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Emotional breakdown
Disturbed sleep, frequent bad dreams, frequent emotional breakdown - a lot of crying and then back to normal, tension, stress, helplessness, fear, anxiety.
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I am sorry to hear that you are going through all these difficulties. It is commendable that you have decided to approach a platform where you want to find solutions. I encourage you to speak freely regarding all these issues to a qualified psychiatrist who would help formulate a plan tailor made to your needs.
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See a qualified psychiatrist
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You seem to be suffering from symptoms of depression possibly due to a stressor. Please see a psychiatrist as soon as possible.
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hi dear, thanks for your approach. All these feelings relates to emotional disturbance of some incidence/ relationship. those thought which is stored in mind, it is reflecting in dreams naturally the sleep will be disturbed. It seems that you require an emotional support, in which you can share the feelings you are experiencing. Before it get worse, you can approach psychologist/ professional in your place. stay positive. take care.
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You can contact few psychologist through online also.
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to manage your emotions practice Yoga and meditation
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Was there  any incident  which happened,  after which  you feel all those symptoms. Do feel you are left alone ?!! It might be useful to share your feelings  and disturbances to a professional,  so that you could get a clarity.!!!!
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Do consult a psychologist.
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You have not mentioned for how long do you have these problems. Are they of long duration or recently started after some stressful situation? From the information provided some anxiety & depressive features are present.
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You need to visit a psychiatrist/ psychologist who will evaluate you in detail & accordingly suggest treatment.
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