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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
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
Sadness is the prob: Crying is obviously the result of the sadness. The important question why is there so much sadness? It may be related to problems, conflicts, loss, disappointments, relationships etc . It is also possible that there is an underlying mood disorder. What is needed here is a mental health evaluation. The solution will probably be some kind of psychotherapy possibly with medication ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Grief vs depression: Grief and extreme sadness are a normal reaction to the loss of a parent. Depression may also be triggered by this type of loss. I would recommend seeing a therapist to help work through the grief and determine if there is depression present independent of the grief. If there is difficulty functioning in daily life past a month it may be depression on top of the grief. Therapy helps both. ...Read more
Persistent vomitting: Forced vomitting can cause ruptured of esophagus which carries hi mortality and morbidity. It can also cause bleeding from tear at esophagus-stomach junction. Over time vomitting can cause discoloration of teeth, electrolyte disturbances, an esophagitis( inflammation of esophagus). ...Read more
Depression: Teens are at risk for pregnancy and postpartum depression. They often feel isolated from their friends and left out of social functions. They are also less likely to finish school or attend college than their non-pregnant friends. Teens are also more likely to experience mood swings from hormonal changes during pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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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