Causes Of Irritability When Hearing A Loud Sound?
I experienced a loss of taste, still like other healthy people can feel sweet, spicy, salty, happy, sad. But it feels like something is missing. And lately I get angry easily when I hear a rather loud sound, whatever it is. And again I felt like I was watching myself. What does that mean, is there something wrong with me?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Even if you mention sweet, spicy and salty tastes, we assume you mean a loss of taste that refers more to a loss of mood, feeling, enthusiasm, or anything related to feelings or the heart, rather than the sense of taste or taste, namely the tongue. If this is not what you mean, then we apologize for the misunderstanding.
What you are feeling can actually be two conditions, namely, it is a normal thing and will improve on its own, and which requires serious treatment. If it's normal, then what you feel is a sign that you are bored, need a new atmosphere, need a new goal in life, a new goal where you can put your passion there and so on. One way to handle it is to do something out of the ordinary, of course, which is still safe for you and does not harm others.
However, if it is a serious condition, then you may have emotional disturbances, hallucinations or even derealization, all of which are symptoms of a psychological disorder.
Because it may be difficult for ordinary people to distinguish whether the symptoms are serious or not, so our advice, consult what you feel with a psychiatrist. Just tell me, and let your psychiatrist determine whether you need serious treatment or not. Often, if it's not for something serious, they will only provide tips like what we convey, but in a more direct and effective way because they will hear more complete information from your story directly. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa