The Cause Of Frequent Sobbing Suddenly?
, I want to ask. I suddenly pleased for no apparent reason, such as torturing me to laugh or watching suddenly, I pleased. Please answer…
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Sobbing is a condition where someone sobs while crying. Crying is the process of removing stress hormones from the body and the body's way of releasing endorphins or hormones that give pleasure. Suckling can indeed occur when you laugh excessively. However, if for no apparent reason you also experience tears, you need to be careful because you might experience depression, anxiety disorders, or disorders of the brain. In addition to crying without a cause that is difficult to stop, patients who are depressed can also experience sensations such as lack of energy, difficulty concentrating, difficult to get along with others, and feel themselves worthless. Someone who experiences anxiety disorders often feel uneasy, easily tired, easily worried, difficult to concentrate, and difficulty sleeping. Although rare, interference with the brain can also make someone cry without cause. This can happen if you have a history of severe head injuries or have a disease in the brain (such as a stroke or Alzheimer's) which disturbs the emotional regulation in the brain. You should see a doctor for further consultation. If you feel you might be experiencing depression or anxiety disorders, see the nearest psychiatrist. Psychiatrists can help you take control of whatever you experience.
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