Association Of Insomnia With Bipolar Symptoms?
At night, I have very, very severe insomnia, I am strong for not sleeping for 24 hours, I am often sad for no reason to cry incessantly, sometimes I am very lazy to interact with new people, because I think I am afraid that they intend to be mean to me, yesterday I was a general practitioner then I told him my problem, then the doctor said I had bipolar symptoms, I was told to go to a psychiatrist, the doctor gave me a prescription for a drug containing diazepam, after I drank, I felt calm, and could sleep under 12 o’clock night, now my medicine is finished, i am getting restless and miserable, then what should i do now? Thank you in advance, good evening ..
From the information you have conveyed, there is a risk of complaints that lead to bipolar symptoms, it is necessary to know the possible causes, so that you can control your psychological condition well.
What you need to know about bipolar is a psychological condition where you can change from being happy to sad in a short time or vice versa. So that in a bipolar patient condition, the patient can feel happiness and sadness, these two things can change rapidly and fluctuate.
The patient's psychological condition greatly affects this, such as stress, anxiety, depression, psychological trauma, sleep disturbances or excessive thinking.
Therefore, your doctor recommends consulting a mental health doctor so that the doctor can conduct a psychiatric interview as well as perform a psychiatric examination. It is hoped that medical care and support can help you more easily control your psychological condition.
In addition, personally, you must also be able to reduce the triggering factors for the complaints you feel, do regular exercise, get enough sleep, and idealize your weight.
That is the information we can convey, also read bipolar.