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26 Februari 2018 15:00
Tulisan dari Dang Thuy Duyen tidak mewakili pandangan dari redaksi kumparan
Each of us has been faced with anxiety, insecurity or stress in everyday life. However, when feelings of anxiety and stress are not properly released, so much accumulation has a serious impact on the quality of life, they cause us to fall into mental crisis.
Depression - or mental crisis - is a disorder of human anxiety. This is also a general term used to describe people who are incapable of managing stressful emotions, anxiety or insecurity so that these symptoms are out of control.
Mental crisis can occur to a person when he or she faces extreme stressful situations, events, or events, such as serious accidents or bereavement. However, mental breakdown can also be the result of a pent-up and overwhelming feeling of tension and uneasiness, often associated with work, relationships, or conflicts or difficulties encountered in daily life, such as unemployment or divorce. Uncontrollable anxiety, tension and insecurity can build up in a person for a long time until it reaches a peak where he or she is no longer able to tolerate it, distraction Serious at work and no longer able to live normally.
Signs and symptoms of mental crisis
There are many different signs that help us identify a mentally retarded person. This person often exhibits signs or changes in his or her mental, emotional, or even personality changes after a collapse. Physical signs and symptoms, however, are always the most obvious signs. These signs may vary depending on the person and depending on the cause of the mental breakdown, including:
• Feeling isolated: People with mental breakdown are often uninterested in meeting or communicating with family, relatives or friends as always; They withdrew from almost every day of life.
• Loss of concentration: They can not focus on work, easily distracted or anxious.
• Sadness, moodiness or mood swings: Constantly depressed or depressed; easy to feel tired, exhausted; or have impulsive emotions such as anger, fear, or crying for no reason.
• Negative thoughts and self-deprecating: feeling hate itself and feel lonely, wanting to isolate itself from everything.
• Frequent hallucinations: People with mental retardation are more likely to recall events that have caused them to collapse or to have psychological traumas.
• Tend to hurt yourself: There are often thoughts related to death, suicide, or self-injury as a way to relieve anxiety.
People with mental crisis often have symptoms such as:
• Sleeping: They usually spend a lot of time thinking about negative things, causing sleep problems or sleep disturbances.
• Fatigue, tiredness: Frequent anxiety and sleeplessness make the mentally retarded person fall ill, no longer energized for daily activities of life.
• Feeling sick: exhausted body makes people fall down easily to infectious diseases and many other diseases.
• Headaches: Headaches and frequent dizziness are also a sign that helps identify a mentally retarded person.
• Gastrointestinal problems: abnormal contractions in the stomach and intestines.
• Cardiac Arrhythmia: People with severe mental disabilities are more likely to suffer from shortness of breath, chest tightness, or heart palpitations.
• Sweating: The hands are wet and thick, the body sweats hot or cold.
The way to overcome mental crisis:
1. Travel with friends
Traveling with your buddies to new lands, there are many interesting things to forget about the unpleasant things that have just happened. Taking off all worries, staying with a close friend and sharing so much also helps you soothe the pain in a great way.If you are an intimate friend, truly love your friend, they also know how to help you through. Sometimes simply do not let him alone. Being in a state of loneliness, people are more prone to the most negative things.
2. Join physical activities
Do not sit silly in the room day after day and go out. Take part in a physical activity such as team games, gymnastics, walking, etc. Or just to get into nature, plants will help you feel better, less pessimistic and sad. more boring. If you are a close friend, bring them to useful activities such as charity trips, helping the students during the season ... Meeting many people this time will help them gradually recover and calm down more.
3. Learn to accept.
Life is not always the way you want it, but it is not everything. You have to understand that everything can be different, lost ... nothing is eternal. So your shocks and grief today will be inevitable. Take it and accept as your lessons.
4. Take deep breaths
When you lose your temper in front of something, or feel beyond your tolerance, calmly breathe deeply and slowly. This is a very effective way to slow down your emotions. Deep and slow breathing helps you recognize many things that you have never realized before.
5. Share more
There are always people who are willing to listen and share with you. Maybe the problem you are facing is very deadlocked, cannot solve but you believe it, all can solve or make it softer. So do not be afraid to share the problem that you are having with relatives, close friends. They will help you relax significantly. Difficult or simply sometimes just by thinking that out. You will find out and feel confident enough to get through it all. Behind the sadness is the time to grow up.
(Dang Thuy Duyen)