Overcoming A Fairly Severe Depression At The Age Of 20 Years?
hello, I’m ochi I’m 20 years old. I was confused what I had to do. I experienced a period where my brain could not stop working. I always imagined the things that made me depressed. For example, in the afternoon I accidentally dropped my friend’s pen. I until I want to sleep, sometimes I even cry because the shadow can’t go away from me and makes me tired. Thank you.
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Anxiety is a feeling where someone thinks about a situation or problem excessively. Anxiety is often accompanied by anxiety. If the worries and anxieties are in the right portion, then often it can be beneficial, because someone is becoming more anticipated of events that can occur. However, if the worries and anxiety are felt excessively, then a person can be distracted, unproductive, no appetite, so that it can cause physical symptoms such as frequent palpitations, tightness, trembling, difficulty sleeping, nausea, vomiting, etc. If excessive anxiety and anxiety is not handled properly, then a person is more prone to suffer from depression or other mental health disorders.
Some of these things can be tried to help reduce excess worry:
1. Evaluate again about what causes you to worry about certain things, and try to find ways to anticipate them.
2. Tell your problem to someone you trust, such as friends, parents, or a doctor. If you can't tell stories, you can start writing a daily book / journal and overflowing there.
3. Doing relaxation and meditation.
4. Exercise regularly.
5. Do hobbies and things that you like.
6. Limit consumption of caffeine, avoid cigarettes and alcohol.
If the methods above have not succeeded in changing your feelings, it would not hurt you to consult a doctor or psychiatrist to assess the condition and be given the appropriate solution.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.