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What Is The Best Treatment For Persistent Sadness
What treatment is best for me? I'm constantly feeling hopelessness and sadness , most of the time feeling some kind of pain in heart(not physical pain).
Due to this i've no concentration in work and neither i'm getting interest in work.
I'm not finding ha
Depression may be described as feeling sad, blue, unhappy, miserable, or down in the dumps. Most of us feel this way at one time or another for short periods. Clinical depression is a mood disorder in which feelings of sadness, loss, anger, or frustration interfere with everyday life for an extended period of time. ...Read more
Self-care/relaxation: Finding out what triggers your anger. Much of the time when we feel out of control, frustration might result. Identify things you can/cannot control. Work on things you can, and let go of things you cannot control. Practice relaxation (you can google the scripts), meditation, exercise; balanced diet. Establish time for yourself to help deal anger & sadness; seek help, if become overwhelmed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My therapist has me visualizing anxiety, sadness, anger and giving them hugs, embrassing them comforting them, what therapy is this? It's different
Acceptance therapy: From your description it sounds like acceptance-based therapy, which emphasizes accepting negative thoughts and emotions instead of fighting them - this can help mitigate the impact of negative emotions and thoughts. In trials it has been shown to be effective for anxiety and depression. If you have concerns or additional questions recommend talking to your therapist for further clarification. ...Read more
What exactly does sertraline do? Will it.help my sense of loneliness, anger, sadness etc.. I do.work in.therapy and have hobbies. Just need more help
Helps for depression: Sertraline helps to reduce symptoms of depression but it must be taken for at least 2 weeks. Medication alone will not alleviate all of your negative feelings. The combination of psychotherapy and meds is the best. Consider joining depression or women's support groups. Meeting people with similar interests will decrease loneliness, and regular AM exercise can also help to alleviate sadness. ...Read more
~ I have chronic sadness~ absolutly no energy~ i don't want to leave my house ~i get anxiety around people~ i h I have tried cymbalta~ efexor~ hormone therapy nothing has worked so far
No question?: I didn't see any question, but try these things while you are also continuing in treatment. Grandma's basic rules of mental health: - eat healthy food - avoid drugs and alcohol - get good sleep - exercise - be around people that love you - do something you care about ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Like perfume: There is no best without considering personal context. Also, there may be quite a few that will work for any given patient. Your insurance company will prefer you start with lowest price product. Like perfume, if you like the effect, then it is best for you. Potential for drug-drug interaction can also be a consideration, but that is a complex analysis that you need to figure out with your doctor. ...Read more
My girlfriend seems to vomit pretty frequently (at least a couple times a month) the main causes of it is usually anxiety or sadness. Although she is normally a very happy and carefree person, i think sometimes her emotions get the best of her, however is
It : It sounds like she needs to seek help from a mental health professional. She may be vomiting more frequetly than you know. If this is the case, she may be suffering from bulimia, or severe anxiety disorder. On the other hand the vomiting could be due to acid reflux disease or another gastrointestinal issue. My recommendation is that she see a therapist or psychiatrist and a primary care physician for a physical. I hope she is better soon. ...Read more
I got sadness lost of appetite because i miss my best friend am i depressed?. Because i got loss of appetite and I am sad often.
Not automatically: One can have loss of appetite and sadness when grieving an important loss -- these symptoms don't automatically mean depression. However, you've asked about this twice today so far. Because of that, i suggest consulting with a psychiatrist or other mental health professional to evaluate your complete situation. Hoping you've already seen your primary care doctor for a general health review too. ...Read more
In case of sadness or anger, I temporarily loss the ability to talk (feels like my tongue is heavy), any interpretation or cure for this?
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