Have you ever had such misunderstanding about patients with mental illness?

You must have seen sunflowers blooming in the sun. They bloom heartily to the sun like bright smiling faces. But have you ever seen sunflowers in the shadow? They stood in the darkness that the sun could not shine, lonely and sad, and the hanging flower tray seemed to cry silently. A survey conducted by the China Center for Disease Control and Prevention in 2009 showed that there were more than 100 million patients with various mental diseases in China. According to the 2013 data released by the Chinese Medical Association, The number of diabetics with the highest incidence in the world is 139 million. Mental diseases, like high-risk diseases such as diabetes, It is increasingly becoming a common disease Read More …

What are the noteworthy side effects of antidepressants?

Depression is like the common cold, More and more popular, Reports of such and such celebrities suffering from depression keep popping up. In the treatment of depression, Drugs are a very important part. Today, Let’s talk about the side effects of medication for depression. Clinically, Depression patients often complain, After taking the medicine, symptoms such as nausea, diarrhea, anxiety, dizziness, drowsiness, headache, insomnia, dry mouth, constipation, blurred vision and so on occur. Generally speaking, Gradually increase the drug dose to the therapeutic dose, take the drug after meals, Can make these side effects less. After all, Side effects also reflect that the drug is taking effect, Unfortunately, The efficacy of antidepressants usually begins to be felt by patients in about Read More …

Don’t want to live? This may be a [disease]

Is suicide a personal right? Many countries are discussing whether people have the right to end their lives. Psychologist Thomas Szasz and doctor Jack Kevorkian believe that how people die is a basic human right that is not controlled by the state. However, other researchers said that most of the attempted suicides did not commit suicide again later, which indicates that they did not really want to end their lives. However, it must be noted that the risk of suicide again is still higher than that of the average person, so we need to intervene with the attempted suicides. In fact, most people who intend to commit suicide are hesitant about [whether to end their lives]. The choices of many Read More …

Insomnia, indigestion, muscle tension… You may have anxiety disorder?

It is normal for each of us to experience nervousness, uneasiness and even scratching our hearts at certain moments or periods due to some experiences, such as debts, homework or papers. However, some people often feel strongly uneasy and even affect their normal life. At this time, psychiatrists are required to carry out special treatment. So, how do we know if our anxiety level has reached the level of [anxiety disorder]? Yes, it is not easy: On the one hand, there are many manifestations of [anxiety disorder]: chronic anxiety, panic attacks, phobia, social fear… each has different characteristics; On the other hand, the boundary between [normal anxiety] and [anxiety disorder], like the border, is not always very clear. However, we Read More …

It is harmful to your health to worry about nothing. How can you adjust yourself?

In our daily life, we worry about the next thing from time to time, which makes us prepared in action and thought. However, if we pay too much attention to [what may happen in the future], our body and spirit may suffer some problems due to [unbearable]. For example, excessive worry can lead to anxiety and even panic attacks. It can make people have a big appetite, poor sleep quality, procrastination, hesitation, frequent forgetfulness, smoking, drinking and even trying drugs to relieve stress. In terms of mood, people who have been worried for a long time will feel that they are about to face [bad luck] or inexplicably [fear], which only makes them more worried. In their eyes, anyone and Read More …

Is it how’s experience to suffer from social phobia?

Editor’s Note: Social phobia is a form of anxiety disorder that is not the same as introversion. The following story comes from the personal experience of a friend who did not want to see a doctor. It is regrettable that she did not want to see a doctor, but she has been actively trying to recover herself. Narrator: Fu Lumei I have studied dance, painting and vocal music since I was a child. I have performed on stage many times. I am also a major in arts in university. The nature of my work has always been planning, negotiating and organizing with foreign countries. I have also been the head of media departments for several years. All along, everyone has Read More …

Anxiety

Manifestations of anxiety It is often manifested as a kind of worry and fear under pressure, accompanied by some physical reactions, such as rapid heartbeat, shortness of breath, muscle tension, elevated blood pressure, palm sweating, gastrointestinal spasms, etc. Treatment of anxiety 1. Self-regulation Patients need to find suitable adjustment methods, such as listening to music and staring blankly in a quiet environment. Patients can try self-relaxation training: Deep Breathe: Try to take a slow, gentle deep breath. Inhale and exhale 4 times and say 4 times silently at the same time. For 4 minutes or longer, See if the mood can be calm. Muscle relaxation method: By training your body muscles to relax, It can help relax body and mood, Read More …

Worried about not sleeping well and affecting the daytime exam, what should I do?

Editor’s Note: The night before the exam, I fell asleep for two or three hours at night because I was too nervous. The next day I was so sleepy that I almost fell asleep on the exam paper! This kind of state examination, of course, does not perform well. It’s a pity that I didn’t know that there was still [medicine] to cure insomnia before the exam. I missed it that year, I hope everyone will not miss it again. Now, are you in a mood of some excitement, some doubt, some expectation and some fear? We are not only worried about the coming test, afraid of the disaster, but also expecting it to pass quickly so that we can Read More …

Some ways to relieve pressure, adjust your mood and continue to struggle.

If you feel anxious, fidgety, fidgety, insomnia due to worry about the future, then you need to reduce stress. Give yourself a vacation? Is the current vacation unreliable? Dr. Clove teaches you some more convenient decompression methods. 1. Campaign As we said before, exercise is the best way to relieve stress. There are also many ways. Running, yoga, aerobic or anaerobic exercise can all help relieve stress. Step 2: Chat Talking to family or friends can also help relieve stress. However, some parents are too concerned or because of their psychological burden, chatting with their parents may be counterproductive and the pressure will be even greater after chatting. Then, you can try chatting with relatives and friends. Step 3: Food Read More …