Understanding Your Troubled Life And Mental Health

Understanding Your Troubled Life And Mental Health


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The human mind is perhaps the most complex organism ever to exist throughout the universe. It can comprehend that it is alive, conscious, existing in the parameters of the universe and philosophically challenge how it came to be in a material world. And yet it can be so fragile and incapable of maintaining a stable grasp on reality. All too often people who are suffering on the inside, in terms of their mental state are equally suffering on the outside, with their body bearing the brunt of an unhealthy lifestyle. This battle to regain control of your life must be waged on two fronts. The most important factor to any sane and articulate mind is that is must be living in the realm of reality, and understanding the problems you face and the treatments for them is a number one priority. The state of your body is a much more physical affair, as your muscle to fat ratio can have a profound impact on your self-confidence. It won’t be easy, but there are methods which are available to you, to help remedy this complex imbalance.

What your dreams might be telling you

If you’re depressed you will notice yourself becoming an introvert as communicating and socializing with people whether it be at work or at a party, can become a stressful pattern you regularly experience. If you’ve had a strange but alarming dream, the ruminations can usually be drawn from some sort of real-world event where you felt extreme discomfort. Emotions and deep-seated feelings within the human psyche are basically just chemical reactions that occur for multiple reasons.

The nature of emotional arousal during sleep is sporadic because essentially, dreams that emit stress can be from multiple sources that you have come into contact with. These sources could be from almost any time and any age during your life and thus, the trying to pinpoint the thought that creates an emotional reaction is like looking for a needle in a haystack. If this is particularly troubling you should go and see a psychiatrist as recurring dreams of a distressing nature can be due to some form of anxiety disorder.
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Cleansing yourself

If you’re in over your head with work and family life and you just can’t bear to be trapped at home on the days you have some free time, go back to nature. A walk through the green fields of a large park can be your saving grace as a bit of peace and quiet can be truly therapeutic. Watching the world go by while laying on the freshly cut grass and admiring the sunshine can lead to moments of eureka. It’s hard to admit because looking inside yourself for deeper meaning is a tall order as not everyone can explain why they feel like they do.

However, a lack of confidence can sometimes lead you astray, and you have resorted to things, you wouldn’t otherwise recommend to a friend or loved one. If you’re struggling with a substance abuse problem and need someone to turn to, to give you affection and understanding, places like the recovery village at palmer lake can give you the structure you need to get back on the saddle.

Talking is the key that unlocks the mind

Time and time again, like a stuck record, you’ve heard this saying; ‘talking help.’ Well, it does. The issue is, finding someone who you can trust and know they will treat you with dignity when you open up your worries to them. Try to single-out a very close friend that you might have or supportive family member, and ask them out to coffee or perhaps invite them over for the drink. Beforehand you could ask them for their time, and express that you want to share with them some of the anxiety issues you’re suffering from. Sharing your inner thoughts is a great way to lose the baggage and take a weight off your shoulders.

Verbal expression is one of the rawest forms of spiritual contact between fellow human beings, as nothing comes close to a one-to-one, heartfelt and truthful conversation. What may come back to you, is a totally unexpected and new way of looking at things and the adversities you face in your life. You’re certainly not the only one, walking around feeling socially excluded and have trouble connecting with people at work; you may hear about personal experiences and take away a tangible lesson from them. There is a light at the end of the tunnel; there’s no shame in asking for a little help to reach it.

Naomi Isted
Editor in Chief, Naomi Isted is known as The Ultimate Lifestylist to her readers and viewers. She is a TV Presenter and Columnist. Ranked in the Top 100 LFW Social Media Influencers AW14 & SS15, Brand Ambassador for Pears Soap UK. Her Celebrity beauty TV Series currently airs to 27million homes on Physique TV in UAE, previously on Wedding TV in the UK. She brings fashion and beauty advice to her readers and viewers on a daily basis. She is Fashion and Beauty Columnist for Herald Scotland and has a Fashion and Beauty Bridal Blog for HELLO. She can usually be found attending celebrity fashion and beauty events in and around London and sharing the latest fashion and beauty trends with her readers.

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