Top 10 mental illnesses of modern people
Urban white-collar workers: Stressful work Urban white-collar workers are stressed, highly stressed, and fast-paced.
This group of people is in a state of high tension for a long time, and if they are not adjusted in time, they will feel tired.
Over time, there are concerns about psychological problems and illnesses such as anxiety, depression, and mental disorders.
From a physiological point of view, long-term high mental stress can also cause endocrine dysfunction and reduce the body’s immunity, leading to various physiological diseases.
Divorced people: psychological trauma, modern people have a higher divorce rate, and the injured parties after the divorce, especially women, often can not withstand the blow of divorce, causing significant and huge damage.
If it is not adjusted in time, it is very likely to cause mental illness due to psychological overload.
A survey indicates that about 70% of the divorced population currently suffer from excessive psychological stress for various reasons. Such people need to find out who to talk to and get psychological help.
Poor families: people living under stress due to poverty caused by psychological stress caused by excessive psychological stress, mainly laid-off workers and college poor students.
Laid-off workers, especially couples who are both laid off, are under great psychological pressure. If they find suitable jobs for a while, they are likely to cause mental illness.
For poor students in colleges, the reduction is economic pressure and re-entry into the psychological pressure caused by poverty. If poor students do not receive material and spiritual help and care, the probability of inducing mental illness is extremely high.
According to statistics, at present, poor students account for about 15% to 20% of colleges and universities, and nearly 50% of them have psychological problems and diseases.
Business elites: careers are frustrated in the business field, and modern people are prone to make haste of quick successes. In pursuit of career success, they often work hard, continually compress themselves, and even exceed their own capabilities, they still demand themselvesThe result is a lack of self-satisfaction due to excess of heart and power, leading to psychological imbalance.
Those who often fail or have major career ups and downs have suffered a long-term psychological imbalance due to their failure. If they cannot adjust themselves, they are likely to cause mental disorders, depression, and autism.
Students: The test burden is mainly candidates.
The heavy learning tasks, the eager expectations of parents and teachers, and the dream of becoming famous in one fell swoop put candidates under tremendous pressure and are prone to induce psychological problems and diseases.
There are mainly unresponsiveness, overexcitation, fear of anxiety, phobia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Teenagers: The possible impact of Internet addiction cannot be ignored.
Many young people are very interested in the Internet, and the Internet has become an important part of their lives.
Proper Internet access is beneficial, but a large amount of time every day, or on unhealthy websites, is very likely to cause mental illness in the Internet population.
Such as long-term Internet chat, games, and online dating, it is very likely that Internet users will be in a virtual state for a long time, affecting their normal cognitive, emotional, and psychological positioning, making it difficult to adapt to real life.
The long-term use of pornographic websites will further aggravate adolescents’ desire for sex because of their sexual depression, which may lead to psychological problems, which may lead to adolescents actively looking for ways to vent sex, and some may commit crimes.
Internet addiction is extremely harmful to people’s psychology and physiology.
The only child: The willfulness, selfishness, and poor communication of some of the only children in the adaptation disorder have become a problem for parents, teachers, and education professionals.
Children who grow up in a doting environment tend to develop bad habits such as willfulness, selfishness, etc., and these bad habits may become the culprit of the child’s psychological illness, leading to the child’s violent tendency and behavior; or making the child withdrawnPoor frustration; susceptible to psychological problems such as social phobia and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
A survey indicates that about 30% of the only children in developing countries have adaptive disabilities.
Investors: psychological imbalances Military investments, such as those who buy lottery tickets and stocks, will suffer frustration and psychological imbalance if they invest for a long time without receiving timely and effective returns or capital losses.
These investors have been worried for a long time, and emotional fluctuations are likely to cause mental illness.
Vulnerable groups: Losing confidence Facing a rapidly changing society, many people have a sense of inadequacy due to various reasons, such as being unaccustomed to social injustices, being unable to adapt to the living habits of others, and having a sense of belonging without annihilationThese often lead to modern people’s psychological imbalance and hopelessness to life.
Middle-aged and elderly people: The transition from the closure of the nation to the aging of society has intensified. The spiritual care for the elderly in their old age has become a social issue.
At present, the material life of the vast majority of the elderly is basically accumulated, but the spiritual life of the elderly does not receive due care.
At present, older people are more eager to receive spiritual care.
A survey indicates that 50% -80% of patients currently suffering from senile diseases are caused by mental illness of the elderly, and about 70% of mental illness is caused by dementia.
The elderly’s loss of love in their later years has become a major cause of mental illness in the elderly. Society and children should strengthen their spiritual care for the elderly.