Neurology

Neurosis – the disease of modern society: how to maintain the nervous system

Constant stress, overload on work, conflicts, etc Deplete the nervous system. Prolonged traumatic situation lead to the development of psychological disorders – neuroses. In the end exhausted the neuroses the nervous system allows a person to know about any health problem fatigue, sleep disorders, anxiety, apathy, etc. But not always, frazzled nervousness, seek medical help. In the end his quality of life is getting worse and worse.

The reasons for the development of neurosis

According to medical statistics, neuroses are more susceptible to urban residents than their rural counterparts: more than 25% of the inhabitants of large cities suffer from neurotic disorders. The concept of “neurosis” United several groups of psychological disorders, which become traumatic psyche of the situation. So, to the depletion of the nervous system lead not only long-lasting tensions have been resolved. Neurosis may develop because of personality characteristics of the person: workaholics, overly sensitive people, people with low self-esteem or Vice versa – giperatidnyi.

Neuroses are more susceptible to people with a congenital asthenic type of the nervous system that is characterized by rapid emaciation. However, neurotic conditions can also cause and physiological factors: osteochondrosis of the cervical spine, which interferes with blood flow and nutrition to the brain, a frequent disease, debilitating body, particularly of an infectious nature, a deficiency of vitamins (hypovitaminosis), etc.

As suspected neurosis: symptoms

Neuroses manifest emotional symptoms when the person does not control their behavior, etc., as well as physical health problems – from sleep disorders and “galloping” blood pressure to digestive disorders. So, on the emotional level in the neurosis, the person developing:

  • Sudden changes in behavior, changes in mood for no apparent reason
  • Infantilism (adults), tearfulness, irritability
  • Anxiety, until the development of panic attacks, in which a person falls into a semiconscious state, afraid to suffocate from lack of air, etc.

Physical symptoms of neuroses include:

  • Weakness and fatigue
  • Insomnia, hypersensitivity to light, loud sound, etc.
  • Changes in blood pressure, tachycardia, pain in the heart area
  • Decreased libido (libido).

Treatment and prevention of neuroses

Neuroses ruin the lives of us and our loved ones, so treat this as important and necessary. To help resolve the traumatic human factor, to restore the vitality of the body – the task of the neurologist and psychologist. A heart to heart talk with a close friend “for a drink”, etc. will give only a temporary effect since the main problem of neurosis is resolved. But if the condition is caused by physiological factors, that without examination and proper therapy, the problem not fix it.

To avoid nervousness, it is important to not only find your way of dealing with stress, and timely treat emergent neurological diseases (osteochondrosis, intervertebral of protrusion and hernia, migraines, etc.), as they also contribute to the development of neurosis. To get rid of accumulated stress, to relieve nervous system and increase the body’s resistance to various provocative breakdown factors help massage, swimming, yoga and various meditation practices, a balanced diet, taking vitamin complexes, relaxation and adherence, physical activity, sleep, etc.

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