AMPHETAMINE ADDICTION

What Is Amphetamine? Amphetamine is a form of synthetic stimulant type drug. It can provide a feeling of high competence to the individual’s central nervous system. In this period of time, the body might feel increased concentration and energy. Earlier, amphetamine was used to treat the mental health conditions. It can treat the conditions such […]

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Alzheimer’s & Dementia in...

Why Psychiatric Care is a Social Taboo in India: People approach multispeciality hospitals to visit cardiology, neurology, gastrology and everything but they won’t prefer to see a psychiatrist. Because in India, visiting a psychiatric care is considered as a social taboo. The individual feels that “What my friends and family will think of me if […]

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Heroin Addiction- What makes H...

Heroin addiction began in the early 1900’s as the substance was produced and sold legally for the treatment of opiate addiction and other assortments of ailments. It was believed that heroin was no addictive or so the doctors were told it was not. Later they stopped producing it once they began to see many people […]

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How to know if It’s signs of D...

“Lisa was diagnosed with Dementia at the age of 45 after memory loss and difficulty multitasking resulted in a poor performance report at her job as a nurse. The diagnosis quickly altered Lisa’s life and plans. Not only did she lose her job, but her plans for retirement drastically changed as well. She had expected […]

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Sobriety can feel like”S...

Congratulations to you have made the most difficult decision of your life: the decision to getting sober. Addiction sneaks up on us very slowly, and sooner or later it grabs us and takes control of our lives. If this has happened to you, then what we need to do is to take a good look […]

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Coping With Emotions Symptoms and Control

Human beings are essentially emotional being. Many of our emotions are positive and healthy. Some of them are negative and unhealthy. Coping with emotions is necessarily managing negative emotions and nurturing positive emotions. It involves identifying one’s own emotions, being aware of the fact that how emotions influence health and behavior and learning appropriate emotional reactions. Inappropriate and disproportionate expression of emotions like anger, fear, anxiety, and sadness will have negative effect on our health.

Emotions comprise an important past of ones personality. They determine the nature of interpersonal and social interaction and significantly contribute to one’s psychological and physical well being. Emotional maturity indicates better adjustment and health. In other words emotional maturity is a result of thinking and learning unlike intelligence and other abilities, an individual can be trained to trim his emotion at any given age of life, but childhood and adolescent year are the best period to do so.

Lack of emotional control can lead to various difficulties especially among adolescents like.

– Impulsivity
– Irritability
– Anger outbursts
– Picking up fights easily
– Indulging in violent behavior
– Poor interpersonal relationship with siblings, parents, peer, teachers
– Crying spells
– Mood disturbances
– Feeling being neglected/ rejected
– Unhealthily competition
– Scholastic backwardness
– Anxiety
– Feeling depressed

Physiological problems
Headache
Stomachache
Other body pain & aches
Nausea & vomiting
Poor digestion
Hysterical fits (pseudo seizures)
Asthma & other breathing problem
Allergies
Coping skills training:

Coping with emotions mainly involves identifying enhancing those positive emotions which promote an individual health & well being, and on the other hand identifying and handling those negative emotions which are harmful to individuals physical, psychological & spiritual well being this learning can help them to utilize their positive emotions for success in the different arena of life.

Training in coping with emotions involves the following points, this in also known as emotional literacy.

-Identifying one’s own emotions:
Being aware of ones feelings and emotions. Identifying and experiencing emotions constantly and self monitoring of emotion as they occur.

Managing emotions:
Learning to express appropriate emotions. Capacity to soothe oneself shake off immense anxiety, and ability to rationalize failures and set back so as to recover from irritability gloominess and depression.

Motivating oneself:
Using emotions positively in the service of a goal. This helps to focus on positive aspects of life. Enhance self –motivation, mastery & creativity.

Emotional self-control:
Delaying gratification and stifling impulsiveness. This ability pushes an individual for outstanding performances.

Recognizing emotions in others:
Empathy or ability to take perspective of others. This ability is helpful for “people skills” and “social skills”.

Handling relationships :
The art of relationship is, in large part a skill in managing others. This ability helps in developing leadership qualities & interpersonal effectiveness.
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