lack of sleep.....
thinking n imazining alot ..
lost awareness n focus...sometimes...dats induce by obessions anxity..n stress
Thank you for reaching out to us. Obsessive thoughts can be very distressing, especially as these thoughts tend to be repetitive, intrusive and beyond the individuals control. As a result, such obsessive thinking makes one feel physically and mentally drained and exhausted, affecting sleep, concentration, mood etc. And often also leads to physical manifestations in the form of body aches and discomfort.
What is important to understand is that obsessive thoughts by nature tend to induce a sense of fear, which makes it difficult to ignore the thought. However, if we try to separate the emotion from the thought, we can rationalize with our mind, search for evidence and realize that the thought is often baseless, and excessive in nature. At the same time, try to indulge in keeping the mind relaxed, engaging in activities that make you happy, and remind yourself that these obsessive thoughts are beyond your control. Treat them like thoughts passing through your brain, and avoid engaging in them.
I understand that a lot of these techniques are difficult to follow, and if you struggle, you should consider seeking regular counselling sessions with a trained therapist, and/or meet a psychiatrist.
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