posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 09:45 AM
Originally posted by thaknobodi
This is the reason i think many calm religious people have sudden psychotic breakdowns, we're just asking for it when we settle for less than a
spontaneous life to co-op with the fears of the status quo.
There are many non-religious people breaking down suddenly... And I doubt having variety in life or not is a factor.
The brain starts to blip when it doesn't have the support system to do what it ought. It can be partially genetic, and partially nutrient-based, and
Wonder why people experience breakdowns when they're stressed? Stress depletes the body of essential nutrients, more in some people and less in
others. But the symptoms of a depleted body can exhibit themselves later, as in several months after a stressful period. Having a responsible job
creates constant pressure, and it's important to look after one's health when in a stressful job. That means eating right and exercising, taking
time to relax and replenish/rebuild your body.
That will decrease the risk of a breakdown.