Pseudobulbar affect (PBA), emotional lability, labile affect, or emotional
incontinence is a type of affect characterized by involuntary crying or
uncontrollable episodes of crying and/or laughing, ...
Below are specific symptoms associated with common mental health disorders. ...
in a negative light, thoughts of death and suicide; Behavioral – Crying spells, ...
Psychotic disorders are not as common as depression and anxiety disorders, ...
May 29, 2016 ... If you or someone you know shows any of the following warning signs, contact a
mental health professional right away or go to the emergency ...
Many people find themselves asking “why do I cry for no reason”, but there is ...
so visit a mental health professional or doctor if you suspect you have anxiety.
Oct 18, 2011 ... While the exact causes of the disorder are not fully understood, ... says that one of
the reasons why PBA is misunderstood is that it's so often mistaken for
depression. ..... Lifestyle Interventions in Mental Health · Depression: An ...
... swings, laughing more than you normally would or crying at the smallest thing,
you may be suffering from bipolar disorder. ... Bipolar disorder is no one's […].
Mar 14, 2012 ... Looks or acts sad most of the time; Cries often; Can't feel any emotions ... You
may feel like you have no real reason to be depressed. ..... for me such as,
focusing on my physical and mental health, spending time outdoors, ...
Crying for no reason more often than most people do can be an unusual
symptom ... so visiting your physician or a mental health professional is a wise
The crying may not seem to have a direct or obvious trigger; sobs often come "out
of nowhere. ... a substance abuse problem, or both, according to the National
Institutes of Mental Health. .... 8 Reasons Seniors Should Consider a Robotic Pet.
Sep 21, 2015 ... It's good to cry, says mental health charity. Poll for Mind finds that ... Mind said: “
Anxiety has now become level with depression as one of the most common
reasons for calls to Mind's Infoline. In 2014/15 ... It's really not worth it.