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What are the effects of excessive crying when grieving?

What are the effects of excessive crying when grieving?

Beneficial: It is so normal to cry when grieving. It is a healthy and normal part of the process! It helps detoxify the body and helps you process the grief. I am not sure what excessive crying is for you. Generally if you are crying after a month or two the same as in the first week or so you may be experiencing some depression. The homeoapthic remedy ignatia is wonderful to help with grieving....More... ...Read more

Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Grief (Definition)

Grief is a normal reaction to a major loss, and is full of unhappiness and emotional pain. Events causing grief include the end of a significant personal relationship, the death of a loved one, or another traumatic life-changing event. Each person feels grief in his own way, but there are common stages to grieving. The process begins with recognizing a loss and continues over time until a person ...Read more


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Can anyone help me with my excessive crying problem? I'm just so sad.

Can anyone help me with my excessive crying problem? I'm just so sad.

Seek help: Excessive crying and the sadness may be signs of depression. Please get help. You may find medication is needed. You may just need counseling. It is clear that something is out of balance...You deserve to be happy so get help! ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: excessive crying?

What is the definition or description of: excessive crying?

> 1-3 hrs/day: Infants normally cry a total of 1 - 3 hours a day. It is perfectly normal for an infant to cry in an attempt to communicate hunger, thirst, discomfort, tiredness, or loneliness. It is also normal for a baby to have a fussy period in the evening.

However, if an infant cries too often it may suggest a disorder that requires treatment. ...Read more

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How to reduce swelling in my eyes after excessive crying?

If the swelling is..: ..From crying, then it will go down naturally after you stop. That said, tea bags (black tea) are an excellent compress for the eyes. They contain tannic acid, which is a natural astringent and anti-inflammatory. ...Read more

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Can excessive crying cause a stuffed nose?

Can excessive crying cause a stuffed nose?

Absolutely: Yes it can. Crying in general can lead to a stuffy nose that clears as the tears stop and the mucous membranes return to normal. ...Read more

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Can Zantac (ranitidine) 150mg cause depression? Took yesterday morning and feeling mentally, foggy, dull, tired, and excessive crying over smallest things.

Can Zantac (ranitidine) 150mg cause depression? Took yesterday morning and feeling mentally, foggy, dull, tired, and excessive crying over smallest things.

Reported but rare: Depression has been occasionally reported with Zantac (ranitidine) but usually after taking for several days and more likely in "severely ill elderly patients." So if this was a reaction it is unusual; I wonder if you reacted to the fillers or binders instead of the medicine. This may just be a coincidence but the only way to find out would be to try it again...
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Does excessive crying affect eye pressure?

Does excessive crying affect eye pressure?

No: Crying results in tears on the surface of the eye, whereas pressure is derived from fluid within the eyeball itself. ...Read more

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Excessive crying last night, and as a result my eyes were v. heavy. Have now noticed my left eye has slight blurred vision, also when right is closed?

Excessive crying last night, and as a result my eyes were v. heavy. Have now noticed my left eye has slight blurred vision, also when right is closed?

Temporary: Your vision will recover from the crying. Crying removes the mucous from the surface of the eye making it dry. This blurs the vision. The mucous layer will recover in a day or so. ...Read more

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What would cause diarrhea fever nose bleed loss of appetite and excessive crying in four month old baby?

What would cause diarrhea fever nose bleed loss of appetite and excessive crying in four month old baby?

Viral diarrhea: Your child has a viral illness. He could be crying because of intestinal gas accompanying the diarrhea or he may be starting to teeth. His bloody nose is coming from mucus that has eroded his blood vessels in his nose. Use salt water nose drops for his nose. ...Read more

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Uncontrollable crying. Is it a normal part of grieving?

Uncontrollable crying. Is it a normal part of grieving?

Not abnormal: Unless you are incapacitated for long periods of time. Losing a loved one is very sad, however time is a great healer. ...Read more

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Dealing with grief is there an over-the-counter medicine. I have a hard time crying too much.?

Dealing with grief is there an over-the-counter medicine. I have a hard time crying too much.?

See a Psychiatrist: Grief is a normal response to loss. If it is disrupting your life or it is protracted you may benefit from treatment - psychotherapy and or medication. ...Read more

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Would crying excessively cause a breakdown?

Would crying excessively cause a breakdown?

Crying is a symptom.: Crying excessively won't cause a 'nervous breakdown', but it could be a symptom of a 'nervous breakdown'. If there is no underlying reason (i.e., loss of a loved one) for the crying, it's best to see your doctor. ...Read more

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My daughter has a low fever and is hallucinating and is excessively thirsty. She is contantly crying and is afraid?

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My daughter has a low fever and is hallucinating and is excessively thirsty. She is contantly crying and is afraid?

Go to ER!: This is impossible to diagnose without physical exam and labs, and the presence of hallucinations insinuates something severely wrong. Take her to the er immediately. ...Read more

Excessive Crying (Definition)

Infants normally cry a total of 1 - 3 hours a day. It is perfectly normal for an infant to cry in an attempt to communicate hunger, thirst, discomfort, tiredness, or loneliness. It is also normal for a baby to have a fussy period in the evening. However, if an infant cries too often it may suggest a ...Read more


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Crying (Definition)

Crying = release of tears ...Read more