Patients with chronic diseases have more psychological problems

Chronic diseases are called chronic non-infectious diseases, and they mainly include cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, diabetes, malignant tumors, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, mental disorders and mental illness. Because the treatment of chronic diseases is difficult to see results quickly, and the health damage is serious, patients are prone to various psychological problems.

When a sensitive person becomes ill, his attention turns to himself, his subjective sensation is abnormal, and he feels abnormally sensitive. He can even hear the sounds of his heartbeat, breathing, and gastrointestinal motility. He always thinks about his own illness, and thinks about other things Rarely care, easily misunderstood as selfish or indifferent.

Depression mental illness is a negative stimulus, which will inevitably affect the patient’s mood. The heavier the disease and the longer the course of the disease, the more serious this abnormal emotional response is, which is not only easily misunderstood but also not conducive to recovery.

Psychology of Dependence Due to the constant care and care of relatives, patients will become passive and dependent, and they will not be willing to do what they can do; their emotions will become fragile, even naive, like a child. They always want more relatives and friends Take care, visit more, and care more about yourself.

Suspicious psychological patients often become nervous, and they have a lot of doubts. When they listen to a whisper, they think they are talking about their illness. They are often dubious about the good words of medical staff and relatives and friends. They even suspect that the medical staff has made a mistake for themselves. Medicine, wrong shot. This will not only destroy the doctor-patient relationship, but also will not help patients feel at ease.

Anxiety Many patients will feel nervous after being admitted to the hospital, especially when they see the death of the surrounding patients, fear of pain, surgery, disability and death. This is extremely detrimental to rehabilitation and will weaken the patient’s subjective initiative and reduce the body’s immunity.

Self-blame is another type of psychological reaction that is prone to patients with chronic diseases. These patients feel that they have burdened their families and others, or even lost their beliefs in life. They are prone to depression, self-blame, inferiority, and withdrawal, and even commit suicide.

Patients with chronic diseases must fully understand the above-mentioned negative psychological manifestations and harms, learn to manage their negative emotions, maintain an optimistic attitude and positive emotions, and promote the early recovery of the disease. Family members should be good at observing the psychological changes of patients, giving them the greatest support and encouragement, helping them eliminate negative psychology, and letting patients know more about the development of modern medicine and the possibility of rehabilitation. It can also help patients build confidence to overcome the disease through the successful experience of other patients.