Changes In Mood And Withdraw From Relationships?
I am 21 years old. I want to ask. Previously, I was really moody. I am confused by my current condition. Approximately 3 years ago 2016 I felt the way I am now with different problems but similar actions. , I am sad, broken, frustrated, I blame myself, I deprived myself, I also blame several other people in my problem that is because I did not pass the SNMPTN Until months, maybe even because it hurt so much. and in 2017 I started to rise and enter univ. During 2017 2018 until 2019. I feel my mood every time. but i can control it. Nahh at this time. Now it’s been around 2-3 weeks. I feel really hurt at my friend. Btw also I only need to handle it myself. Well after the heartache continues, I can control it. One day each of them makes me sad, angry, upset, disappointed, I returned to my 2016 period earlier. Until now I experienced a bad thing. I also don’t greet them. . I am confused. What is the doctor’s opinion? Please advise and do I have any illness ??
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
The symptoms (for example the atmosphere of sadness, frustration, guilt in yourself, withdrawing from the association) that you convey does not rule out a form of symptoms of mental health disorders. However, these symptoms are not specific to a particular disease. Although it can be found in several mental health disorders, doctors need to ascertain in advance whether these symptoms are based on certain physical problems / illness before making a diagnosis of psychiatric problems. Self-diagnosis of the symptoms experienced is not wise or recommended, especially if done only on the basis of limited information and may be less accountable on the internet.
Your condition cannot be immediately concluded without going through a direct evaluation by a doctor. It requires a direct examination by a doctor or psychiatric specialist to establish a diagnosis of a psychiatric problem. The doctor needs to take a systematic history about the history of complaints and related biopsychosocial factors, then conduct a comprehensive physical examination, and supporting examinations according to indications that might be found. Through this evaluation process, the doctor can obtain an objective assessment of your condition and will be the basis for providing appropriate treatment.
Unfortunately we cannot say whether you have a particular disease because the evaluation process cannot be replaced by filing a complaint via an online platform. You are advised to consult directly with your doctor or psychiatric specialist so that your condition can be evaluated and treated appropriately.
If you are later diagnosed with a mental health disorder, your doctor can provide supportive counseling and psychotherapy to help you deal with (coping) and manage stress, identify symptoms, plan realistic therapeutic targets, and control yourself when symptoms occur. If there are indications, your doctor may also prescribe medicines that can help you feel more comfortable and help deal with the disease. Thus, you are expected to be able to carry out daily activities optimally.
As a suggestion, you should talk about complaints that are felt to those closest to you who can be trusted and believed to support therapy. Support from people closest to you is very helpful in successfully handling the problem. You should also continue the activities that you enjoy doing so that you can channel your feelings through positive things
Thus information from us. May be useful.