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🧭 Anxiety

    An unsettling moment when the chest and body become tight clammy, warm feeling that smothers the body unexpectedly, making it difficult to breathe, just like gasping for air. The feeling is unpleasant, uncomfortable as anxiety just shows up. Uninvited with a struggling intense fear, emotion, or trigger induced anxiety attack.

Learn to Recognize the Signs of Excessive Worry Anxiety disorder is the most common mental disorder in the United States, affecting up to 18 percent of the population. Anxiety disorders are a category of mental health diagnoses that result in excessive nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worry. These disorders change the way a person processes emotions and behaves, as well as causing physical symptoms. People with these disorders experience feelings of fear and insecurity that interfere with daily activities and last for 6 months or more.    

People with anxiety disorders often experience intense, excessive, and persistent worry and fear about everyday situations. People with GAD worry endlessly about everyday issues such as health, money, or family issues, even when they realize there is little reason to worry.    

Anxiety is an intense feeling of anxiety or discomfort, often a situation with uncertain outcomes, when we are faced with something stressful. At lower levels, anxiety, often referred to as “stress,” can be a healthy and motivating response to a specific life situation.    

It can be difficult to relate to these issues, and as a result, many people don’t know how best to help a person with anxiety. If you feel that your anxiety is excessive, distressing, and/or interfering with your daily activities or functioning, it is important to see a mental health professional. When anxiety is frequent, intense, severe, and prolonged, causing constant discomfort and suffering, it is important to discuss this with your doctor. Illness-induced anxiety disorder includes symptoms of severe anxiety or panic that are directly related to health problems.    

Typically, anxiety disorders involve recurring episodes of intense anxiety and sudden bouts of fear or terror that peak within minutes (panic attacks). Everyone experiences these panic attacks from time to time, but with panic disorder, the attacks are regular and a source of anxiety in themselves. When a person experiences repeated panic attacks and is concerned about future panic attacks or their consequences (e.g.    

It’s not always easy to recognize when anxiety is causing you to feel or act differently. If you’re feeling anxious, it’s important to understand what’s causing it, how it’s different from normal stress, and what types of anxiety you might be experiencing.    

In severe cases, such as some we’ll see below, anxiety can lead to uncontrollable disorientation, fear or anxiety, and the inability to think clearly or make good decisions. Social anxiety disorder causes people to avoid social situations and interpersonal contact so that everyday life becomes extremely difficult.    

Each person experience anxiety in different ways. Knowing how your situation can be triggered can reduce future attacks. Once you are aware of the intensity of your anxiety attack. Different medications and techniques can help prevent future anxiety attacks. Its okay to ask for help. Take care of yourself.

Until our minds meet again. Be safe out there. Blessings and much love.. Remember Everyday Minds Matter 🦋

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👫 Time, Relationships And “You”

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Now is the time to talk about relationships. The time spent to balance life and yourself can be challenging. Given daily routine, stress and life events can effect time put in a relationship. How we manage our time to balance relationships is important. Today, time management is our starting point to establish healthy relationships. Let’s get started…

The goal here is to find positive balance in relationships.

Some of us were given quality time with our partners, family, friends, or live in etc. during the covid-19 shutdown?. How was spending more time with another person nearly 24 hours a day? For days in and weeks in at a time? Did you welcome the time spent? Or did you spend time alone? How does your relationship make you feel? How you feel about each other, talk about the conflict between you, and ask what you can do next week to make your partner feel loved. If you or your partner notice a change in the way you express your love and desire to spend time together, it may be time to consider whether your relationship is happy or not. 

If you want a healthy relationship, you need to learn to recognize the signs that you need to spend more time together. Having quality time with your partner is the best way to keep your relationship healthy and strong. In fact, one of the most common reasons relationships fail is because couples don’t spend enough time together.

Every couple needs to spend time together for the relationship to grow and develop. The more you improve the quality of your time together, the more your relationship will grow, even if you don’t spend as much time together as you would like. When spending time together, it is important to find the perfect time balance that will benefit your particular relationships. Communicate regularly, create new plans together, learn hobby together. Adding fun time help balance the enjoyment of the relationship.

If you spend time together regularly, there are many different signs that your relationship will last. Here’s what to look out for. In the early stages of a relationship, you can’t always spend as much time with your partner as you want, so you need to make the most of the time you have. The point is, if being in love feels good when you spend time together, then you need to make time for the relationships in you life. Quality time should feel satisfying. You want extended time with a person or person’s. The time will form a connection to want more stimulation. This forms a bond or level of comfort to stay connected. Of course over time, more time spent you learn more about a person. Time is important to the quality in a relationship.

Sometimes it’s hard to tell when you’re not spending enough time in a relationship. It could be that time is running out for the relationship. One partner wants to learn and develop further, while the other is at a point in their life when they are tired of change. One of the most common complaints between couples is that their partner doesn’t invest enough time in the relationship. Over time the relationship becomes completely one-sided.    When the relationship offers stress, discomfort, and forced the relationship is unhealthy. Unhealthy relationships are unfit with time or no time spent together. The relationship will take time to end, if not ended sooner.

Being in a relationship doesn’t have to take up all of your time. Even the healthiest relationships have communication breaks. When you make time for yourself, be sure to communicate you need time for yourself. Let your partner understand it’s not because of relationship problems.  It can be a positive benefit to take a breathe of fresh air. Have time to yourself to regroup and recharge. Healthy relationships support each other when free time or me time is needed. Allowing your thoughts to realign with your needs and wants. A peace of mind to miss the other person or relationship.   

If you want to prioritize your relationship, you need to start making time for your partner. It’s easy to have a healthy relationship if you make it priority to spend time together.

I am interested to know what the time problem looks like in your relationship. Time in a relationship can be seen as a personal sense of whether now is the right time to be intimate and involved with someone. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms in a relationship, know that quality time spent together can reverse the negative effects of the above symptoms.  The pandemic has negative effects on relationship causing divorce rate to increase. If quality time helps a relationship, how does to much time spent together, effect the relationship?

Feel free to comment and share your experience. Until our minds Meet again. Be safe out there, blessings and much love. Remember, Everyday Mind’s Matter 🌸

🎭Mental Health Challenges🎭

Be Priority

Hello and welcome🌼 Thank you for visiting Everyday Mind’s Matter. We all face mental health obstacles. Today and forward it’s okay to not be okay. Never feel ashamed or alone for mental health help. Many resources are available. Mental health is crucial to a stable health life. As inflation now controls finances, employment, daycare, grocery shopping, transportation, and housing needs mental health challenges rise. Stress and anxiety increase daily as our world is unpredictable.. We fear the unknown since covid-19 , a year of social distancing & world shutdown / lockdown – an unforgettable experience.

No one wanted to be unemployed, or homeless, as a new world evolved.- Communicating and interacting with others We all adjusted our routine to be safe. Adapting to a new world, that has challenged our well-being daily. We don’t wake up and say, “I think, I will skip coffee, have brain fog, and anxiety with depression today”.

Anxiety disorders are a group of mental health disorders that includes generalized anxiety disorders, social phobias, specific phobias (eg, agoraphobia and claustrophobia), panic disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and post-stress stress disorder, traumatic. Untreated anxiety disorders can lead to a significant deterioration in people’s daily lives. Some common mental health issues are anxiety, depression, eating disorders, substance use, and trauma. Signs of fatigue, social isolation, or mood swings may indicate a developing mental health problem, such as depression or a substance use disorder. As before the COVID-19 pandemic, adults with poor general health (which may reflect physical and mental health) continue to report higher rates of anxiety and/or depression than adults with generally good health. The likelihood of having comorbid mental disorders may be heightened by their vulnerability to severe illness caused by the coronavirus. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, some populations are at greater risk of worsening mental health and may struggle to get the care they need. A major challenge in integrating care for central nervous system disorders with other chronic disease treatments. Despite the growing burden of central nervous system diseases worldwide and affecting people often do not have access to mental health care in upper, middle and low-income countries. To address this issue, the Great Challenges in Global Mental Health initiative has set priorities for research over the next 10 years that will impact the lives of people living with disorders of the central nervous system. Even incremental gains in addressing serious global mental health problems could result in significant economic benefits and improvements in quality of life, including a reduction in the misuse of health services and increased productivity in the coming years, far outweighing the long-term investment costs. Mental disorder care should be integrated into primary health care and other priority global health plans. With proper care and treatment, people can learn to cope with mental illness or mental health problems and, in many cases, recover. With proper care and treatment, many teens with mental health or substance abuse problems can recover. A mental illness or mental health problem is something that causes mild or severe disturbances in thinking and/or behavior resulting in an inability to successfully cope with normal life demands and routines. Mental illness is a general term for a group of illnesses that may include symptoms that affect a person’s thinking, perception, mood, or behavior.

Adolescents with mental health problems themselves are particularly vulnerable to social exclusion, discrimination, stigmatization (which affects their willingness to seek help), learning difficulties, risky behaviour, poor physical health and human rights violations. The well-being of the most vulnerable users of the health care system, for whom symptoms of mental or somatic disorders lead to permanent disability, can be a sensitive indicator of the need of society for comprehensive care. A mental health issue left unaddressed can become a bigger issue that also affects physical health: think about how substance use and changes in sleep and eating habits affect the body and mind. In addition to depression or anxiety, adolescents with emotional disorders may also experience excessive irritability, frustration, or anger. Most mental illnesses are treatable, and effective treatments are available. Most mental illness cases are preventable. However, mental disorders are associated with high economic costs, as they cause major economic losses due to lost work productivity, increased.

Take care of yourself. When you feel somethings not right, it most likely isn’t. It’s okay to reach out for help and use resources.. Make mental health a priority so future issues can be avoided. Until our minds meet again. Be safe out there, blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Mind’s Matter 🌸