Never mess with depression and here’s why
Although this may not seem obvious, however getting through the day is certainly exhausting. How we perceive the world often shapes both our thoughts and actions. This is exactly why we should be mindful of our thoughts as well as our surroundings. Mental disorders have always been associated with a strong social stigma in our society. However, it is only us who can break the shackles and come out victoriously fighting these disorders. The idea that some people are victims of mental conditions such as anxiety and depression may not even be so prominent. This is exactly why we should be aware of its subtle behavioral aspects. This blog will rediscover some of the daunting behavioral patterns that are subdued by many mental disorder victims.
You feel like you are constantly faking it
You must have heard a lot about imposter syndrome where people are constantly faking their actions and aren’t in sync with what people actually think. This is one of the basic patterns seen in several high-functionality mental disorder patients as their self-esteem is so low where even behaving as themselves seem extremely energy-draining. In fact, over time they become quite adaptive at playing someone else according to other people’s thoughts and expectations.
The good days are relatively normal
For a normal individual, a good day are days where they are happy, energetic, enthusiastic and bubbly! On the other hand, for people who are fighting mental conditions, their good days are considered normal. In a research conducted in 2018, it was revealed that most patients with depression, anxiety or other mental conditions do not feel productive, struggle to plan-ahead, and converse in social events.
Getting through bad days require enormous strength and energy
While good days may seem normal, bad days can turn out to be an absolute disaster where one may not able to find any stability or clarity. They may often feel trapped in confined places leading to a panic attack. Hence, it is advisable to step into an open place and get some fresh air. This can seem relaxing and you will be able to regain your control on your mind.
Struggle to focus
This is a very common symptom of depression and anxiety. Along with the loss of interest to pursue anything, the person will find it a tedious task to focus or manage to get anything done at all. This directly affects their psychology where they start believing that they do not have the ability to perform leading to a bad blow on their self-esteem.
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Dr. Upasana Gala is the founder and CEO of Evolve Brain Training, a Neurofeedback-centered institute that focuses on using non-invasive brain training techniques to maximize the brain's true potential.