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I m feeling afraid and insecure while going outside.....not able to talk and  work properly...I am not sure of what my mind is commanding to me exactly...feeling hopelessness...taking antidepressants also...bt not much improvement...due to bad mental health my physical health is also going down.
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Dear Sir/Madam, We can understand your situation. It is the form of piled up depression. We request you to kindly visit the clinic to get the issue/problem sorted out. Call Double nine four double zero triple seven three two. Thanks Dr.HemaKarthik
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Practice talking to strangers You can start by having small talk with your grocery store cashier. “Hi”, or “Hi how are you?” is all you need to start with. Say yes to more things Overcoming social anxiety is about getting out of your comfort zone. The more things you do that you aren’t used to, the less fear you will have. Seek medical treatment I was diagnosed with chronic depression and was put on anti-depressants. I would also regularly have sessions with a physiatrist. The treatment did wonders for me and might do the same for you. Get evaluated by a medical professional and take action on your disorders. You deserve to live a happy a life. Work on your confidence Take a good look at yourself in the mirror and see what you don’t like or would like to improve. Is it your figure? are you working out daily? are you eating healthy? what are you doing about it? You can become the person you want to become with a lot of hard work and time. Smile more often Smile more, even if you have to fake it. You’ll seem more approachable and can even make you a happier person, which will result in a confidence boost. Strive to be less self-conscious Everyone is after their self-interests, and don’t really pay that much attention to everyone else. Try to stop thinking about what others are thinking of you. The reality is that they don’t really care as much as you think and you are only overwhelming yourself with these negative thoughts. Be yourself and avoid people that are judgmental. They aren’t worth your company. Tell yourself that you do not have social anxiety Sometimes it can be a self-fulfilling prophecy; if you believe that you will be anxious, then you will become anxious solely because of the belief that you think you will be anxious. Always think positive of yourself. Conclusion anxiety = fear, so take on what fears you head on. Seek medical attention to help you with the fight, and tell yourself that you are an awesome person that doesn’t care what other people think and that you deserve to live a life without social anxiety weighing you down.
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I understand how it must feeling. You need to be assessed in a detailed way.
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consult me and need for optimize medications and explain
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You seem to have social anxiety with Depression
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You need a proper assessment and treatment
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consult online , it is a treatable condition
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Share your prescription and more details .
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consult direclty
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