Think Fast But Reaction Is Slow?
hello, I guess if I think like it early and it feels like it is out of balance with my movements … as an example in my mind I want to take a drink but my movements feel really slow when in fact normal.
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It seems like what you experience is normal. Indeed, every time we will do something, a new action will be realized in the form of an action after going through a thought process. This is different from the reflexes that occur without going through thought processes. Like When you are punctured by a needle, the hand will quickly move away from the needle and the mouth will issue an ouch The results of this action without going through the thought process in the brain so that it becomes faster happens.
The actions or movements that manifest in a longer time than usual, are generally experienced by people who are sick, lazy, bad mood, a lot of burden of thought, stress and depression. If your complaint is brief, in a matter of a few days, then you don't need to worry. However, if the condition occurs more than a week accompanied by a disturbance in undergoing daily activities, you should immediately consult a psychiatrist. The doctor will conduct a related medical examination through an interview. If it is discovered by a doctor of a psychologist's disorder, the doctor will provide treatment or therapy, including drug therapy or pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. Psychotherapy that will be given by doctors is cognitive behavioral therapy.
Meanwhile you do a healthy lifestyle including eating nutritious food according to your needs (don't overdo it and shouldn't be too short), take time to exercise every day (at least for 30 minutes), make enough of your time to rest or sleep (ie at least 6 hours a day) and you should be able to manage stress wisely. To avoid experiencing stress again in the future you should start to adjust your daily time schedule or schedule so that all your daily activity targets and tasks can run smoothly.
Thus hopefully useful