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Lack of interest in work which has negative impact on my progress

24 year female with no previous history of any disease no past medical history i have developed sense of lack of interest in my work since 2 years which had had negative impact on my progress .
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jul 2011
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
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Is it a new job you have embarked upon. Maybe you need a change of job. Are you getting enough sleep at night. Stop eating junk food. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Drink plenty of water. Exercise everyday. If you feel depressed, lack of sleep, change in weight, I suggest you consult a Psychiatrist for best help you can get.
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Pediatrician Dr. Aseem's  Response
Hi Manar
Welcome to HCM,
Read your prob, first you have to to rule oyt the cause behind it as this is due to external enviorment effect, due to long lasting mechenical rotine or mental clouding or any other tension. so you should consult your doc n try yourself to rule out the cause. along with it you shoud change your enviorment for some days n regain your energy, you should walk long alone so you get some time for thinking about you. plan out your day , weak , n yrs. this trial helps you coming out from this.
Dr aseem 9982583020
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Pediatrician, Infectious Diseases Dr. Hema Yadav's  Response
Hopelessness, helplessness n worthlessness n in extreme cases suicidal feeling are signs of depression.U r v young n have a long way to go.Try to forget ur past n move ahead.if unhappy with job leave it. Life is precious dont waste it for anyone .dont measure happiness by success in work. Try yoga, to someone close.if u r still depressed consult a psychiatrist.
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