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 No.5091

My mental state has been declining again. I was feeling alright for awhile but now there is just so much I need to worry about every day is filled with anxiety and I don't know how I can keep going like this. Recently I cant even bring myself to enjoy the things i'm passionate about, I just spend my free time under a blanket listening to music and browsing the internet doing nothing productive. As soon as I get home I am so exhausted that I fall asleep so I cant sleep at night. I don't want to live like this, I don't feel like doing anything.

 No.5093

natsume is best girl

>nothing productive

congratulations. you are a honorary montenegrin.
you like to take it easy and you like it comfy. There is nothing morally wrong with beeing how you are and you should not feel bad about yourself for beeing like this. Of course you will be in conflict with the performance society because of your attitude but hey, can't do anything about this.

 No.5094

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You need to start exercising. It's hard at first, but being physically healthy actually gives you better stamina in mental and physical work. I'm not telling you this to get on your case or anything, your body requires physical activity to function properly.

 No.5095

>>5094
uhhh… how to get yourself to do ANY physical activities? please give advise on that

epic story time:
i'm living with my parents right now and i'm kinda embarrassed to do exercises when they're home… i'm afraid they notice me and start laughing and asking questions. and if i go outside to do exercises — it's even worse! first of all my parents are going to ask me where am i going and it would cause the same effect as in the first case. and second everyone will stare at me while i'm doing exercises and think 'what a fucking loser'. i can't do this in those cases… what should i do?
(not op)

 No.5096

>>5095
You always have the option of trying to exercise on the early morning/late night while everyone else is asleep.
At least that's what I've been doing for the past few months and it has worked out pretty well so far

 No.5097

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>>5095
You're trying to tell me you don't have any privacy in your house? You can't close your door? I just do calisthenics. Push-ups, sit-ups, lunges. I also like to run. Nobody will stare at you if you just take a jog. When doing push-ups, keep your feet together and your back straight. Lower yourself so that your elbows are still touching your body. This is proper form. When doing sit-ups, keep your feet apart and stare at the ceiling the entire time. Don't pull on your neck. It's way better to keep your hands on your knees or your arms crossed than on the back of your neck. Try to keep your feet on the ground. There's plenty of other body-weight exercises too. Before exercising, stretch. Sit on the ground and spread your legs apart. Try touching both hand to the same foot on both sides. Hold your position for at least thirty seconds to begin with. There's lots of other good stretches, by explaining them in text probably wouldn't even make sense, so I wont.

 No.5098

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Find someone that can help you figure it out, it seems like you really easy to get to the "other" side of a mental issue. You have the mentality that you want to change it but dont have the effort or energy. Find a professional that can keep pushing you on the other side of that, someone that keeps you active and makes sure you dont fall into the pit that is "exhausted at home in my bed"

Personally I was lucky, when I started getting depressed and shit like that, a girl from my class kept asking me to do shti with her, at first I thought she just wanted me to do stuff for her but ive realised she knew something was wrong and tried to keep me active with her and her friend circle.
but in the end there is no easy answer, hope you figure it out, having anxiety sucks ass.

Keep us updated.

 No.5099

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>>5097
doing while everyone is asleep won't help… we have little apartment and my mum has extremely good hearing. even if i go to the toilet at night or drink water on kitchen she instantly wakes up and going to me. doing anything in my room at night also isn't a good option because i share it with my younger sister. but thanks for the advise anyway, anon!
>>5096
my door doesn't have a lock and everyone often transpassing my room to go on a balcony. but you're right. i think i can overcame anxiety of jogging in public. and maybe i could do some sit-ups as well at day because it's rather quiet and quick. and stretching…

now it's time to work on myself! thank you all for advises and motivation

 No.5100

>>5099
Get a pretense to go outside, e.g go shopping. Walking or just being physically active (commuting) does plenty of good for the mind.

 No.5101

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>>5100
i know… thank you i've been thinking about something like this

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>>5098
>>5094
Thanks for the suggestions anons, I will try my best to get a reason to want to wake up every day and hopefully break my habit of taking naps as soon as I get home so I can sleep better. I dont think I could ever get into any rigorous exercise but I think I could handle getting out and walking around a lot more, night walks have always been something ive thought about, maybe ill give that a shot when the weather starts to cool down.

 No.5116

>>5095
I think nearly everyone has this anxiety when they first start out exercising, but after a while you realize that nobody seriously cares what your routine is or even that you're trying to better yourself. People in general are more concerned with their own health than yours, trust me.



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