Advise yourself that you are not your feelings and that they are only temporary.
  2. Use labeling: Utilize naming. Research has demonstrated that naming and surveying a feeling changes the feeling into a subject of examination and consequently diminishes its power on you. So in case you are feeling furious, essentially let yourself know that this is you being angry and you will in all probability see that the force of the inclination instantly drops.
  3. Get curious: Rather than opposing the emotions and sentiments, get inquisitive about them. Focus on how they affect you. Where in the body do they show? How do the diverse muscles in your body feel? How is your breath? Hold your emotions and sentiments in present mindfulness and simply let them do their thing without judging or sticking to them. Utilise the possibility of your brain as the sky and your emotions and sentiments as clouds that are passing by.
  4. Face-to-face interaction: Up close and personal social interaction with somebody who thinks about you is the best approach to quiet your nervous system and calm anxiety. It additionally relieves stress-busting hormones, so you will feel better regardless of the possibility that you cannot change the upsetting circumstance itself. The key is to collaborate with somebody who is a decent audience or someone you can consistently talk with face to face, or who will hear you out without a prior motivation for how you need to think or feel.
  5. Exercise and meditationThe brain and the body are inherently connected. When you improve your physical well-being, you will consequently encounter more prominent mental and enthusiastic betterment. Physical movement likewise discharges endorphins, intense chemicals that lift your state of mind and make you happy. Normal exercise or action can majorly affect mental and enthusiastic medical issues, mitigate stress, enhance memory, and help you to rest better.

In case that you continue facing this frequently, you will soon find that your relationship with your mind will begin to change. You will build up an intense metacognition (the capacity to face your reasoning) which helps you to handle your emotions and feelings in a great manner.

Change The Habit Of Your Mind!

Dr. Stuti Pardhe 91% (161 ratings)
MSW, Certificate in Clinical Psychopharmacology , Certificate in Treatment Planning and Progress Notation, Certificate in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Doctor of Naturopathy
Psychologist, Jaipur

Unfortunately, nowadays, since the time 'Mental Disorders' or Awareness is at its peak, we tend to use 'Mental disorders' as an excuse. However, mental disorders are nothing but the 'Habit and pattern of mind' with time it keeps getting worse. So the objective is to work on 'changing the habit of mind' rather than treating a disorder. We are what we believe, and so when you are labeled with a 'disorder' you start living and believing that disorder, and this only makes matter worse. 

Rather your first step is to take a course of action:

1. Change your attitude, believe that your mind has formed a negative pattern in the mind which needs to be reversed by thinking and doing things contrary to the negative pattern of thoughts. 

2. In order to stay positive you need to fight against the odds of your mind to use your time doing constructive of positive things.

3. Distract your negative energy by starting a new Hobby like: Singing, dancing, exercise, painting, craft, crochet, blogging, making valuable content on youtube etc. 

 

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Reducing Stigma Towards Mental Health Disorders!

Dr. D. S. Poonia 93% (142 ratings)
MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Jaipur
Reducing Stigma Towards Mental Health Disorders!

People with mental health issues claim that the social stigma associated with mental health disorders and the discrimination that they face every day make their difficulties even worse and make it tougher to recover.

Mental disorder is common. These days, it impacts millions of people across the globe, and their families, friends, colleagues, and society. One in 10 Indians lives with severe mental disorders including bipolar disorder, schizophrenia or depression. When we concentrate on the mental health of a person, we look at the means in which it affects their moods, emotions, thoughts, the capability of relating to others, effectiveness at school and work, and their social choices. In a nutshell, when their mental health is negotiated, it affects all aspects of their lives and the lives of their dear ones.

The World Health Organization or WHO has crystallized a few troubling facts about mental illness and they draw our attention:

  • Suicide is the leading reason for death in 15-29 years old.
  • Eight lac  people every year commit suicide.
  • For every accomplished suicide, there are at least 20 others which are attempted.
  • The leading reason for disability is the combination of mental disorders and substance abuse.
  • Mental illness doubles after a trauma like being victimized by a natural disaster or participating in or being a victim of a war.
  • There is a higher connection between mental illness and an augmented risk of getting ill from many other diseases including diabetes, self-harm, unintentional injury, and HIV.

Regardless of the fact that we are capable of talking openly about mental illness, unfortunately, people continue to escape seeking treatment because of discrimination and stigma. Our culture still spreads the belief that those who suffer from mental disorders are extremely violent, unintelligent, or unable to make decisions which impact their lives profoundly.

Whether we approach all these complications as the loved ones of family members, friends who struggle or somebody who has been spotted with a mental illness, we all have to speak up to challenge the prejudices and stigma related to mental disorders. We have an ethical and social duty to advocate for their right to get suitable treatment and to be provided with equal rights in the society. Living with a mental disorder can be really challenging, and we have to acknowledge the resiliency and courage that exists in individuals who are working harder to lead meaningful and productive lives.

Let’s challenge ourselves to make a change and transform the world’s observation of mental disorder.

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Panic Disorder - Self-Help Tips!

Dr. Sasha Raikhy 86% (50 ratings)
MBBS, DNB (PSYCHIATRY), PG Diploma In Clinical Cosmetology (PGDCC)
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Panic Disorder - Self-Help Tips!

Panic disorder is a serious condition that can strike without any reason or warning and the symptoms last for about 10 minutes, such as; a fear for imminent death or losing control, chills, numbness of toes or fingers, stomach ache or nausea, trembling, dizziness, chest pain, shortness of breath and difficulty in breathing.

Over time, a person with panic disorder develops a constant fear of having another panic attack, which can affect daily functioning and general quality of life.

Is it a heart attack or a panic attack?

Most of the symptoms of a panic attack are physical, and many times these symptoms are so severe that people think they are having a heart attack. In fact, many people suffering from panic attacks make repeated trips to the doctor or the emergency room in an attempt to get treatment for what they believe is a life-threatening medical problem. While it’s important to rule out possible medical causes of symptoms such as chest pain, heart palpitations, or difficulty breathing, it’s often panic that is overlooked as a potential cause—not the other way around.

What are the causes behind Panic Disorder?

Although the exact causes of panic attacks and panic disorder are unclear, the tendency to have panic attacks runs in families. There also appears to be a connection with major life transitions such as graduating from college and entering the workplace, getting married, and having a baby. Severe stress, such as the death of a loved one, divorce, or job loss can also trigger a panic attack.

Panic attacks can also be caused by medical conditions and other physical causes. Panic Disorder usually begins during late adolescence and early adulthood and is twice as common with women as compared to men.

How can Panic Disorder be treated?

  1. Psychotherapy- It is a type of counseling wherein trained professionals assist people by discussing strategies for comprehending and stabilizing this disorder.

  2. Cognitive Behavioral Theory- Cognitive behavioral theory aims at identifying possible triggers of panic attacks and helps one recognize and change their thought patterns and behaviors that stimulate such behavior.

  3. Medication- Anti-depressant medicines are used to cure panic disorders, such as Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI), medications for reducing anxiety and certain cardiovascular medications such as beta-blockers to cope with situational anxiety.

Self-help Tips-

When it comes to panic attacks, professional treatment and therapy can make a big difference. But there are many things you can do to help yourself, too:

  1. Learn about panic, read up on anxiety, panic disorder, and the fight-or-flight response experienced during a panic attack.  

  2. Avoid smoking and caffeine.

  3. Learn how to control your breathing.

  4. Practice relaxation techniques regularly like Yoga and meditation.

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Why You Should Take Your Mental Health Seriously?

Dr. Aneesh Baweja 89% (10 ratings)
MD - Psychiatry, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Why You Should Take Your Mental Health Seriously?

The first question when you greet somebody is 'how are you' and this often refers to our state of well-being. While most answers would be great, awesome or good, we usually think of how we are doing physically. While some of us may talk about physical conditions (say things like feverish, have a cold, etc.), not many would think of talking about mental health conditions. However, mental health is very important for overall well-being.

Can you think of someone who is severely depressed or anxious all the time and have a good physical health? Chances are very bleak, and if you consider the overall health as a mix of mental and physical balance, this is not possible. Read on to understand how important mental health is and why you should start paying more attention to it.

  1. Improved physical health: If someone is in a stressed state, it is obvious that they would not be able to do the activities they enjoy. Being affected mentally also leads to reduced immunity and sleep disturbances, making the person prone to infections and other disorders. Stress is one of the main risk factors for chronic medical conditions like heart disease and diabetes.
  2. Improved prognosis: Most often, doctors focus on treating the physical aspects of a person’s health. However, with recent emphasis on mental health, more and more doctors are looking at wholesome measures to improve a person’s health. Results show that when a person’s mental health is also addressed, the physical ailments respond very well.
  3. Improved productivity: People with unattended mental health disorders often resort to absence from work and/or school, can have financial instability, be homeless and can fall repeatedly. Being mentally healthy provides overall changed perspective of life and therefore improves productivity.
  4. Improved personal relationships: Children of people affected with mental illness are prone to neglect, abuse, rejection, and behavioural issues. There is also social isolation, which may lead into adulthood, and these children may also have emotional health problems. Others in the close circle including spouses, siblings, parents, close friends and colleagues would be clearly affected by a person who is mentally unhealthy.
  5. Social effects: These people are highly prone to social crimes like rape, murder, theft, violence, etc. They may not be able to afford their treatment and/or resort to these crimes to assert themselves.
  6. Improved quality of life: Life expectancy is higher in people who are mentally healthy. Even with mild symptoms of anxiety and depression, this is reduced, and the chances of a happier, healthier life are reduced.

Whatever the effect, mental health needs to be addressed as equally as we do physical problems, using medications, counselling, or lifestyle changes.
 

मानसिक रोग के लक्षण - Symptoms Of Mental Illness!

Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Singh 87% (192 ratings)
Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Lakhimpur Kheri
मानसिक रोग के लक्षण - Symptoms Of Mental Illness!

मानसिक रोग भी आज के भागदौड़ से भरे जीवन की एक कड़वी सच्चाई है. इस रोग की सबसे हैरान करने वाली बात है इससे इनकार करना या इसे लेकर जागरूकता की घोर कमी. दरअसल हमारे यहाँ ऐसी मानसिकता निर्मित हो गई है कि मानसिक बिमारी को हम शर्मिंदगी से जोड़ कर देखते हैं. जबकि इस चक्कर में न जाने कितना नुकसान हो जाता है. कई लोग तो इसके लक्षणों को भी नहीं जानते हैं जिससे कि इसकी पहचान करके इसका इलाज करा सकें. आज का हमारा लेख मानसिक रोग के प्रकारों और उसके लक्षणों को ही चिन्हित करेगा.

1. मनोभ्रंश रोग

लक्षणों में भूलना, सीमित सामाजिक मेलमिलाप और सोचने की कमज़ोर क्षमता शामिल हैं, जिससे रोजमर्रा के कामकाज प्रभावित होते हैं. याददाश्त जाना, समय के साथ दिमाग का कम काम करना, ठीक से बोलने और समझने में परेशानी, बातें बनाना, भटकाव, शाम के समय भ्रम की स्थिति, सामान्य चीज़ें न पहचान पाना, या सुध-बुध खोना.

2. अवसाद

उदासी या दिलचस्पी खोने की सतत भावना जैसी गंभीर अवसाद की विशेषताएं कई व्यावहारिक और शारीरिक लक्षणों की ओर ले जा सकती हैं. इनमें नींद, भूख, ऊर्जा स्तर, एकाग्रता, दैनिक व्यवहार, या आत्मसम्मान में परिवर्तन शामिल हो सकते हैं. अवसाद आत्महत्या के विचार के साथ भी जुड़ा हो सकता है.

3. ध्यानाभाव एवं अतिसक्रियता विकार के लक्षण

लक्षणों में किसी बात में कम ध्यान दे पाना और अति-सक्रियता शामिल हैं. व्यवहार संबंधी: अतिसक्रियता, अत्यधिक संवेदनशीलता, आक्रामकता, खुद पर नियंत्रण में कमी, चिड़चिड़ापन, बिना सोचे-समझे जल्दबाज़ी में काम करना, बेचैनी से शरीर हिलाना-डुलाना, या शब्दों या क्रियाओं को लगातार दोहराना.

4. जुनूनी बाध्यकारी विकार के लक्षण

ओसीडी अक्‍सर कीटाणुओं के डर या चीज़ों को रखने के एक ख़ास तरीके जैसे विषयों पर केंद्रित होता है. लक्षण आमतौर पर धीरे-धीरे शुरू होते हैं और जीवन भर बदलते रहते हैं. लगातार कुछ करने से खुद को रोक न पाना, किसी काम को करने के अपने तरीके से हटकर काम ना कर पाना, खुद के शब्दों को बेमतलब दोहराना, गतिविधियों को दोहराना, चीज़ें जमा करने से खुद को रोक न पाना, बिना सोचे-समझे जल्दबाज़ी में काम करना, व्याकुलता, शब्दों या क्रियाओं को लगातार दोहराना, सामाजिक अलगाव, या ज़रूरत से ज़्यादा सतर्कता बरतना.

5. द्विध्रुवी विकार

उन्मादी होने पर रोगी में अत्यधिक ऊर्जा, नींद की ज़रूरत महसूस न होने, वास्तविकता से नाता न रखने जैसे लक्षण होते हैं. अवसाद से घिरने पर रोगी में ऊर्जा की कमी, खुद को प्रेरित न कर पाना और दैनिक गतिविधियों में रुचि न होने जैसे लक्षण मिल सकते हैं. मिज़ाज बदलते रहने की ये प्रक्रिया एक बार में कई दिनों से लेकर महीनों तक चलती है और इसमें आत्महत्या करने जैसे विचार भी आ सकते हैं.

6. स्वलीनता के लक्षण

अलग-अलग लोगों में लक्षणों की सीमा और गंभीरता बहुत ज़्यादा अलग हो सकती हैं. आम लक्षणों में शामिल हैं बातचीत करने में कठिनाई, सामाजिक रूप से जुड़ने में कठिनाई, जुनूनी दिलचस्पियां और बार-बार दोहराने का व्यवहार. अनुपयुक्त सामाजिक संपर्क, आंखों से आंखें कम मिलाना, खुद को नुकसान पहुंचाना, गतिविधियों को दोहराना, बिना सोचे-समझे जल्दबाज़ी में काम करना, लगातार कुछ करने से खुद को रोक न पाना, या शब्दों या क्रियाओं को लगातार दोहराना.

7. मनोविदलाता

स्किज़ोफ्रेनिया के लक्षणों में सच्चाई से परे दिखाई देने वाले विचार या अनुभव होना, अव्यवस्थित बोलना या व्यवहार करना, और दैनिक गतिविधियों में कम भाग लेना शामिल हैं. ध्यान केंद्रित करने और बातें याद रखने में कठिनाई भी मौजूद हो सकती है. बेतरतीब व्यवहार, सामाजिक अलगाव, अत्यधिक संवेदनशीलता, आक्रामकता, खुद को नुकसान पहुंचाना, खुद पर नियंत्रण में कमी, गतिविधियों को दोहराना, दुश्मनी, लगातार कुछ करने से खुद को रोक न पाना, या व्याकुलता.
 

8. दुश्चिंता

लक्षणों में मामूली घटना के लिए भी बहुत ज़्यादा तनाव होना, चिंता करना छोड़ न पाना और बेचैनी शामिल हैं. थकान, पसीना आना, या बेचैनी. चिड़चिड़ापन या ज़रूरत से ज़्यादा सतर्कता बरतना. अनचाहे खयाल या विचारों का बहुत जल्दी-जल्दी आना या बदलना. चिंता सताना, अत्यधिक चिंता, कमजोर एकाग्रता, धकधकी, निकट भविष्य में विनाश की आशंका, नींद न आना, भय, मतली, या विकंप.

9. अभिघातज के बाद का तनाव विकार के लक्षण

लक्षणों में बुरे सपने या पुरानी यादों की अनुभूति, आघात में वापस ले जाने वाली स्थितियों से दूर रहने की कोशिश, उत्तेजित होने पर ज़रुरत से ज़्यादा प्रतिक्रिया, चिंता या फ़िर खराब मूड शामिल हो सकते हैं. चिड़चिड़ापन, व्याकुलता, खुद का विनाश करने वाला व्यवहार, दुश्मनी, सामाजिक अलगाव, या ज़रूरत से ज़्यादा सतर्कता बरतना. पहले हुई किसी घटना को अचानक, बिना इच्छा के, फिर से अनुभव करना, गंभीर रूप से चिंता करना, डर, या संदेह. गतिविधियों में रुचि न होना या आनंद न आना, अकेलापन, या अपराधबोध. अनिद्रा या बुरे सपने, अनचाहे विचार या संवेगात्मक अनासक्‍ति.
 

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A Brief Overview Of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Its Symptoms, And Diagnosis!

Dr. Mahesh Hembram 87% (22 ratings)
MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MD - Psychiatry, DPM
Psychiatrist, Jamshedpur
A Brief Overview Of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Its Symptoms, And Diagnosis!

Being a perfectionist is not wrong until it does not stop you from working according to your priorities. However, when you struggle to go on with your regular routine and seem to concentrate on one particular thing, again and again, it is time you seek expert advice.

Obsessive-compulsive disorder or OCD is a medical term that refers to obsessions or excessive thoughts leading to compulsions of repetitive behaviours. A person suffering from OCD usually has recurring thoughts that he or she has no control over, which leads to developing uncountable urge of repeating behaviours over and over.

The condition is long-lasting and chronic, and when not attended to as early as possible, usually brings in difficulties to the patient in leading a normal life. Continue reading to know about its symptoms and how it can be diagnosed.

Symptoms
The symptoms of OCD can be divided into two types, symptoms of obsession and the other is symptoms of compulsion.

Obsession Symptoms:

  • Spending more than normal time on one’s obsessions, which results in disrupting one’s social, professional, and personal activities.
  • Having the same images, urges, and thoughts again and again which the patient has no control over.
  • Losing the control over his/her anxiety and anger and acting on the urge of harming others or one’s self.
  • Having unwanted and inappropriate sexual thoughts, especially developing obsessions with incest and homosexuality.
  • Being extremely obsessive and concerned about the fear of contamination that includes threats from the germs, dirt and even body fluid.

Compulsion Symptoms:

  • Constant cleaning and washing, especially washing one's own hands again and again.
  • In cases of mental compulsions, tendency to repetitively review events mentally, repetitive praying for harm prevention, etc.
  • Repetitively checking of the body parts or things around to be sure that nothing has happened to them.
  • Repeating routines such as reading the same page over and over.

Diagnosis
Diagnosis of obsessive-compulsive behaviour may consist one or various medical examinations that include,

  1. Physical examination: Physical examination is performed in order to eliminate the probability of the presence of any other complications or illnesses.
  2. Psychological evaluation: Psychological evaluation is all about discussing the feelings, thoughts, symptoms, and behaviour of the patients.
  3. Laboratory-based tests: Usually, a complete blood count or CDC is included in the lab tests where the presence of drug or alcohol and the function of the thyroid is analysed.
  4. Reference to the OCD diagnostic criteria: This step includes referring to the standard OCD diagnostic criteria to determine whether the patient is suffering from OCD or not.

Affecting people of all ages, OCD traps its victims in a cycle of compulsions and obsessions. Though a complete cure to this illness has not yet been discovered, still, with right treatment at the right time can be very effective in controlling of the symptoms while helping the patient to lead a normal life.

Depending upon the condition of the patient, the severity, and type of OCD, a psychiatrist can offer the best treatment in the form of therapies or talk sessions, or medications or a combination of both.

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Nervous Disorder - Ayurvedic Treatment For It!

Dr. Sharad Kulkarni 85% (26 ratings)
M.S - Ayurveda, BAMS
Ayurveda, Bangalore
Nervous Disorder - Ayurvedic Treatment For It!

If you are suffering from nervous diseases, you can choose the Dashamoola Ksheera Dhara therapy as an ideal treatment method. Ksheera Dhara treatment involves the flow of herbal milk in place of oil over your head and body. It is similar to Shirodhara in some ways, but is different as Ksheera Dhara has cooling effects on the body. This therapy is most suitable to be undertaken during the summer and when the weather conditions demand a cooling, relaxing effect on the body. This therapy is indicated when you are suffering from health conditions such as intense stress, and hair and skin problems.

Procedure
In this process, milk is poured continuously on the forehead and on the body, which cools down the entire system from inside. Ksheera Dhara treatment is very effective in the treatment of headaches, mental irritability and insomnia. The pouring of medicated milk on your body leads to the stimulation of the hypothalamus. It also gets soothed and hence, the functions of the pituitary gland are regulated along with induced sleep. The milk is made to flow at a slow rate over the forehead for a certain duration, specially over the glabellar region along with a mild, stimulating massage. A small cloth is usually tied around your head, above the eyebrows. For the Ksheera Dhara treatment, a traditional bronze vessel known as the “kindi” is used. As the treatment is based on milk, it is referred to as milk treatment.

Benefits
The Ksheera Dhara therapy relaxes the entire nervous system. This leads to mental calmness and reduction of stress to a great extent. The milk acts as a moisturizing agent and makes your skin healthy and glowing. It is also beneficial for eliminating fatigue, restoring vitality, improving your memory and for establishing dosha equilibrium.

In addition to all these, this therapy also helps in lubrication of the joints, relieving pain, stiffness of muscles and joints, and easing of spasms. It is proven to have benefits in the treatment of several cases of arthritis. Ksheera Dhara is also beneficial in several neurological conditions, in which a burning sensation and numbness are experienced. The entire body gets nourished and rejuvenated as a result of this Ayurvedic therapy.

If you are a healthy person, you can still undertake Ksheera Dhara therapy. Usually the treatment takes about 30 to 45 minutes per session. It is carried out in a course such as 7 days, 14 days or according to the instructions of your Ayurvedic physician. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Internet Addiction - Know More About It!

Dr. Navya Saluja 90% (24 ratings)
MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, DPM - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Gurgaon
Internet Addiction - Know More About It!

Introduction

"Get off the mobile and go outside" - are these words being heard more commonly nowadays than at any point in time before? Humanity has just stepped into one of the newest psychiatric disorders. What is worse is that the medical world is divided on whether this should be considered as a disorder, or simply be passed off as a generation gap. Let us look a little deeper about the disorder.

What is internet addiction?

Only recently did Internet addiction and phone addiction became a part of the diagnostic and statistical manual of the mental disorders i.e. Internet addiction is now effectively considered a psychiatric disorder, and there are chances of identifying and treating it using medically approved means. As the name suggests, internet addiction and phone addiction means that the person is using his creative and designated time on a medium when he is no longer required to. Simply put, it becomes an obsessive habit on part of the person to look into his/her phone and use the internet as a routine activity. Long term addiction can lead to many psychological factors such as withdrawal symptoms, depression, and general loss of awareness about the surroundings. For most people, the syndrome can be an underlying factor of an even more severe health condition that the person is trying to mask by whiling away his/her time on the internet and mobile.

Addiction in today’s world 

As of now, only two countries, South Korea and China have identified the disorder, and treatments are administered. Europe and the United States have also categorised it as a disorder, and research is being done on it. The general treatment plan that exists presently, aims to understand the patient first. The psychiatric treatment tries to successfully bridge the user and his/her addiction. From practicing different times of using the internet, to suggesting new schedules and goals, the person can be slowly be eased back into society. The purpose of psychiatric intervention is not to block the internet/ mobile usage completely, but to limit it. A person is educated to get his satisfaction in other forms, like relationships, outdoor activities.

Medical Possibilities

Though still in its early stages, the medical world has made it clear that its contribution towards these mental addictions would increase many fold in the very near future. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Break-Up: How It Impacts Our Everyday Life?

Dr. Richa Khetawat 90% (20 ratings)
Masters In Clinical Psychology, Certification in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Hyderabad
Break-Up: How It Impacts Our Everyday Life?

Human beings are designed to relish contact and interaction with one another. After all, it is what makes us different from quite a few members of the animal kingdom. Having said that, sometimes, separation between people is a fact of life and it does have an impact on the lives of the people who get separated.

One of the interesting things about separation is when it occurs between couples is not only a feeling of sadness, but also a feeling of insecurity. It is to be kept in mind that the entire process of adjusting is not only one that is to be gone through by the couple, but also by their children. While it can prompt children to become independent and not overly reliant on their parents’ love, separation can also lead to a deficit or inadequate love being provided to them in the years that they are in the greatest need of it. This is quite an unfortunate aspect of separation.

There are a range of feelings which a person is likely to feel when separation occurs and there is a lot to be done by the way of working through these emotions. The mix can include resentment, disappointment, as well as a longing for the partner, even for quite some time after the divorce has taken place. In a number of cases, the most tormenting phase of separation is the time leading up to separation and the few days following it. Facing legal challenges, letting friends and family know about their decision and undergoing the entire role change leaves the couple as well as their children fatigued.


It may be ironic, but the fact of the matter remains that a person is not always rational after a divorce. Whimsically, it can be said that a separation of a marital bond does often affect the person’s ability of separation of rationality from irrationality!

While life as a single mother is quite tough, it is intriguing that women are the ones who initiate divorce twice as often as men do! After a divorce takes place, women are the custodians of the children they had in 90% of the cases; so it is true that women do have a high level of concern for their children. Often people in a separation emotionally act the same way children do when separated from their parents. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

 

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