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What happens in a Mental Breakdown?
A nervous, mental or emotional breakdown may include a temporary collapse or disintegration of personality. This may involve an inability to function, depression, loss of contact with reality, manic episodes, anxiety and / or panic attacks.
A nervous breakdown can be disturbing, disorienting and frightening. It may come suddenly or last for several years. Depression, confusion or anxiety may accompany a feeling that you are out of control.
Nervous, mental or emotional breakdowns are lay terms. Nerves and emotions do not break down; these terms implying an emotional or mental collapse or a feeling of approaching collapse. These terms often refer to people who tried to hide unseen emotions, and finally let them out.
Warning Signs of Nervous Breakdown
Some warning signs can alert you that someone might be experiencing an emotional or relationship crisis. That person may need immediate help or attention.
a person can not cope with daily chores and responsibilities
a person's words make no sense (word salad)
a person threatens or tries to harm someone
a person threatens or tries to harm self
a person seems to see, hear, smell, taste, or feel things that do not exist
a person becomes destructive to possessions, home and relationships
If you see any of these signs, sometimes call a crisis help line or other source for help and information. Many cities have a suicide hotline or crisis hotline. In smaller towns, a hospital or medical center may help you decide how serious the signs are, and what you can do to help.
Stress & Emotional Breakdowns
Anxiety, stress and depression can occur when we suppress spontaneous reactions. They may occur when you feel that we have no choices. Undergoing stress you may feel on the edge of a nervous breakdown.
You may want to react to stressful situations by either getting away from the situation or fighting back. You can not always do this. If you can not run away or fight back, you might force yourself to stay. Your stress builds up.
The same thing may happen at home, or in your close relationships. You can change your relationships or learn to cope with stress. Either can keep you from feeling overwhelmed.
You can eat healthier. You can exercise for about half hour at least 3 times a week. You can get enough sleep. You can avoid alcohol and illegal drugs. You can take a vacation. You can learn how to relax. You can build and enjoy better relationships.
Coping with stress means learning how to communicate better. Reading about or taking classes in communication may help. Systemic coaching can help you recognize and change long-term relationship habits and complex relationship problems.
Personalities that Break Down
People who do break down often seem to be either people pleasing and / …