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Well, it would be: Helpful to explore what is wrong. Recommend seeing your physician to rule out any medical conditions that could be contributing? You can chose to have a more positive life experience. But, it takes commitment, desire & effort to make a turn around in attitudes. Have you considered seeing a clinical psychologist in your area for cognitive behavioral therapy or some other form of psychotherapy? ...Read more
I remain hopeless.. life seems to be a burden. There is no motive. Feel like taken away in rapture today itself.
Depression: I would suggest you talk with someone. Life events can sometimes be difficult to manage alone and seem hopeless. It helps to communicate your feelings. ...Read more
Ask for help: Most care givers in this country are "unskilled" unpaid (family). It is often a fulltime job and can wreak havoc on your health. "me" time is imperative. Take time for yourself- get help, deal with stress in healthful ways. Reach out to organizations that can support you (ie alzheimers asoc). You are no good to anyone if you are not healthy yourself. ...Read more
Depressed a Lot: Feeling hopeless helpless worthless is one of the very disabling issue for depressed patient. Low self esteem, poor view of self image all compromise the treatment at times. Be supportive, encourage socialization, educate people around about the illness, avoid being judgmental. Discussed with psychiatrist need for therapy and work with a therapist to complement the medications if prescribed. ...Read more
Flare-ups of eczema are traditionally treated with topical corticosteroids. These reduce inflammation in the skin and are safe and effective medicines when used correctly.
Topical steroids come in various strengths, and the least potent product that is effective should be used to control the inflammation.
See your dermatologist for therapy. ...Read more
What should someone do if they're about to kill themselves but do not want help from others, as they do not want to be a burden?
Situations do differ: Assisted-dying is not illegal in about 5 states in the U.S., so if an adult there has a terminal illness, or is in a comparably bad situation, he has the right as a free American to choose his own destiny. However, many people become suicidal for other reasons, which are often temporary (breaking up with a loved one, loss of a job, etc...), so calling 911 to save them gives them a second chance. ...Read more
I had lot of anxiety losing my girlfriend...But now the anxiety turned into a feeling of burden... It feels like breaking up would be a relief. Help?
Relationships hard: The mind plays such interesting tricks to justify feelings. Relationships can be demanding, but also joyful. If you focus on joyful, it can be wonderful. If you focus on demanding, it can be burdensome. When one makes a commitment to anything, whether a person, a job, an academic situation, it may cause anxiety. Think about how you feel about other commitments and how you handle them. ...Read more
I am too sensitive bcz of emotional problem. I m 19 but I feel too burden on my shoulders help me:?
Emotional Problems: What we will view as dangerous, threatening, or making us feel vulnerable as adults are those things our brain stores away while we are between birth and adolescence. You had no control over that but you do not now have to believe what you learned. Even though you may automatically react there is hope. Try my free video series www. Charlesglassmanmd. Com or my book brain drain on kindle. Good start. ...Read more
What to do if you are in constant pain, have no hope left for the future and are a burden to everyone around you?
How do we know if it's ok to ask for help and that fears thoughts are valid enough when others suffer, how do we know that we are not just a burden?
It's okay to ask: The right person to ask help from for fears and troubling thoughts is a mental health provider. You will not be a burden - that's why they're there. Even if there are people worse off, we all hope for some less tragic or difficult cases. It may be different w/ friends/family who may not be able to help and may just feel scared and helpless. That, not you, would be the burden. Get the help you seek ...Read more
I feel so guilty for being alive and being a burden that I need to die, is it reasonable to send a letter explaining that to the psychiatrist to say?
Speak directly: It sounds like perhaps instead of thinking about a letter to your psychiatrist you go immediately to you nearest ER. If things are this bleak you must seek emergency intervention. It's concerning you state you NEED to die. Your psychiatrist would rather openly communicate about your feelings than read about it. ...Read more
Calcium: It depends on why you are why you are taking calcium (supplement, antacid, vitamin) and if you have kidney disease. If your kidneys are healthy, most calcium is safe. For example, calcium carbonate can be used as an antacid or a calcium supplement. The body will use what it needs and get rid of excess as along as you do not over do it. ...Read more
Are feeling trapped and burden, do not belong to yourself, do not have freedom signs of depression?
Depression: These experiences could be signs of depression, or could also relate to your life situation (which might elicit sadness, etc). The illness of depression also includes changes in sleep, energy, and appetite -- either increases or decreases. At the very least, it sounds like speaking with a psychologist or psychiatrist could help you. Also a good time for a health checkup with your family doctor. ...Read more
I feel depressed. Burden to everyone because of my health peroblems. I've tried everything. My life is falling apart. What do I do. Help me..
Medical problems: Are difficult to deal with no matter what age you are. See your primary doctor and discuss your concerns - referral to a psychologist or a psychiatrist would be helpful. You may need to just talk through your problems but also medication may help the process of adjusting. You are never alone, no matter how alone you feel. ...Read more
Hi. Whenever someone gets attached to me or I with them I start to experience all what they feel. Its a burden on my heart & v.heavy feeling. Kindly help?
Attachment: I'm sorry for how you feel when you get emotionally close to others. It sounds as though you are subconsciously afraid to form an attachment or commitment. Maybe you've experienced a recent loss of a loved one, or you have a past relationship that you are not over yet. You should consider talking to your regular doctor, and asking for a referral to a Psychiatrist or Psychologist to talk it out. ...Read more
Need more info: I assume this was detected via an ultrasound. The significance depends upon whether you are having symptoms or are assymptomatic. At the very least, you need to stop smoking, get a lipid profile and consider a statin medication, good blood pressure control is also important. This will need followup with your physician. ...Read more
I had mens feb 3 and feb 17 I had heavy bleeding til now, feb 19. I'm stressed at work and recently emotionaly burdened?
Irregular: Bleeding can have several causes but u may wanna consider the pill so it's not adding to your stress. Are u sleeping ok at night or waking up all night knowing u have to make it through another day fatigued? Having crying spells? If so you may have some depression which is easy to treat. We can do a private but consider going to get seen. ...Read more
Could every breath of polluted air you take contribute to your dioxin body burden, causing mutagenic, carcinogenic, and neurotoxic effects?
Whoa: You're reading disinformation. Dioxins aren't even mutagens. I'm sorry you found this stuff -- which is made up by "advocates" to get political benefits -- and that it's gotten you all worried. But you can't go through life like this. Look around you. People in the developed world have never been healthier. Be grateful, and stop letting your mind be darkened in this way. ...Read more