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I don't want to commit suicide but I have no option. All people I love are suffering psychological because of me. I don't know what to do.
Can stress make your memory worse? What can psychologically make your memory worse? My surrounding have changed and my memory is suffering. Is stress?
I'm suffering from all psychological probs. I have been defeated. I'm tired.I can't try anymore. I feel sucidal now. Please help. :'(?
Psychological conditions that a lot of doctors might be suffering from in times of crisis (economy, general day to day, overwhelmed, procrastination)?
Physician stress: You're correct that many physicians are stressed these days. One recent study showed that 45.8% of physicians showed at least 1 symptom of burnout -- highest rates being in family medicine, primary care internal medicine, and emergency medicine. http://tinyurl.com/k4zjlhh having treated hundreds of my colleagues, i feel that additional methods such as mindfulness training can be lifesaving. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am suffering from little energy and motivation and always feel tired. Is this medical or psychological problem or am i just lazy?
Get evaluated: Your sx could be either medical, psychological, or both. You have to rule out medical causes first:i would recommend contacting your physician asking for complete work up. If results are normal, then you might want to speak to a psychologist to figure out what causing stress. If there's abnormality, you still might want to enlist help of a psychologist to improve coping. ...Read more
Can someone be suffering from a psychological trauma that impairs functioning from being assaulted by cybercrime and a sexual assault?
Hello doctor, I am suffering from phobia of closed spaces and of darkness. I need a psychological guidance to overcome the same.
Psychological suffering since childhood.After 20 years and dozen doctors no one agrees(adhd, gifted, mood/anxiety disorder). How can I know what i have?
Uncertainty: One approach to diagnostic uncertainty is to establish & maintain treatment with one behavioral health provider. Regular contact with one provider over an extended duration of time can increase the probability of diagnostic certainty. This in turn, can increase the precision of treatment options. However, the goal of treatment is to alleviate suffering irregardless of diagnostic label. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Yes: I am a huge fan of psychological treatment. I often find people in very intense and stressful personal circumstances expect a magic cure from anti-depressants, but a pill can't cure a bad boss, friendship, maritial problems, etc. The benefit of augmenting any medical treatment with a caring advocate who can help you see clearly through solutions depression itself often clouds can be key! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Absolutely: I'm not sure if i understand your exact question, but all pain has a psychological component and although it can play a more or less significant role, it is almost never absent. That's part of why general anesthesia involves you being unconscious. Pain experience is psychological in some way. It think you want to know if it can be there w/out physical cause. The answer is yes - it can be. ...Read more
Mental health : Basically we all have some psychological issues in our lives. As a psychologist I tell people when symptoms interfere with your everyday functioning then there could be a problem. Also, if you are unhappy about an issue in your life and you cannot find the solution on your own professional guidance could help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Working out: move lymphatic fluid (sludge) out of the body. Hence we can feel more clear-minded and positive. It also raises the level of endorphins in the body which are responsible for elevated mood. Overall health is improved as can be self confidence due to controlling what can be controlled in life, i.e., a workout schedule. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Start by making an: appointment with your GP and let him/her ask you a bunch of questions to see what you really need. S/he will refer you to the next specialist for further examination (psychiatrist, psychologist, etc.). You might go to your insurance plan for a list of covered docs, to save some cash. Or, community clinics and public clinics are a good place to start. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer