What price do we pay for professional success
Most people see moving to big cities as a great opportunity to change their lives for the better. And in a sense, this is really so, because a big city provides an unlimited field for the realization of internal potential.
But along with professional success, a person can face an unpleasant side effect - a mental disorder, which is typical for every third city dweller. We decided to talk about the most popular disorders.
Of course, it is difficult to call this syndrome a full-fledged disorder, but office workers encounter it in 80% of cases. Constant stress, stress and the inability to relax lead to the fact that a person simply deprives himself of the necessary vital energy, striving to get the best result in his profession and personal life. In addition, do not forget about the wrong diet, which is also a problem for 90% of the inhabitants of the metropolis. It is necessary to fight overwork when the first symptoms appear, since the more you “squeeze yourself out” psychologically, the higher the likelihood of a nervous breakdown. You don't want that, do you?
Another global problem that every second inhabitant of a metropolis is faced with is anxiety. Crowds of people, aggression, high noise levels and negative psychological factors very quickly deplete even the most resistant person to adversity. Negative thoughts appear, sleep is disturbed, and you do not want to eat at all, which also leads to eating disorders. Psychologists consider anxiety to be one of the most dangerous disorders, since only a small percentage of people who are faced with a problem turn to a specialist, thereby allowing the disorder to actively progress.
A condition that few people consider serious, and in vain. According to statistics, in the United States, one in five suffers from depression, the disorder is especially common among residents of large cities, which is also not surprising, although the standard of living in a metropolis is much higher. In Russia, the situation is a little better - only one in eight suffers from clinical depression, but the problem is that residents of our country turn to a specialist only at the very last moment, when it is no longer possible to ignore depression.
At the very beginning, a person and his environment regards the first signs of depression as a temporary phenomenon, which is expressed in the unwillingness to do anything or to strive for anything. But over time, it becomes clear that this is not a matter of banal laziness. In order to prevent the dangerous development of depression, it is important to react in time and in no case start the problem - it is easier to solve it at the very beginning.