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How to care for a manic patient? Family members should keep these four considerations in mind

Time:2023-03-26 01:34:09 author:Prevent anxiety Read:128次
How to care for a manic patient? Family members should keep these four considerations in mind

Autumn is a high incidence period for manic patients. The patient's mood is high, the thinking is unrestrained, and the language increases. Those who are light are optimistic and confident, and those who are serious will have behaviors that hurt others and themselves. How to care for a manic patient? 1. Provide a quiet living environment Patients cannot live in a discordant and irregular family. The color of the room should be cool, such as blue or green. The simpler and more elegant the room, the better. Patients must keep quiet during the onset and reduce unnecessary gatherings or meals. Let the patient listen to light music with a slow rhythm, and do not choose heavy metal music with a strong rhythm, otherwise it will increase the patient's excitement. 2. Prevent patients from hurting people and objects. Do not provoke patients in life. Generally, patients have a tendency to meddle in their own business, and they are prone to grievances. Try to act according to the patient's wishes, meet their reasonable requirements, and avoid impulsive injuries. Try not to send patients to places with complex populations. The more people there are, the easier it is to express themselves, which increases excitement and is not conducive to recovery. In addition, it is necessary to contact the doctor more, use the medicine rationally, shorten the excitement period, and prolong the sleep time of the patient. Some patients with severe mania may have hypersexuality, such as being naked or chasing the opposite sex. Try to limit the patient's going out. Families cannot restrain patients by corporal punishment or beatings. Not only can it not control the disease, but it will aggravate the symptoms of restlessness. 3. Master the skills of contacting patients. When contacting or talking with patients, you must be kind and patient. Don't talk or argue with them too much, and don't mock or ridicule the patient for their exaggeration. When they talk too much, they should interrupt by leading or diverting attention. 4. Do a good job in daily care and let patients eat three meals a day regularly. If they are too hungry, they may overeat. Try to let the patient eat alone, so as not to talk too much to affect the meal. During the onset of the disease, the patient will talk non-stop, consume a lot of physical strength, and be prone to dry mouth. They should drink more water. In addition, the patient should be assisted in taking a proper bath, shampooing, washing, and keeping the bed clean. If the mania is highly excitable, there is no need to restrict its activity. Let them use up their energy and energy by doing chores or doing laundry. Under the guidance of a doctor, you can choose drugs to increase sleep time. In addition, patients can also be guided to engage in recreational activities through their interests, such as singing or playing chess to enrich their time. [Disclaimer: The materials and pictures used in this article are from the Internet and literature, and are only used for the popularization of medical knowledge. If there is any infringement, please contact to delete]


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