The Habit Of Walking Fast, Smiling To Yourself, Easily Anxious When In Peace?
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The existence of certain habits that you normally do such as walking fast, smiling to yourself, easily anxious when in peace and there are screaming and innate easily sad, then in general all this is a normal and normal condition. This reasonableness in the sense that as long as all of this you are aware of, can be controlled and adjusted normatively. Thus, you can evaluate and start controlling it.
But if in the context of all these complaints you are not aware of and have affected the quality of your social life or you cannot control it, then this condition needs to be considered and needs professional help.
Sadness and sadness can sometimes accompany you when you feel excessive physical fatigue, lack of sleep or are facing some problems that require your focus and attention. These things can cause your mood to be uncomfortable and may lead to a feeling or sad mood. Therefore, take care of your stamina, your health, and the quality of your sleep, this will be able to help control your feelings of sadness within reasonable limits.
Whereas there is anxiety in crowds that you may rarely encounter, or great crowds and when there are screams, in general this is a natural thing, this anxiety is a form of your vigilance and your adjustment to situations that you may never have meet with. So controlling your mood and controlling anxiety in conditions like this are also needed to be able to understand the situation around you. By understanding the situation of the crowd or by thinking positively on the screams you hear, this will help control this anxiety.
If you smile easily, then this should be natural, but if you smile for no reason, it is necessary for you to control it. Understanding the surrounding situation and confidence can help control a smile as you walk. And this is usually related to your habits when walking.
Because all these possibilities are still within reasonable limits and you are also aware of your habits, so if you feel these habits and you realize are uncomfortable for you, then the most important effort is self-control over all forms of habits that you think are inappropriate. Some efforts you can make to control this complaint such as:
1. Ask for help from friends or family to remind you when walking fast
2. Hold your friends or relatives to help control your brisk walk
3. Use a face mask if you try to control your own smile when walking
3. Avoid daydreaming
4. Avoid loneliness or avoid insinuating, gathering with family during leisure will provide a happy atmosphere with the family
5. If there are problems or stressors, tell your family or close friends to help you feel sad
6. Avoid sleeping late at night
7. Avoid conflict
8. Idealize weight
If this effort or some of your efforts do not help control this complaint, then you should consult directly with a psychiatrist or psychologist. The doctor will conduct an interview regarding this complaint. Physical examination and psychiatric examination will be performed to confirm the presence or absence of other medical conditions such as depression, post-traumatic stress, or mood swing; or because of thyroid disorders or bodily ailments that affect your psychological state. The results of the examination will be a reference in care and handling if needed.
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