Why I Have Anguish All Day

Hello friends, have you ever felt strange?. You know what that means? Do you have anguish but don’t know what it’s because. Don’t worry here we’ll tell you everything about that subject, as many people wonder because I’m anxious all day.

Anguish has a lot to do with feelings that are expressed for no reason, excessive concerns cause us loss of control.

The noun distress refers to severe physical or emotional pain or distress. A trip to the dentist can cause a lot of distress to a cavity-prone person.

Anxiety is a vague and unpleasant emotion that reflects some apprehension, anguish and fuzzy fears about anything in particular. Anxiety can be caused by a variety of situations.

Some examples relate to having so much information that you can’t process everything; not having enough information, to make you feel powerless; have trouble accepting certain events, such as the death of a loved one; and experience other types of unpredictable or uncontrollable events in your life.

BECAUSE I HAVE ANXIETY ALL DAY

From a psychological perspective, fear, anxiety and anguish are three different things. But they are related and can be considered as three different degrees of the same state: the one that people experience when their sympathetic nervous system drives them to act, but the action is indeed impossible.

Fear is a strong and intense emotion experienced in the presence of a real and immediate threat. It originates from a system that detects dangers and produces responses that will increase the individual’s chances of survival.

In other words, it triggers a sequence of defensive behaviors. In humans, fear can also arise at the very idea of a potential danger.

The main neural pathways in which this defensive reaction originates are well known, as are the circuits at the center of this natural alarm system: those of the amygdala.

SYMPTOMS OF ANGUISH

The following list must be interpreted within a person’s world; these symptoms often develop insidiously and we forget what life was like before they were present and we started accepting them as ‘normal’.

However, this can be a helpful checklist for recording the state of your emotional health and deciding whether external intervention is needed.

FEELING TOO EMOTIONAL

It’s not unusual for us to become emotionally fragile to become more sensitive to emotional situations. For example, if we cry about something and think it wouldn’t normally have this effect on us, it can be an early warning sign of tiredness and exaggeration or that there is a disease present.

OVERWORK

While it’s clear that overwork can cause stress, it may not be so clear that being under stress can lead to overwork.

The cause of this stress can be due to a number of factors, such as avoiding home life, avoiding relationships, trying to compensate for low self-esteem, or avoiding facing one’s own or unresolved problems.

REACHING THE SLIGHTEST

When we become stressed or emotionally unwell, our resilience generally decreases. We can all recognize this when we are tired and most of us get irritated and easily frustrated.

Anger is an easier emotion to use than sadness, and when we get stressed, this is often directed at those we love.

MOOD SWINGS

When someone experiences rapid mood swings with little or no cause, it’s a warning sign that something’s wrong.

It may be that the hidden cause is that we feel overwhelmed, which in turn can lead to a loss of perspective and the feeling that we will never be able to cope. Thought can become a catastrophic nature and cause feelings of entrapment.

LOSS OF PURPOSE

Having a sense of purpose brings with it many positive aspects, such as better self-esteem.

Most people enjoy a sense of accomplishment and this can often come from meeting a challenge no matter how small. When we feel emotionally sick, pleasure in everything can diminish and we may lose our sense of purpose.

FEELING LITTLE APPRECIATED

If someone feels they are not being appreciated, it can be a symptom that not everything is ok psychologically. Not feeling understood or appreciated can lead to a spectrum of other emotions such as frustration, resentment or low self-esteem and loss of confidence.

BECOMING AN OVERCONTROL

When we lose our internal feelings of security, we often try to restore them by controlling our external environment, including others. For example, many managers will control and require staff if they have their own insecurities. As deadlines approach, they may become markedly unreasonable and later regret this behavior.

CAUSES OF ANGUISH

This emotional state is quite distressing for those who suffer from it, as it represents the fear of different circumstances that arise. It’s a very different feeling to the feeling of fear.

  • Many things can cause a person to feel distress:
  • Abuse can cause distress.
  • Child abuse can cause distress.
  • Abuse of the elderly can cause distress.
  • Bullying can cause distress.
  • Neglect can cause distress.
  • Shame can lead to feelings of anguish.
  • A person may feel distress when their life is not going as expected and there is little they can do to change it.

TREATMENT FOR DISTRESS

Antidepressant medications can be very effective in helping patients overcome depression, especially when medical treatment is combined with psychotherapy or “talk therapy” and other approaches such as cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy and group therapy.

The most commonly prescribed medications to treat depression are divided into 3 main types: SSris, SNris and bupropion.

The most commonly prescribed medications are mood stabilizers, lithium carbonate, valproate and lamotrigine, as well as so-called atypical antipsychotics. This is a chronic disease that requires chronic treatment. Even in periods where patients feel well, it is important that they continue to receive treatment.

FEEDING

To improve distress, you should eat a very balanced diet, with adequate intake of foods rich in carbohydrates, vitamins and mineral salts, nutrients all are necessary for the proper functioning of the nervous system, in addition to meals delivered 5 times throughout the day.

VALERIAN

Valerian is used to relieve all discomfort of insomnia, distress, stress and irritability. Its sedative and anxiolytic effects that go against anxiety, have been accredited through various clinical trials, so it is also recommended for the treatment of sleep disorders, since it improves the quality of this and acts on downtime.

WHEAT GERM AND BEER YEAST

Wheat germ like brewer’s yeast have, among other components, it also has a large portion of B-complex vitamins, which are highly esteemed for their calming properties, so they will help you fight anguish.

To use this remedy, you can take 2 tablets of brewer’s yeast and as many more wheat germs, a day along with a glass of water or juice of some fruit if you prefer, to help you swallow easily.

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DISTRESS

Attention my dear reader, here are my recommendations for overcoming anguish:

  • Avoid daily stress.
  • Do activities that help you get out of your routine.
  • Eat foods rich in vitamins and minerals that help your body get better.
  • Take chamomile tea, melisa, toronjil, pasiflora to relax.
  • If you feel mild distress take a few drops of Valerian in a glass of water.
  • Avoid eating disorders.
  • Don’t be afraid of anything as it will cause anxiety and anguish.

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