When you have a problem with something, you can't always pick up the phone and cry for no apparent reason. However, if you continue to cry for no apparent reason, this is very wrongheaded. This is usually a sign that you have more important problems.Crying is one of the signs that you need to think more about what is going on in your body. therefore, it is useful to know that there are known to be several types of crying, which are related to the causes of this behavior. Types 1. " Offence " - crying for no apparent reasons.Usually, these are:• Abnormal heart rate and activity. This condition is characterized by sudden drop in blood pressure, dizziness, coldness of the skin. inability to hold still, flailing, kicking up. Such movements are usually accompanied by pain and a sharp pain in the chest.• Depressed heart rate. Usually, the person starts to get very emotional, often stops breathing. He can't even hold back the tears anymore. He begins to cough, curse, and so on. Such symptoms are observed not only in adults, but also in children.2. For some reason " anger " - crying for no apparent reasons.This type of crying usually occurs when:1. You are angry at something;2. You are frustrated by a bad decision;3. You are annoyed by some word or behavior of a partner.4. you simply can not stand the situation.5. you simply don't understand it.6. you are very upset and don't know why..Most often, these are:1. The child is upset about something;2. The older one is upset about something;3. He is very upset about something.Some children's books, for example, " for crying out loud! " are very angry.4. You are in a compromising situation. (for example, in a relationship, if a husband is discovered to be cheating on his wife, the children will cry for no apparent reason. Also, this can happen if a husband leaves his job and is discovered to be a pimp.)5. You are single. (for example, in a relationship, if a husband is discovered to be cheating on his wife, the children will cry for some reason. This article is for informational purposes only. Please consult your legal guardian for information on the applicable laws of the state of New York.)