Everyday life seems that the previous day was the same which just repeats itself and that alone could send you spiraling.
Life can be stressful often result in us feeling tired of living. It occurs when our daily tasks totally ruin our emotions, one minute you can be up and the next moment you are feeling down.
We can be left feeling drained from our jobs or colleagues while at the same time we’re forced to be productive even if we don’t feel like it.
We have selected 8 warning signs that indicate you may be going through a rough patch just don’t forget to stop, breathe and recharge.
1. Very Irritatable.
Everything can get on your nerves, the question is in how many seconds. Someone will get you off of your shoes just by stating something that steps on your nerves or by being disrespectful, your nerves are on the edge and you feel very, very irritated. Everyone feels this way, try to help yourself get back on your feet for your own good, and do things that are making you feel comfortable and safe.
2. Lowered Motivation Levels.
As every new day comes by your motivation goes lower and lower. Suddenly you don’t feel motivated even for getting up of bed and dress up. You deeply wish to take as much time as you need and do nothing. You are feeling like you are incapable of doing work and it is making you even more anxious than before. This could be a sign of depression.
3. More Anxiety Attacks Than Usual
Anxiety can also come as a result of your exhaustion. You feel more scared to begin to do some work, you can get up at night and feel anxiety hitting you, you can’t focus on anything because of it. You’re just feeling more and more stressed as usual, and you need to center yourself, try to do yoga or meditation in order to keep yourself in balance and help the anxiety problem.
4. Experience Trouble Sleeping
You get up at night and you can’t continue to sleep, or you sleep too much and still feel like you can’t get up, you feel worse throughout the day and you hope that tomorrow you’ll sleep better but you won’t. Stress and anxiety are the reason why the body is keeping you up. Depression will lead you to sleep more or inconsistent, making you awake at night and sleep throughout the day. Whatever the combination is, it’s maybe best to seek a doctor at this point.
5. Meaningless Things Upset You
Smallest conversations can upset you, even if you feel them as the person is not happy or doesn’t pay you enough attention at the moment. You can break down and start taking things very emotionally because of your increased sensitivity. Take some time and try to reconstruct your world. Try to talk to yourself and set the bars up higher and promise yourself that you won’t get hurt that easily. You’ll boost yourself a bit.
6. Feeling Dizzy And Nauseous
Feelings of dizziness, headaches, nervously beating of the heart and feeling like you are sick and can’t make it through the day are still signs of depression and anxiety, and the source of it is stress. Stress is a part of every single one of us and when we get a mental breakdown we feel nauseous and sick as manifestation. Prevent this while you can. You are the best when you need to help yourself, and if you don’t help yourself, no one will.
7. Feel Like Crying For No Reason
When you feel bad and stuck into this bad place, you feel like you need to cry and you do cry. Suddenly you feel like the whole world plots something against you and there’s isn’t a correct answer to your question “Why?” You are at this point, sad and desperate for a better tomorrow. Crying doesn’t have to be a bad thing, and tears are not always enemies. Maybe you’ll feel better when you cry it out, all the energy that was stuck into you will fade through it.
8. Begin To Feel Detached
As you curl yourself more into your need to repair and get on your feet, you’ll also start to feel detached from the world around you. Your friends are not willing to call you anymore, because you cut them off by saying “no” to every single invitation. The source of detachment can also be feeling detached from yourself and you end up as comfortably numb. You don’t feel bad or good, in fact, now you feel like you don’t feel anything. Stop and relax. Take your time off, meditate, go on vacation if you can, visit a good place by yourself, just try to do some slight changes into your life at this point. It’s crucial for you to be better.
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