Can People With Maladaptive Daydreaming Disorders Actually Be Realized?
can people with maladaptive daydreaming actually be realized? please answer yes
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Maladaptive daydreaming (MDD) is a condition of mental disorders. This condition from the outside looks like daydreaming, but from the sufferer's side, he can daydream with very rich contents, with his daydreaming characters which for him are very real, a very clear picture of the situation, an atmosphere that is felt so much that it can be seen on his face; becomes sad when the contents of his daydreams are sad, happy when the contents of his daydreams are fun, even laughing if he thinks it's funny.
In addition, this condition also makes the person easily attracted to daydreams. Daily conversations, advertisements, writing on work desks, all of which can pull him into his reverie. In fact he will have difficulty in completing their daily tasks, difficult to sleep, and really have a real desire to immediately return daydreaming. Simply, people with this disorder will daydream so intense, strong and often that it interferes with their daily activities.
There is no known cause for this condition, there are no strict methods to diagnose it, even there is no official treatment because there is still a lack of knowledge about this condition. Many psychiatrists are still confused about making a diagnosis of MDD because in reality, it is sometimes difficult to distinguish it from other mental disorders, or even normal conditions. Meanwhile, regarding your question, the main problem of MDD is the daydreaming condition that interferes with the person's daily and social functions, not the content or content of the daydreaming itself. So it depends again on the contents of his reverie.
If the contents of the daydream are good, such as the person wants to be rich in the future, becomes an influential person, brings peace, or other positive things that are achieved in a positive way too, it doesn't matter if you want to be realized. But of course, all these things could not be realized if he was still experiencing MDD. MDD sufferers who actually do not have enough strength to commit to something and become successful in the field because he can't even fight himself to continue daydreaming. If you can, then he actually has no MDD or has recovered. Conversely, if the content of his reverie contains something negative, against norms, law, religion, customs and culture, then it should not be realized.
In addition, technological advances now allow a person to obtain various information and make his own conclusions that are not right for him. If you feel that you have MDD or know someone who you think has MDD but have not received an examination from a psychiatrist, it should be checked by a psychiatrist first, to be ascertained and determined together with the best steps that should be taken. So, hopefully answering your question.