Causes And Ways Of Dealing With Uncontrolled Emotions, Hallucinations And Self-injury?
Good luck, I want to ask why I always act strange from the start of my emotions that I can’t control, then hallucinations that make me stressed and thoughtless, even I often cry without tears, I’m depressed and don’t want to get along, even though I always pretend to be accused even though I am not interested in anyone, I am a closed person and more save everything, even though I’m imagined and afraid of everything, I can hurt myself to make myself calm? Am I crazy?
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Hallucinations are perceptual disturbances that cause a person to seem to see, hear, smell, or feel, however, they are not really there or are not real. This condition can be experienced or influence one's five senses, thus forming a strong belief in this truth even though for others this is not real. Some of the things that cause hallucinations are:
1. mental disorder
2. disorders of the brain or brain diseases, such as migraine, stroke, epilepsy
3. sleep disorders
4. head injury
5. drug side effects
6. Other health problems, such as electrolyte disorders, cancer, HIV disease
7. the psychological trauma that has occurred
9. bipolar disorder before, such as the departure of family members, or painful events that have made you disappointed
so that there is a history of complaints where you can't control your emotions, don't want to get along, cry easily until hallucinations appear that can possibly be triggered by a history of psychological trauma that you may have experienced before. When you still understand reality and put time, place, and reality in its place, then all complaints that you feel may not be a condition of psychosis or mental disorders. For example in children who have a companion, but this is one of the things that can be found in the growth and development of children, so that hallucinations are still within reasonable limits. But if you have withdrawn, can not socialize, do not know the reality and imagination, and do not follow the prevailing norms, then all of this will lead to the condition of psychosis.
However, all this needs to be ascertained directly by the psychiatrist to help find out the cause and to help control and restore your emotional and psychological state. the doctor will conduct an interview, a psychiatric examination, if necessary, a supporting examination can also be done to determine whether there is a physical disease that affects this condition. The results of the examination will help the doctor to provide appropriate care and treatment.
Some things you can try to help reduce this complaint, such as:
1. avoid excessive stress and anxiety
2. Avoid or limit conflicts with other people or conflicts in the environment around you
3. avoid sleeping late
4. do regular exercise
5. reduce the burden of excessive thoughts or excessive demands that burden you
6. Summarize all things from the present or past
Thus the info we can convey.