Mood fluctuations and poor mental state caused by excessive or transient excitement, depression, anxiety and other emotions are very common urban mental illnesses.
In addition to anxiety and depression, mood disorders also include obsessive-compulsive disorder (thinking over and over, worrying about some things, often doing certain actions, and thinking that it is unnecessary, very boring, but uncontrollable, so painful), hypochondriasis (over worrying about one’s own Physical problems. I suspect that I have a certain disease. The doctor found that there is no problem, but the patient still insists that he is ill and seeks medical attention everywhere), phobias (such as fear of heights, fear of people, so avoiding, suffering deeply, affecting work and life) and many more.
Many people think that emotional illness is purely due to external pressure. According to research, there are many real causes of mood disorders. According to experts, a 70-year-old woman often suffers from insomnia at night. Even if she takes sleeping pills, it has no effect. The family and friends around her have persuaded her not to think too much. She thinks she has no thoughts at all, but her emotional illness is still Entangled in her. Therefore, it is not only the IT industry, market sales personnel and other people with greater work pressure that will catch the emotional illness. Even children and the elderly have not escaped the attack of emotional illness.
Environmental factors such as unsatisfactory work, family problems, marriage breakdown, sexual assault, and death of relatives are important factors in inducing mood disorders, but they are only one of the external causes. According to experts, mood disorders may also be caused by internal factors: heredity, Familial problems are one of the important causes for some patients. In addition, when the brain's chemical transmitters are out of balance, emotional and physiological functions are affected, it can also cause mood disorders. At the same time, your cowardly personality, love to be stubborn, persistent, demanding, perfectionism, etc., may eventually lead to emotional illness.
Therefore, stress is not the only factor that causes emotional illness. Therefore, people who do not experience objective pressure can also suffer from emotional illness. Of course, continuous and unmanageable pressure will make the cognitive model become negative, and thus the chance of inducing mood disorders is greater.
Many people mistakenly believe that the cause of emotional illness is simply the patient's poor handling of stress, cowardly personality, extreme thinking, or purely psychological problems. In fact, the causes of emotional illness are complex. In addition to personal personality (such as excessive perfectionism, easy tension, persistence) and environmental factors (such as too much pressure, unemployment, family disputes, unpleasant experiences), many medical pieces of literature show The imbalance of chemical transmitters in the patient's brain (especially serotonin) is also a major cause.
Many people do not realize that emotional abnormality is also a kind of illness, thinking that it is just a small illness of physical discomfort or depression. At the same time, some people think that emotional illness is purely a mental illness and has nothing to do with physiology. It can be overcome by solely relying on their own strength or simple psychological treatment. However, according to research, mood disorders are not only inseparable from psychological factors but also have a certain basis with physiology—the brain's chemical transmitters are disordered. Therefore, in addition to heart medicine—psychotherapy, the treatment of mood disorders requires the use of medicines to help control the chemical transfer substances in the brain and make it balanced.