13.04.2020 | 
Society
"IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO TAKE CARE OF THE EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING AND THE POSITIVE EMOTIONS": DAVID GEVORGYAN
"IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO TAKE CARE OF THE EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING AND THE POSITIVE EMOTIONS": DAVID GEVORGYAN
In the conditions of the state of emergency, we talked about the possible psychological problems in the society with the director of YSU Center for Applied Psychology, psychotherapist David Gevorgyan.

According him the most common psychological manifestations are tension and anxiety, which are mainly due to the uncertainty of the situation. Mental stability is highly dependent on the ability to control life. As uncertainty about the future increases, a person loses control of his or her own life and responds to it with anxiety.

 

In other words, in stressful situations, such as the current situation, there are complex emotional, mental and physical symptoms, which are often difficult for a person to deal with.

 

Mr. Gevorgyan said, that as a mechanism for self-regulation in such situations, it is possible to perform some not-so-complex psychophysical exercises to help alleviate anxiety. One of these tricks is, for example, various breathing exercises that will allow you to regulate oxygen metabolism in the body.

 

''It is very important to take care of the emotional well-being and the positive emotions. Different actions that can be performed at home can serve this purpose. active movements, dancing, painting, music, composing, even cleaning the house'' said Mr. Gevorgyan.

 

He also spoke about the "In an emergency with a psychologist" videoseries.

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