mental disorder-(grief)



Grief is an emotional reaction to loss and disappointment, such as the loss of a loved one, the breaking up of a relationship, or losing a job.


Grief is characterized by weeping, wailing, sobbing, sighing, withdrawal, and depression. Rational thinking is usually overcome by emotion during acute grief.


People who are grief stricken may become seriously depressed and even suicidal. If the person makes seriously statements about suicide or makes any plans or attempts, emergency psychiatric intervention may be necessary.

  • Ignatia is the first medicine to think of in acute grief. If there is lots of sobbing and sighting and the person is hysterical give ignatia.
  • Natrum muriaticum is useful when the personis withdrawn, hides her tears from others, and desires salty food.
  • Phosphoric acid should be given when the person is completely exhausted and apathetic after grief or hearing bad news.
  • Confide your feelings to friends and family or a qualified therapist or spiritual counsellor.
  • Do not spend too much time alone.
  • Let yourself cry until it passes on its own.
  • Try not to dwell too much on the past, guilt, and regrets.
  • Let the person or situation go, and move on with your life as soon as you are ready.
  • Do something special for yourself to get your mind off your grief for a time.
  • Do something to help someone else who needs it.

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