Dysthymia. Is there a way out?
Dysthymia is a persistent mood disorder that does not reach the severity of clinical depression. Dysthymia can last for many years and significantly complicates the realization of patients in society, worsens the quality of life. They feel unable to work, experience constant malaise and fatigue. The conditions described above arise only in the owners of the sound vector. Treatment of dysthymia consists, first of all, in filling the psychic desires of the sound vector. This is the knowledge of one's nature, human psyche …
A 23-year-old girl came to the reception. Complaints:
“I live like a robot. I eat, breathe, sleep, and that's it. There is nothing else in life, and there is no life for a long time … from 18-19 years. I was looking for an answer on the Internet. Am I having symptoms of dysthymia?
I work in a cafe as a cleaner, dishwasher. She did not receive an education after school. She studied excellently at school until the 9th grade, participated in olympiads in mathematics and physics, and after (at the age of 14-15) everything began to seem meaningless. I could not understand why people live, I often thought about it, about why they behave in one way or another, why they act in one way or another. I came to the conclusion that humanity exists in vain. And I often thought that my life had no meaning either.
She graduated from 11 classes for a certificate under pressure from parents. She was always obedient to her parents, she did as they said. I went to work according to their instructions: "the family has little money." I work like a robot, I communicate with people in the same way. They are all unpleasant to me. I tell them what they want to hear so they can get behind me. I don't understand what they want from me. I do the job, and that's it, I don't need their stupid conversations! I would hide from everyone."
So she hides - in her room, where she listens to music, reads books about psychology, philosophy, watches TV series. Maintains communication with one or two people.
“For almost 5 years, I have been constantly in a bad mood, I don't feel joy, even when a seemingly joyful event occurs. I don’t remember when I was really happy like the others. I don't want to do anything. I do not feel pleasure from what was previously pleasure. Energy and activity at zero. I'm like a dead battery. It seems to me that I am not capable of anything in life - I am in despair from this! In the future, nothing good, normal, like the others, awaits me. In the last three months, constant insomnia … Often I can not concentrate, I seem to be scattered all the time … Tell me, I have dysthymia or chronic depression, what's the difference between them?"
Dysthymia - what is it?
Dysthymia is a persistent mood disorder that does not reach the severity of clinical depression. Dysthymia can last for many years and significantly complicates the realization of patients in society, worsens the quality of life. They feel unable to work, experience constant malaise and fatigue. Although dysthymic patients cope with their daily activities, it costs them enormous effort and is not enjoyable. Dysthymia is also characterized by sleep disturbances such as insomnia or excessive sleepiness. And often patients with dysthymia visit thoughts about the uselessness of such a life, they are prone to gloomy reflections both about their future and about humanity in general.
Why did dysthymia occur?
The system-vector psychology of Yuri Burlan will help us to understand this.
The conditions described above arise only in the owners of the sound vector. The sound vector is the only one that does not have material desires, it is interested in the spiritual, psychic. Our patient has been observing people's behavior since childhood, trying to understand their motives. I read philosophy and psychology, even psychiatry. And I could not find an answer to my questions.
The main question of the sound vector: “What is the meaning of life? What am I living for? What is the purpose of all that exists? " … Finding answers is the primary need of the sound vector, which overshadows all other desires. And while there is no answer - there is no point in anything else for a sound person. Our heroine was also looking for information on how the human psyche and soul work. "Tell me, is the body not the soul, is the soul eternal?" In the conversation, it became clear that these topics are close to her, like no others. She "saw no point in talking about others."
Exact sciences such as mathematics and physics are the talent of a sound engineer. The girl could have received a higher education, but already at that time the lack of the sound vector was so strong that she did not see the point in studying. And now her abilities, primarily the sound vector, are not being realized. Therefore, she developed dysthymia.
Dysthymia, like clinical chronic depression, is a manifestation of an unsatisfied sound vector. With a combination of sound and anal vectors, such a viscous, viscous, rigid state is obtained, from which neither here nor there.
A person develops a selective contact - communicates with only a few people, avoids worldly fuss and conversations, hides from society. And he sees no way out. Is he there?
How to treat dysthymia?
Treatment of dysthymia consists, first of all, in filling the psychic desires of the sound vector. This is the knowledge of one's nature, the human psyche. We can say that dysthymia is a variant of chronic depression with the only difference that with dysthymia, the symptoms of depression are not so pronounced and a person at least participates in social life at the very least.
Sound vector in search of answers to the questions "Who am I?" and "Why am I living?" can bring a person to a complete separation from the material world, and then developed depressions and suicidal thoughts develop. It is important to prevent this, to track the symptoms of dysthymia in time.
The suffering sound vector can suppress the entire psyche so that the desires of the other vectors cannot manifest themselves. In this case, the person says: “There are no desires,” that is, there are no material desires, because the sound vector is about the immaterial. When a sound person finds answers to questions about the human psyche, the meaning of life at the training of System-Vector Psychology, all symptoms of dysthymia, depression go away, the desire to live and energy return. More than 21 thousand repeated, consistent results confirm the unique effectiveness of the training.
You can get to know more about Systemic Vector Psychology, start discovering the features of your Self, at the free online training by Yuri Burlan.