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I am a mother of 2.5 yrs old baby girl.. I am a home maker and preparing for civil services exam through online coaching.. I am going through a tough time.. struggling to keep my mental and physical self healthy.. I have support from in laws and husband in taking care of baby.. no problems from any body.. it's just me.. may be my hormones.. every 2 weeks before my periods , I have terrible mood swings.. extreme crying , irritation , anger for no valid reason.. this affects my concentration in studies as well.. I live in West Bengal border in a village as my husband is working in defense in Bengal borders.. I don't have proper access to health professionals during this lock down time. Plz assist me .. struggling hard to control my sudden burst of anger.. it affects my relationship plz help.. I came across a term in internet last week, PMDD it best describes my condition.
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Hello dear thanks for your approach, I appreciate your courage in seeking help and you are aware of the reason for your emotional disturbance.That's good that you have a support from people around. Yes it could be part of PMS , you can try reducing it by few steps as I will suggest. 1. Focus on some activities that makes you happy, 2. Enjoy the small activities and smile of your child 3. Try to divert with the colour, playing like a splash painting. 4. For a while focus on your breath, it could help pausing your thoughts, 5. Understand the external trigger for your emotional disturbance apart from hormone reason. 6. During those times take a break in your work, try to divert in doing your favourite. 7. Cooking, gardening, spend time with your child and family, 8. Try to share your emotions with whom you are comfortable.
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I can understand your situation and the emotions you go through.. I appreciate you for having a thought to seek a professional support rather than fighting it with yourself.. I am ready to support in overcoming this Anxiety so that, you can fulfill your aspirations... You can reach me for an online consultation through this app.. https://prac.to/hema-sampath-psychologist-dir
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YES, PMDD MIGHT BE A POSSIBILITY. SINCE YOU HAVE GREAT INSIGHT ABOUT YOUR PROBLEM AND WHEN IT STARTS. YOU NEED TO LEARN TO MANAGE YOUR ANGR AND FRUSTRATION. SEEK SUPPORT OF YOUR IN LAWS AND FAMILY IN HELPING YOU MORE DURING THAT TIME. ANGER COMES WHEN WE FEEL OUT OF CONTROL AND THINK THAT THINGS ARE NOT GOING WAY. SO FIGURE OUT WHAT YOU WISH TO CONTROL IN YOUR LIFE AND ENVIORNEMNT AND LOSE THAT EXPECTATION. OFCOURSE YOU CAN CHOOSE TO HAVE MORE SESSIONS TO ACTUALLY WORK ON ANGER AND MANAGE IT , OR REDUCE IT.
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Hi friend thank you for choosing this platform to express your difficulty . Multitasking and carrying out each task effectively is a challenge . Procrastination is a common way to escape .
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Pl book Tele Counselling sessions with an experienced Psychologist to guide you to regain Emotional stability & resolve your on going adjustment issues.
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Practo.com will help you reach out to Psychologist & other health professionals
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You need to give importance for physical and mental health. Some negligence of your care leads you to stressful.   Give some time for relaxation. It helps you to focus on your studies.
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I would like to help you. I would request you to connect with me online.
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please connect.
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Hi, Try these tips and techniques to de-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 https://thepositivementalhealth.com/ All the best be happy 💐💐
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seek help from mental health professional if the problem persists
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Practise Sleep Hygiene Healthy sleep is important for both physical and mental health it on also improve productivity and overall quality of life. One of the most important sleep hygiene practices is to spend an appropriate amount of time asleep in bed Good sleep hygiene practices include: Limiting daytime naps to 30 minutes Avoiding stimulants such as coffee tea and cigarettes close to bedtime Exercising to promote good quality sleep As little as 10 minutes of aerobic exercise, such as walking or cycling can drastically improve nighttime sleep quality. For the best night's sleep most people should avoid strenuous workouts dose to bedtime Staying away from food that can be disruptive before sleep. Heavy or rich foods, fatty or fried meals, spicy dishes, citrus fruits and carbonated drinks can trigger .Indigestion for some people when this occurs close to bedtime it can lead to painful heartburn that disrupts sleep Ensuring adequate exposure to natural light. Exposure to sunlight during the day, as well as darkness at night helps to maintain a healthy sleep wake cycle Establishing a regular relaxing bedtime routine. Regular nightly routine helps the body recognize that it is bedtime This could include taking warm shower or bath reading Making sure that the sleep environment is pleasant and cool, with adequate temperature.
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Hi thanks for sharing you concerns.. Plz take a consultation with me and start counselling. It’s difficult to tell you the do’s and don’ts over a message. I can help you feel better and I can help you with few activities for your kid as well.
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I understand your predicament and would like to make a few suggestions that might help you. I want you to know that with awareness of how the mind works and how thoughts are generated, you will get better at dealing with them and thereby overcome the challenges you are facing right now. I want you to know that you are capable of doing this and will successfully deal with them. Kindly read what follows : Understanding the nature of the mind and how thoughts are generated will help you deal with them. The nature of the Mind, which in simple terms we experience as thoughts, is such that, it will keep shifting its focus from one object/topic/event to another. Ii always needs something to hold on to. Another important characteristic of the Mind is this - You will either have thoughts about the past or the future. This will keep alternating. Try thinking about the present moment - you will see that the Mind and 'Now' can never coexist. The Mind has 3 states in general. Sometimes, you may find yourself having very positive, inspiring thoughts. During other times, you may find yourself very emotional, or all charged for action. Whereas during other times, you may feel very lethargic, dull or lazy. These states will keep alternating. Having understood the nature of the mind, the first step towards mental health is to become aware of your thoughts. Learning to be an observer of your thoughts, learning to observe them from a distance like clouds passing in the sky. The next step is knowing that you have the power to choose which thought you wish to focus on and act on and exercising that power. With practice, you will have better mastery over this process. Having negative thoughts is something that plagues everybody from time to time. Trust me, even if everything was perfect, you will still find some shortcomings somewhere and brood about it. Tension or anxiety is a physiological response which is again part of being human. It is normal to have such thoughts about any situation. As mentioned above, with practice, you will learn to focus and entertain only those thoughts are healthy enough to be acted upon. Whenever you feel overwhelmed by thoughts, just bring your focus back to your breath and take a few relaxing breaths. You will automatically be able to focus on the task at hand and do what is required. Whatever you feed your mind through your sense organs will be replayed to you as thoughts. Be conscious of this. Take care of the content you feed your mind - the kind of books you read, the websites you visit, the kind of music you listen to, the kind of food you eat, the kind of company you keep ( "You are an average of five people you spend most of your time with" ) Ask yourself : Where would I like to see myself ten years from now? What should I do today to reach there ten years from now? What would I do if I knew I wouldn't fail? What would I do if I weren't afraid? No matter how impossible the answers might seem, I want you to know that you can and will make them possible. Take the first step. The rest will follow. A beautiful future awaits you. Take ownership of every time, take responsibility for it and confidently work towards your dreams and aspirations. One day you will thank these dark moments for being the fuel for your success. Please set aside time for exercise daily and make sure you eat healthy every time. Our challenges that seem to threaten our very existence are the ones that serve as fuel for our evolution. Have faith in yourself. You are capable of dealing with this. You are going to do just fine. Take care.
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Please try and get online therapy via zoom or whatsapp we can teach you some techniques for handling frustration and anxiety
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