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What is autonomic disorder, what are the hazards, and how to regulate it?

Time:2022-12-08 06:51:47 author:Prevent anxiety Read:715次
What is autonomic disorder, what are the hazards, and how to regulate it?

What is an autonomic disorder?

Autonomic nervous system disorder is a syndrome caused by dysfunction of viscera. It is a large group of symptoms that the balance of sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves in the human body is destroyed, resulting in disorder.

The hazards of autonomic nervous system disorders are as follows:

1. Physical discomfort. Due to the influence of autonomic nervous system disorders, the patient suffers from severe insomnia and cannot sleep at night. The next day Fatigue, severe back pain, leg cramps, and greatly reduced work and life efficiency the next day. 2. Work and life are affected. Autonomic nervous disorder not only affects the patient itself, but also affects the patient's long-term accumulation of these effects, affecting the patient's work and study efficiency, and will also bring a lot of inconvenience to family life, even for the Family harmony infuses negative messages. Long-term unhealed tension and anxiety reduce the immune function of the body and make the disease fall into a vicious circle. Therefore, autonomic disorders not only endanger the patient itself, but also endanger the health of colleagues and family members around the patient. 3. Abnormal digestive system, due to autonomic nerve dysfunction leading to dysfunction of viscera, including digestive system function and circulatory system function, and even sexual function system will also appear abnormal. Fourth, poor mood, because of the long-term influence of autonomic disorder, the patient's mood is very anxious, painful, and even the bad phenomenon of going to the doctor in a hurry. Most of autonomic disorders are related to the state of life, so life regulation is also an important part of the normal recovery of autonomic disorders. 1. In life, we must sort out our emotions in a timely manner, and when we encounter something annoying, we must find a way to say it or vent it. You can self-regulate, talk to a friend, or cry a lot to relieve the depression in your heart, and you will feel much more relaxed. It also has great benefits for mental health. 2. Have good living habits, drink in moderation, not greedy; go to bed early and get up early, the time must be regular; eat regularly, be sure to eat breakfast, not overeating; watch TV at night, be selective, don't sit for a while Just a few hours, in the process of watching TV, you need to do more activities, and you need to wash your face after watching TV. Don't sleep in late in the morning, try to get up early and go outside to participate in some activities. Facts show that regular living habits not only help people's physical health, but also help to cultivate their own good mood. 3. When our life is irregular, emotionally depressed or overly fatigued, we should relax ourselves moderately, participate in more outdoor activities, do not stay at home alone, and take part in more physical exercises, such as walking, playing badminton, swimming, etc. Outdoor activities and exercise can not only breathe fresh air, but also adjust the autonomic nerves through various activities to achieve the purpose of psychological pleasure. If you have any questions that you don't understand, you can click on my avatar to follow me, and send me a private message, and I will reply one by one after I see it.

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