Why do we Sleep alot? Pt.2

If a person is spending more time in an unconscious in a sort of an unconscious state than being conscious rather than calling the person sleepy head or a lazy person, maybe try finding out the reason behind it. Nobody likes being in a half dead, half alive state. It's not something someone enjoys, especially people do when they are very tired, but someone doesn't really enjoy it all the time
Junaid Khalfay
@captkhalfay · 4:57
So essentially, if you go to see it just feels like the first meal when I wake up is dinner. And I think that's pretty messed up. Right. And then after that there was a time when I slept at two or 230 and I've woken up after midnight. So my actual day is starting at midnight, which I feel was very messed up. I tried to kind of reverse the sleep cycle. Sometimes it happens. Sometimes I just go back to doing that
Parmi Savla
@Whimsicalpastry · 4:49
And after watching that movie, I'd say that Indian society has eastened up on the whole mental health debacle, maybe by even 1%, but that's some progress given the kind of situation that we're all stuck in and the mental health issues have existed since forever. But I guess Indian society has always lacked and it's always late to accepting a lot of things
Junaid Khalfay
@captkhalfay · 4:31
If you see in the US, there are people. I mean, depression is a big term. If you go to see right. I'm not even talking about depression. I'm talking about if you're just plain sad, people do go to psychologists to discuss their problems to talk about their problems, because they just want to get that out of their system. Whereas, over here we have people who have bigger problems. They're not just sad they slipped into depression or they have bigger issues
Zoya A
@ZoyAmol · 2:15
And one more thing, I would like to say that there is plenty of time to sleep in the grave, so one must really find their reasons to be awake and be happy and be accepting to whatever comes by because it's important to live than being just alive
Parmi Savla
@Whimsicalpastry · 4:04

@captkhalfay

I'm surely glad that things are falling back in place right from my parents to my grandparents and everyone have been very sound and understanding about these issues, and that absolutely gives me hope because I am a major mental health advocate, not that studied in this field, but I know the kind of struggles that people go through. I have so many friends who are extremely struggling
Parmi Savla
@Whimsicalpastry · 4:04

@ZoyAmol

We are actually doing what our forefathers used to do. We are pressurizing our own generation into thinking that mental health issues are wrong. You wouldn't say that to a person who's going through heart issues or a person who has fractured his hip or his knee. You wouldn't say that. Keep running, keep dancing, keep pumping more blood. You're wasting your time. You've just got one life. Come on, get to it. You know why?
Zoya A
@ZoyAmol · 4:08
And before addressing these kind of things, I'd like to say that there's a difference between mental health problems as a whole, because there are two things mental health disorders, which are something which are clinically significant disturbances in regard to mental health issues. And this is something which people cannot simply hide or avoid, and we cannot wait for the Indian Society to awaken in their regard, and they need to be treated by the Therapeutics and other things