Saturday, May 8

Five major alarms of emotional overload teach you to get rid of negative emotions as soon as possible

Some people will be wronged, have a heart will immediately vent out, and some people will put in the heart of self digestion. When negative emotions are suppressed too much and for too long, it is difficult to resolve them, resulting in "emotional overload". If you show some of the following behaviors, you should consciously pay attention to the psychological state and conduct emotional counseling.

1. I feel "boring" and "boring"

There are two main reasons for boredom: one is weak external stimulation. When people are in a monotonous, repetitive or depressed environment for a long time, they will have a desire for freshness, excitement and change. When this desire cannot be satisfied, the psychological experience is boredom. Second, self adjustment is poor. When people's understanding of their internal state is not high, that is, they don't know what their needs and wishes are, and what their goals and meanings are, they will also feel bored.

Boredom is an emotional state of being under pressure for a long time. If this situation lasts for a long time, it is easy for people to have no vitality or even despair. It can improve the objective environment, such as redecorating the home, cultivating new interests and hobbies; it can also improve self perception, in-depth understanding of oneself, and internal digestion and depression.

2. There's a big appetite

I feel that I can't eat enough before. I always want to eat when I am free You may have an emotional diet, that is, eating according to mood changes in your life, or balancing and coping with negative emotions with your diet rather than hunger. When this situation occurs, if you can't control your eating status for a while, you should use healthy food instead of high-calorie food. Actively choose a variety of decompression activities such as walking, watching movies, etc. to release your emotions and shift your attention from eating and drinking.

3. The slightest thing makes you mad

In the past, no matter how much work was planned, now when someone accidentally bumps into you or can't find something and so on, they may suddenly collapse and start to get mad, leading to emotional irritability. This is a phenomenon of excessive stress and emotional control fatigue. To deal with emotional irritability, first of all, let yourself have a full rest. If you are too tired and tense, you will easily lose control. In addition, you should try to stop yourself, listen to your inner voice, pay attention to your own situation, ask yourself what things you are upset about recently, whether these things can be solved, what bad effects they will bring if they can not be solved, and whether they can accept them, etc., so as to reduce the tension through analysis and self communication. You can also find friends to talk about their inner anxiety and ease their emotions.

4. Angry with relatives and friends

There are unmet needs behind every bad mood. For example, anger often occurs after the sense of frustration and panic, which is a kind of self blame for our incompetence, but we often put our anger on close people. In the face of sudden anger, don't be impulsive to vent on innocent people. You can leave the scene temporarily and calm down for a while. Drinking water and deep breathing are helpful.

5. I want to hide

When people are under pressure, they will not be interested in many things in front of you. The normal environment may be noisy for you. They are eager to find a quiet place to stay or stay at home. Hu Mei thinks it is good to be alone for relieving stress, but also pay attention to his state. If he has begun to become closed and unwilling to speak, she should be aware in time and take action to prevent it from worsening.

Psychologists point out that about 15% to 20% of the population have emotional disorders and psychological problems. Past studies have found that these common physical and mental disorders may be related to coronary artery disease, but few people have studied whether there is a relationship between physical and mental diseases and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. Psychologists concluded that the findings help doctors screen patients from common mental patients, thereby reducing the risk of death from heart disease and stroke.

In fact, in real life, it is often seen that many stroke patients are related to emotional excitement, especially those who often have anger, quarrel, fear, anxiety, excitement, tension, sadness, envy and other emotions, often appear in or after these emotional violent attacks. It has been confirmed by medicine that the frequent stimulation of these emotions can cause the excitation of the cerebral cortex and the lower thalamus, promote the secretion of vasoactive substances such as noradrenaline, adrenaline and catecholamine, and lead to the contraction of the whole body blood vessels, the acceleration of heart rate and the rise of blood pressure, and the increase of the pressure in the cerebral vessels, which is easy to break in the parts where the arterioma has hardened, lost elasticity and formed microangioma, and from And there was cerebral hemorrhage.

Clinically, there is another situation that needs to be vigilant, that is, sudden depression may be the precursor of stroke. When the old people in the family suddenly "don't want to talk" or even "don't remember what just happened", most people's reaction is "the old man is in a bad mood" or "has a bad memory". However, these symptoms are likely to be the precursor of "small stroke", if not handled in time, extremely dangerous.

Therefore, in daily life, we should pay attention to their negative emotions. Once they appear, we need to adjust them in time. It is possible to prevent or reduce the incidence of stroke if we pay attention to keep quiet, control bad emotions and avoid mental tension and bad stimulation. At ordinary times, you can pay more attention to your mental health, and do more relaxation and entertainment activities, such as learning painting, calligraphy, planting flowers and birds, playing chess, enjoying music, etc. to adjust your negative emotions!

How to get rid of negative emotions as soon as possible?

Force yourself to get up

When I have a lot of negative emotions, I often lie still in bed, do not eat or drink all day, but the immobile body will make negative emotions accumulate, which can only make my state worse and worse. So the first step, forcing yourself to leave the bed and the sofa, is to defeat yourself.

As long as you get out of bed, everything is possible.


Through personal practice, exercise is the most effective way to consume negative emotions. Aerobic exercise is the best. The easier way is jogging. Jogging three kilometers every morning will make you feel better all day. When you jog, your mind will gradually clear up.

If you feel that your execution is poor, you can go to apply for a fitness card, which is urged by coaches and students, and is full of motivation.

Develop interests and hobbies

If you have interests, do it when negative emotions come. Because it's something you like, it's fun to do, and it's a distraction.

I often draw pictures. Even if I scribble on the paper casually, my mood will get better somehow even if I scribble on the paper.

Find a vent for your emotions

If the negative emotions have been overstocked for a long time, the tendency of abuse will show up. At this time, it is urgent to vent this emotion. Now there are more and more articles on the market to help vent their emotions. You can buy one. When the negative emotions burst, you can abuse it.

If there is no one around, cry. You have to cry. It's heartbreaking. Tears can take away a lot of negative emotions.

Another way is to throw away the garbage. Negative emotions are the "garbage" in our bodies. We can release our emotions by throwing away the garbage in reality. If throwing rubbish is not enough, throw away what you don't like.