Symptoms of controlling behaviour by the Health Organisations

The most common effects of Health Organisations controlling behaviour are:
Psychological:
• Feeling unable to cope
• loss of motivation.
* Depression, anxiety or panic attacks.
• Sleeplessness or nightmares,
* Feeling powerless or out of control, leading to:
* Eating disorders (weight loss or gain),
• alcoholism, or substance misuse.

Social
• difficulty concentrating leading to poor work or academic performance
• increased absenteeism.
* The weakening of a support network, or being ostracized as family may distance themselves.
* Can put extreme stress upon relationships with significant others

Health
* Headaches
• Fatigue
* Loss of trust in healthcare environments and Healthcare professionals. Leading to an inability to attend healthcare appointments. With a decline in Health.

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