Depression Often Cries Suddenly.?
Hello, I want to ask about depression. Since I returned home from camp two weeks ago I have often felt sad. Dikit “melow for trivial things. Like when riding a motorcycle I can be sad to arrive “, turn on the TV but can’t I can be very late to cry the end “. Yesterday I came home from college not knowing why I felt so sad until I cried, and I cried for quite a long time. And in the end, I was easily irritated when I was ignorant about what people said. I know that I’m depressed, but I can’t handle it. Moreover, I can not tell people or friends if I am now depressed. I’m tired it’s been 2 weeks like this, I don’t know what causes me to be sad, the cause I’m crying “. Help me deal with it
Hello, Layliyyah. Thank you for the questions submitted to HealthReplies.com We can understand the concern you feel.
There are a number of possibilities that might cause complaints as you feel and require direct examination by a doctor, including:
Episodes of mild depression (complaints: moods of sadness, loss of interest and pleasure, fatigue, decreased activity, decreased self-confidence, withdrawal from association, feeling guilty and useless, ideas for self-injury or suicide; these complaints arise for at least 2 weeks, resulting in a little difficulty in doing work and social activities, but still able to function socially)
Severe depressive episodes (complaints as in mild depressive episodes; these complaints occur for at least 2 weeks; have resulted in the inability to carry out work or social activities)
Severe depressive episodes with psychotic symptoms (complaints as in severe depressive episodes, accompanied by hallucinatory symptoms and / or delusions [beliefs that are not in accordance with reality but are maintained and cannot be changed logically])
We encourage you to consult directly with a doctor or psychiatric specialist. Your doctor will evaluate the history of your complaint and associated biopsychosocial factors, carry out a physical examination, and support examinations (if necessary). Through this series of processes, it is hoped that an appropriate evaluation of your condition can be obtained so that appropriate treatment can be given.
Your doctor may provide supportive psychotherapy to help patients manage stress, identify symptoms, and control themselves when complaints arise. If there are indications, the doctor can also give medicines to help patients feel more comfortable and deal with the disease.
You are also advised to talk about complaints felt to those closest to you who can be trusted to support therapy. Support from people closest to you is very helpful in successfully handling the problem. In addition, it is also advisable to continue the activities that you enjoy so that you can channel your feelings through positive things.
Thus information from us. May be useful.