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What is psychosis?
"Psychosis is an umbrella term; it means that an individual has sensory experiences of things that do not exist and/or beliefs with no basis in reality. During a psychotic episode, an individual may experience hallucinations and/or delusions. They may see or hear things that do not exist. This can be incredibly frightening for the individual and, sometimes, the symptoms can cause them to lash out and hurt themselves or others. Psychosis is classically associated with schizophrenia spectrum disorders, and, although there are other symptoms, one of the defining criteria for schizophrenia is the presence of psychosis." Visas straipsnis:
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/248159.php?fbclid=IwAR0GboMMP4CBFyeN0n_GlHT6yq8n5qpBqHQJDNw6i3QceWBFSkmzxFpNSSI
Emotional Eating and How to Stop It
"Emotional hunger can’t be filled with food. Eating may feel good in the moment, but the feelings that triggered the eating are still there. And you often feel worse than you did before because of the unnecessary calories you’ve just consumed. You beat yourself for messing up and not having more willpower. Compounding the problem, you stop learning healthier ways to deal with your emotions, you have a harder and harder time controlling your weight, and you feel increasingly powerless over both food and your feelings. But no matter how powerless you feel over food and your feelings, it is possible to make a positive change. You can learn healthier ways to deal with your emotions, avoid triggers, conquer cravings, and finally put a stop to emotional eating." Visas straipsnis:
https://www.helpguide.org/articles/diets/emotional-eating.htm/?fbclid=IwAR1v_Q6ZgIk7LU4fb1s-ZaA06VDamcEkhIm6uj2W0IQlpwpN0UOLBMwOcnM
Coping with Depression
"Getting support plays an essential role in overcoming depression. On your own, it can be difficult to maintain a healthy perspective and sustain the effort required to beat depression. At the same time, the very nature of depression makes it difficult to reach out for help. When you’re depressed, the tendency is to withdraw and isolate so that connecting to even close family members and friends can be tough. You may feel too exhausted to talk, ashamed at your situation, or guilty for neglecting certain relationships. But this is just the depression talking. Staying connected to other people and taking part in social activities will make a world of difference in your mood and outlook. Reaching out is not a sign of weakness and it won’t mean you’re a burden to others. Your loved ones care about you and want to help. And if you don’t feel that you have anyone to turn to, it’s never too late to build new friendships and improve your support network." Visas straipsnis:
https://www.helpguide.org/articles/depression/coping-with-depression.htm/?fbclid=IwAR0IrtjromFj-E2bGvfHdQ5KAAUMCzgAiZtivJTUVewcNLDxFDqUZsCt7VQ

Svetainę sukūrė Danielius Šukys