Sub health epidemic in cities

Sub health has become the label of most urban people. Gradually, when every bit of freshness is melted into the prosperity of the city, we are somewhat overwhelmed. The huge pressure of work and life permeates the sky of the city, and the concentration is increasing. Different forms of diseases are revealed in this way.

Melancholy: the clinical symptoms of melancholy blueberries in the crowd: frowning and dazed eyes; The world in their eyes is grey; Their hearts are full of painful experiences; Many of them are self deprecating, pessimistic and even suicidal.

High incidence group: young white-collar workers and students typical case: Xiao Qu (female 21-year-old college student) “ah…!” I yelled at the window with all my strength.

I don’t believe that the sound of crying and Howling came from my throat, and my heart trembled. It was an emotional explosion, but it didn’t relieve my depression at all. I was locked in a rental house of more than ten square meters by myself, and I was going crazy! I know that my depression is terminally ill, and the pressure of study is still coming as usual. I haven’t even figured out the residential planning scheme arranged by the professor, and the deadline for handing in my homework is tomorrow!

Design needs inspiration, but now let alone inspiration, even my brain seems to have stopped rotating and become a blank. As soon as I face the computer, I am in agony because I can’t think of anything. Those who are not as good as me have won the grand prize.

Their life is so meaningful. They integrate their hobbies into design and embody their individuality in design. But my design can only be pieced together! Suffering, suffering… I can’t live like this all the time. I even have nightmares when I sleep. I’m worried about everything. I bet if even a little misfortune befalls me, I will “fall apart”.

Expert advice: in work and life, you should do what you can. In particular, don’t blindly set goals for yourself, and don’t blindly compare with others around you. Everyone’s development depends on his own specific situation. Compare with himself more and pay attention to his own progress. Only in this way can he not put too much pressure on himself.

Social phobia: clinical symptoms of not speaking to strangers: fear of being noticed, fear of making a fool of oneself in words and deeds, blushing and sweating at the sight of others, stuttering or blank brain. They feel that the safest place is to stay alone in a space surrounded by four walls. They are afraid of participating in public activities and interacting with strangers. High risk group: college students, young people just entering society

Typical case: Gao XX (male, 28 years old, self-employed) has lived in the rented house at the end of this alley for six years. After graduating from the Academy of fine arts, I live here. The landlord is also happy to rent it to me. I never bring anyone else to the house, and sometimes I will pay the rent for one or two years once I make a profit from selling my paintings.

The room is not big. A small window is opened on the east wall, which allows me to cover it with a thick curtain. In this way, there is almost no light in the room, and the lights have to be turned on in the daytime. I like this. Only in this closed space can I feel safe and paint with peace of mind.

In this house, only takeaways and middlemen who buy paintings have come. The air is full of oil paint and turpentine. Countless days are here. I only go out occasionally to buy canvas or paint.

When I was 6 years old, I lived with my father and stepmother. When I became redundant, I talked less. Since I was a child, I used to put myself in a sleeve. It’s sad to say, but I haven’t felt it for a long time. I haven’t contacted my family for a long time. They probably think I’m dead. Experts suggest that there is still a difference between social phobia and autism in medicine. People with social communication barriers should adjust their mentality, build up confidence, participate in various social activities as much as possible, and return to society.

Anxiety disorder: extreme tremor of the heart clinical symptoms: always unable to calm down, like to think wildly. I am afraid of being scolded by my boss for failing to finish my work. When I am sick, I feel that danger is imminent. I feel that misfortune is coming. I am in constant panic. Feel uncertain about everything, hard to grasp, doubt their ability to work, often hesitant, at a loss. High risk groups: civil servants, highly competitive company employees, housewives, high school students

Typical case: Ms. Wu (40 year old civil servant) in the eyes of others, my family can not be happier. My husband is a college teacher, and I am a civil servant with stable income. My son was admitted to a key university in Beijing last year. In addition to the 120 square meter house I now live in, I also own a real estate in a prime location.

But whenever I am at home alone, I have all kinds of ideas. The child’s annual tuition fee of 10000 yuan does not include his living expenses and other expenses, the husband’s official career, the health problems of his parents, and myself. Civil servants are no longer iron rice bowls. There are often examinations. Everyone wants to compete for employment. Nobody knows when they will be laid off.

Technical people are OK. Civil servants have no skills. What can they do if they are laid off? These thoughts pester me like a dreamer, so that I always look dignified, which also brings some pressure to my husband, and I can’t get rid of them. Recently, my husband introduced me to the psychologist in their school, and I am receiving psychological treatment.

Experts suggest that anxiety disorder is a kind of psychological disease, as well as a physiological lesion caused by psychological pressure. Therefore, to overcome anxiety, we should learn to open our minds and get rid of negative ways of thinking, often communicate with friends and relatives, learn to be satisfied and give up.

Insomnia: painful wakefulness in the dark clinical symptoms: dizziness! Headache! Weak limbs! When every night comes, I worry – can I sleep? Thereby causing anxiety. High risk population: mental workers, people with fast pace of life and work

Typical case: Miss Yu (34 year old accountant) Xu Dang around me knows that I suffer from insomnia, because whenever I have time, I can talk about this problem whenever I have time. In order to sleep, I tried all kinds of methods, such as soaking my feet in hot water, drinking milk, lying in bed, counting my heartbeat and sheep… At the beginning of insomnia, I didn’t care. At that time, I just got divorced. Who knows that the psychological pressure has not been erased, and the work pressure comes one after another. My insomnia starts to be serious.

Some of my friends couldn’t sleep. They called me in the middle of the night and asked me what to do. If only I knew.

People who don’t have insomnia can hardly experience the pain of insomnia. They get nervous as soon as they go to bed. They are very tired after working all day, but those excited brain cells refuse to stop thinking about the possible and impossible things. Then they start to toss and turn until they see the white fish belly outside the window. Oh my God!

When the morning comes, I am more tired than when I lay down last night! People of my age will look charming if they are well maintained. However, due to long-term insomnia, my complexion is dark and dark circles under my eyes are particularly obvious. What’s more, my whole body is about to collapse

Experts suggest that there are physiological, psychological, social and environmental factors that affect sleep and cause sleep disorders. Therefore, the treatment and prevention of sleep disorders can not be fundamentally solved by relying solely on drugs. Getting rid of anxiety about insomnia is the key to treating insomnia. Doctors and patients should actively think of ways in combination with physiological, psychological, social, environmental and other factors.

Impetuosity: clinical symptoms of unstoppable desire express: eager for quick success and instant benefits, focusing on petty profits, difficult to meet the status quo, and frequently changing jobs. I have high eyes but low hands. I’m not willing to start from the basics. I wish I could be fat in one bite; Addicted to nightlife, if you don’t go out for one night, you will be restless. Once your thoughts stop, all kinds of unpleasant things in life will flow out like a tide.

High incidence population: fresh graduates, typical cases of enterprise Salespeople: Xiao Cheng (male, 25-year-old company employee) I can’t count how many times I have jumped in the slot in recent years. In this way, I keep jumping between my dream and reality. When I get too many, I am numb.

When I graduated from school, I was very high spirited and tried my best to run to the developed coastal cities. When I came to Shenzhen, I found my first job: direct sales of an electronic product. After working for about three months, I consciously mastered all aspects of direct sales. It would be boring to stay there.

With the introduction of my friend, I jumped into a company to work as a clerk. The nine to five working hours made me feel uncomfortable, as if I was bound. Facing endless written materials every day, it was really boring. It was better to do direct sales in the past. It was customers who faced me face to face.

So less than two months later, I jumped into an electric appliance store. The most annoying thing is that when the job changes, the family has to move with it. In order to keep pace with the speed of my job hopping, my “liquid assets” are pitifully small. Nevertheless, every time I have big bags of sundries, I am still tired. In such a humble house, I can’t invite friends. All I can do is surf the Internet.

Experts suggest that although impetuosity is not a physiological disease, if it is not well controlled, it is also easy to induce physical diseases, such as heart disease and hypertension. Prevention and control mainly lie in self-cultivation, calmly dealing with the pressure of life and work, and don’t rush everything. According to a survey, the more people live in modern cities, the more urban epidemics they suffer from.

And those rural people who are far from the city, who have no neon lights, no Internet, and no deafening rock music, seem pale and lustless. They may be walking on a country road, leading an old cow returning at dusk, humming an unknown tune, thinking that after a day’s farm work, they can go home and have a good sleep.

Should we unconditionally accept these “epidemics” that have nothing to do with the virus if we choose cities? Is there a vaccine that can be prevented? The answer is yes, that is, to have a positive and healthy attitude.

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