Jul 26, 2017
Q. Am a 22years old girl pursuing my Masters in Microbiology from D.U. I'm suffering from a problem that I had some issues in my family when I was child. I have seen that my mother is tortured by my father and my grandparents. Now I'm not able to concentrate on my studies. I do over think. I keep on thinking on those issues over and over again.and when I think too much I really have a very bad headache in my frontal lobe. It's kind of burning sensation. I am not able to sleep at night. Am very lazy. Sometimes when I do meditation as my cousin said me to do so I do. But still not getting releaf. These days my headache is creating problem. Please do help. I'm I becoming a psycho day by day??
Hello Dear! No, you are not going psychopast events sometimes disturbs us but overthinking about them bringing you these problems like serve headache and inability to concentrate and burning sensation.
Yes, your cousin gave you right advice for meditation because you have start living in present. My advice for you as follow:
- Keep yourself active: Join gym, aerobics, make new hobbies, interact with more friends and socialize.
- Avoid morning naps takes bath at night and warm mills, keep gadgets away and sleep.
- For headache, please visit nearby Psychiatrist and got it assessed.
- You can book appointments and counselor and start CBT and relaxation therapy.
- Join meditation sessions doing done will be difficult do in guidance.
- ALL THE BEST!
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