Anxious And Without Enthusiasm?
I am a 20-year-old female student. I always worry about a lot of things, like how others see me, how I am in the eyes of others and some of them. I also always felt weak and lackluster, and this has been going on for several years. In the worst times there is always a desire to die but I still want to live. Am I depressed?
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We understand the uncomfortable feeling you are experiencing. There are a number of possibilities that can cause these complaints and require a direct examination by a doctor, including:
Severe depressive episodes (symptoms occur at least 2 weeks, such as: loss of interest and excitement, moods of sadness, fatigue, decreased activity, decreased self-confidence, withdrawal from relationships, guilt and uselessness, ideas for self-injury or killing self, complaints have made patients unable to carry out work or social activities) Episodes of severe depression with psychotic symptoms (symptoms such as those in severe depressive episodes, accompanied by delusions [beliefs that are not in accordance with reality but are maintained and cannot be changed logically] and / or hallucinations) Comprehensive anxiety disorders (excessive anxiety and anxiety, sometimes illogical, lasting throughout the day, felt within> = 6 months, may be accompanied by motor tension [headache, trembling]) You are advised to immediately consult a doctor or doctor immediately psychiatrist specialist. The doctor will evaluate the history of complaints and related biopsychosocial factors, conduct a physical examination, and plan a supportive examination if necessary. It is hoped that this process can produce the right assessment so that appropriate treatment can be given.
Patients can be given supportive psychotherapy to help manage stress, identify symptoms, and control themselves when complaints arise. If needed, the doctor can also give medicines to help patients feel more comfortable and deal with the disease.
As a suggestion, you are strongly advised to talk about complaints that are felt to those closest to you who believe you can support therapy. Support from the people closest to greatly helped the success of the management of this problem. Continue the activities that you enjoy so that you can channel your feelings through positive things.
Such is our explanation. May be useful.