Do The Symptoms Of Acute Boredom Include Depression?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Bored itself is not a symptom of depression. Included in the symptoms of depression is when the person has lost interest from what has been his interest, for example, so far the person is very hobby and likes to play football or arranging flowers, and now he has no interest at all. He just silent and brooding.
Not only that, he also had no interest in caring for his body. He is lazy to take a bath, lazy to eat, lazy to dress up, lazy to talk, and the lazy stage is not just lazy which is common or being 'not good', lazy has reached the level of other people must force him to eat or the food in front of him only looked at or not touched for hours hour. And this condition must also last for at least 2 weeks to then be called depression.
Above all, depressed people must feel sad. Although sad does not mean depression, but those who experience depression must be sad. Because the sadness does not have to be clear, but the feeling is there. So in your condition, if you are just bored, chances are you are not depressed, even though you are bored with many things.
What happens to you may indeed not be depression but it is not impossible that there are other psychological disorders. Our advice, you should consult with a psychologist or psychiatrist about your problem, so that various important information is known such as when you felt this condition, have you ever really found something that interests you, how you think about life and so on . From this it is only known what exactly your problem is and what steps should be taken.
Meanwhile, try asking yourself, what would you honestly do if there were no obstacles in the form of norms, laws, rules, economics and so on. Do you really want to feel the nature in the forest, or feel adrenaline racing on the cliff, or so forth. Knowing this can determine who you really are and what you need. So, hopefully answering your question.