Characteristics And Treatment Of Mental Disorders?
. it’s been almost 1 year I have difficulty concentrating, feel tired even though I have slept 6 hours, often have headaches and tightness, and I often feel sad, empty, helpless, and easily agitated.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. One of the challenges of the development of science and treatment of mental disorders is that it is too often underestimated, is considered non-existent, is considered not serious, and the severity is not only done by lay people, but also by fellow health workers.
It is not easy to detect mental disorders, because unlike physical disorders with obvious symptoms, such as coughs, colds, abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting of blood, fainting or seizures that are not common everyday, symptoms of mental disorders we often experience and feel, and may seem normal. Examples are sad, mood swing, fear, irritability, anxiety, laziness to talk and much more. Often new people can find out that there is a mental disorder when the symptoms shown are already severe, such as running without clothes, screaming for no apparent reason to suicide. Yet if it's like that, the handling will be much more difficult or even already can not be done anymore.
In your case, there are characteristics of mental disorders in you, but we can not give more specific information about the cause and name of the disease clearly because it requires further examination directly by the experts. But actually regardless of whether you really have a mental illness or not, you don't need to hesitate to see a psychologist or psychiatrist. They will not blame yourself or sue you if it turns out from the results of the examination, you do not experience mental disorders.
Because determining whether someone has a mental disorder or not is part of the diagnosis, and the authority and competent to determine the diagnosis is a doctor, in this case a psychiatrist, not someone else, especially yourself. So you don't need to hesitate, as you are sure to see your doctor if you have a fever, cough or diarrhea for a week, you also have to be sure to see a psychiatrist with all the discomfort, especially if you have felt it for almost a year. Don't let the people around you look down on you for any distractions you feel. We understand that you must have struggled to eliminate all the complaints yourself, but you are not able and it is not your fault. Not that you are weak, and that does not mean you fail. Check yourself, and believe that you have the right to a good, decent living and that there is a way to do that, namely by checking yourself. So, hopefully answering your question.