Excessive Anxiety And Sudden Anger When Seeing Something?
I want to ask, if I sometimes feel overly anxious, I get angry all of a sudden if I look at things or people who have hurt me before I can even cry. Sometimes I become a lonely person, what doesn’t happen sometimes I am afraid, what I think has not happened yet concerned with people who used to hurt, trs I sometimes feel things that I’ve done but I’m not sure and repeated gi, for example, my door lock and the key until the outside I am not sure and repeat gi, even want to leave my house at the door but hesitated fear there who forget, do I need a spikiater, thank you
Hello, Tanaa Ngki. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com.
Your complaints can be caused by several possible causes, for example:
Comprehensive anxiety disorder (excessive anxiety and worry, sometimes it can be less logical / realistic, lasts throughout the day, can be accompanied by anxiety, insomnia, at least felt for 6 months) Post traumatic stress disorder (there are shadows of ongoing events, feel less comfortable if you remember a traumatic event, causing humbleness in everyday life, occurs within a period of 6 months after a severe traumatic event) Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (excessive preoccupation with regularity, tend to be perfectionist, too thorough and careful) We recommend that you consult with a doctor or psychiatric specialist because psychiatric problems require a direct examination by experts. Later the doctor will conduct an history of the history of the disease and biopsychosocial that affects, physical examination, and if necessary also a supporting examination. Later an appropriate assessment can be obtained so that appropriate treatment can be given.
Your doctor may plan supportive psychotherapy to help patients identify symptoms, stress management, and self-control when symptoms occur. If needed, the doctor can provide drugs that help overcome the disease. It is hoped that later patients can return to their activities optimally.
At home, you can do the following suggestions:
Tells what you feel to the people closest to you who can be trusted to support therapy. Do activities that you enjoy doing to channel feelings of discomfort through positive things. Keep maintaining enthusiasm and trying to think positively. To enrich insight, you can read articles about anxiety disorders. Such is our explanation. May be useful.