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I am suffering from extreme sadness  mood fluctuations can't think to one decision lack of interest in doing anything always gloomy
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Hi Tips to get and stay motivated Get out of bed and out of pajamas. The simple act of getting up is a good first victory of the day. ... Go for a walk. ... Get your hands dirty to get a mood lift. ... Don't overschedule. ... Avoid negativity. ... Stick to a routine. ... Socialize. ... Create a support network. But please seek a personal consultation to discuss in detail and rule out psychological disorder Consult with me or any psychologist for therapy and counseling online All the best
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Hi, Stress is a very common part of our life. We should know how to deal with it and learn coping skills, as life keeps throwing challenges at us. Many a times stress keeps us motivated and makes us to accomplish lot of work, at the same time stress can also cause lot of worries and lead to unnecessary overthinking, restlessness, irritability. If this negative symptoms and negative thoughts continue for longer duration of time then it starts disturbing a routine Which can lead to sleep disturbances, low confidence, low self esteem continuous negative thoughts, constant worrying. Try these techniques and tips to overcome stress 1 Learn relaxation techniques like slow deep diaphragmatic breathing, progressive muscle relaxation technique 2. Practice yoga and meditation 3. Practice mindfulness 4. Regular physical exercise 5. Avoid excessive coffee or tea 6. Good balanced diet 7. Good night sleep 8. Quality family time 9. Good social network 10. Keep yourself occupied with work that you love All the best be happy 💐💐
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Consult a psychiatrist if the problem persists
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sleep disturbances usually gets better by changing your sleeping habits. Do 1. Go to bed and wake up at the same time every day – only go to bed when you feel tired 2. Relax at least 1 hour before bed – for example, take a bath or read a book 3. Make sure your bedroom is dark and quiet – use thick curtains, blinds, an eye mask or ear plugs exercise regularly during the day 4. Make sure your mattress, pillows and covers are comfortable Don't 1. Do not smoke or drink alcohol, tea or coffee at least 6 hours before going to bed 2. Do not eat a big meal late at night 3. Do not exercise at least 4 hours before bed 4. Do not watch television or use devices right before going to bed – the bright light makes you more awake 5. Do not nap during the day 6. Do not drive when you feel sleepy 7. Do not sleep in after a bad night's sleep – stick to your regular sleeping hours instead
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Hello miss. I read ur problem ,it's not easy to discuss such pain so I really appreciate ur concern toward mental health. Mam, one thing I would like to share wid you ,mood is very delicate part of everyone's life. It's a catalyst for nearly every process we are or will be bound to. Any disruption , conflict in mood expresses an unhealthy emotions & behaviour. And this unhealthiness influences ur day to day life activity. Since the description of ur problem is too less and inadequate to conclude any of ur situation . Mood can be affected by numerous factors that can be from our inner body or external world. The detailed discussion is must,to understand the origin of ur problems. I recommend  not to exploit ur brain & neurons further. Take a necessary step forward to speak more for urself.
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*Pls consult a Psychiatrist / Neuropsychiatrist of  ur choice and get rid of this problem. * Any doubts or talk if u feel necessary to have, i      welcome you to reach me.
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** I request not to take any impulsive desicions . ** Have a safe & peaceful day.
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Hello there, These symptoms are indicative of depressive features. To confirm the diagnosis or to look for other signs and symptoms shall require you to consult a professional. However, if you think that you can manage your symptoms by indulging into selfcare, reaching out to close ones, bringing some change into your environment then you can try these for couple of days. If it still seems difficult, then please reach out to a professional.
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