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How To Help Someone Who Is Suicidal? | Warning Signs of Suicidal

A suicidal person may not ask for help, but that doesn’t mean they don’t need any help. Suicidal can range from being preoccupied with abstract thoughts about ending your life or the feeling have a wide range of possible causes. There can be symptoms of an existing mental health problem or episodes of mental distress. When someone is feeling suicidal it is important to be aware of any kind of situation which might be causing or aggravating these feelings in once mind.

Warning Signs of Suicidal

The first is to finds out whether the person is in danger of acting on suicidal feelings, here are some warning signs:

  • With drawings from social contact and wanted to be left alone.
  • Talking about suicide: For example –“I’m going to bill myself “, “I wish I were dead. Or “I wish I hadn’t been born."
  • Having mood swings, such as being emotionally high one day deeply discouraged the next moment.
  • Feeling trapped or hopeless about a situation.
  • Increasing the use of alcohol or drugs.
  • Change in the normal routine as including eating or sleeping patterns.

How to help someone who is feeling suicidal?

Some ways to help someone who is suicidal are designed by the psychology experts of My Fit Brain. The ways are been listed below:

Speak up if  you’re  worried

If you spot the warning signs of suicide in someone you care about, you may wonder many thoughts like it’s a good idea to say anything, what if you are sewing, etc. but talking to a friend or family member about their suicidal thoughts and feelings can be extremely difficult for anyone. In fact, going a suicidal person the opportunity to express his or her feelings can provide relief from loneliness and get out of negative feelings and may prevent a suicide attempt.

Respond quickly in a crisis

If a friend a family member tells you that he or she is thinking of death or suicide, it is important to evaluate the immediate danger the person is in helping the person develop a set of steps he or she promises to follow during a suicidal crisis. Also, be a helping hand to them every time they need it.

Offer  help and  support

If a friend or family member is suicidal, the best way to help is by offering a listening ear to them. Let them know they are not alone and that you care for them. You can support them to make a personal commitment to recovery. It takes a lot of courage to help someone who is suicidal.

Encourage positive lifestyle changes

Encourage them to think positively about their lives. Make some lifestyle changes such as a healthy diet, plenty of sleep and in the sun or into nature for at least 30 minutes each day. Make them ready for exercise it is also extremely stress and promoter’s emotional well-being

Get Professional help

Do everything for the suicidal person the help he or she needs. Encourage them to see a mental health professional help them to locate a treatment facility or take them to a doctor’s appointment it often takes time to find the medication or therapy that’s right for a particular person.

It taxis a lot of coverage to help someone who is dealing with thoughts about ending his or her own life can stir up many difficult emotions. As you’ re helping a suicidal person, don’t forget to take care of yourself as well as of them. Provide them a proper space and support as you can. A suicidal person may not ask for help, but that doesn’t mean they don’t need any help. Suicidal range from being preoccupied with abstract thoughts about ending your life or the feeling has a wide range of possible causes. There can be a symptom of an existing mental health problem or episodes of mental distress. When someone is feeling suicidal it is important to be aware of any kind of situation which might be causing or aggravating these feelings in once mind. The first is to find out whether the person is in the danger of acting on suicidal feelings, here are some warning signs

  • With drawings from social contact and wanted to be left alone talking about suicide. For example, I’m going to bill myself, I wish I were dead. Or I wish I hadn’t been born.
  • Having mood swings, such as being emotionally high one day deeply discouraged the next moment. ·Feeling is trapped or hopeless about a situation, increasing the use of alcohol or drugs.
  • Change in the normal routine as including eating or sleeping patterns.

 


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