Top ten tips to mitigate the risk of self-harm

Regardless of the advice that people give against self-harm and I’m certainly not in favour of it, people will continue to do it. As someone who has struggled with self-harm for many years I feel that it’s my responsibility to at least advise on how to mitigate the damage a person can do, for those who are unable to stop. Continue reading “Top ten tips to mitigate the risk of self-harm”

Social Anxiety

Numerous individuals get apprehensive or unsure every so often, similar to when giving a presentation or talking for another activity. Be that as it may, social anxiety, or social fear, is something other than timidity or incidental nerves. With social anxiety disorder, your dread of humiliating yourself is exceptional—so exceptional, truth be told, that you may put everything on the line to maintain a strategic distance from circumstances that can trigger it. Yet, regardless of how horrendously bashful you might be and regardless of how terrible the butterflies, you can figure out how to be agreeable in social circumstances and recover your life. Continue reading “Social Anxiety”

Panic disorder / panic attacks

In the event that you’ve at any point encountered a sudden flood of overpowering anxiety and dread, you’re familiar with the feeling of having a panic attack. Your heart pounds, you can’t breathe, and you may even feel like you’re dying or going insane. Left untreated, panic attacks can prompt panic disorder and other issues. They may even reason you to pull back from ordinary daily living activities. In any case, panic attacks can be treated and the sooner you look for help, the better. With the correct treatment and self improvement, you can lessen or wipe out the panic, regain your confidence, and reclaim control of your life. Continue reading “Panic disorder / panic attacks”

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

It’s ordinary, once in a while, to return and double check that the iron is unplugged or your gate is bolted. Be that as it may, in the event that you experience the ill effects of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), obsessive and compulsive thoughts turn out to be so consuming that they meddle with your every day life. Regardless of what you do, you can’t shake them. Be that as it may, help is accessible. With treatment and self improvement, you can break free of the undesirable considerations and irrational inclinations and reclaim control of your life. Continue reading “Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)”

Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is an anxiety that includes consistent and incessant stressing, anxiety, and worry. In contrast to a fear, where your dread is associated with an explicit thing or circumstance, the nervousness of GAD is diffused; a general sentiment of fear or unease that continues as long as you can remember. This anxiety is less intense than an anxiety attack, however longer enduring, making ordinary life troublesome and relaxing is not possible. Continue reading “Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)”

Bulimia & Bulimia nervosa

Bulimia or bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder. It can influence anybody of all ages, sexes, or upbringing. Individuals with bulimia are trapped in a cycle of eating large amounts of food (called binging) and, with nervosa, attempting to make up for that by vomiting, taking laxatives or diuretics, fasting, or working out too much. Early support offers the most obvious opportunity for a quick and supported recuperation from bulimia/bulimia nervosa. Continue reading “Bulimia & Bulimia nervosa”