Feelings Of Pressure, Anxiety And Excessive Anxiety In A Family Environment?
Good night, at the age of 21 I am very, very depressed, restless, and excessive anxiety. I feel very depressed when I am in a family environment. Since I was 14 years old (junior high school) I have felt that and often felt like going and living alone. my parents generated a deep sense of anxiety and fear. I’m not a bad boy, I’m a homebody. I am afraid that if I am honest with them I will be considered a child of disobedience. I was always considered wrong and compared to others. right now I feel very, very depressed and depressed. what is my psychological problem? do I need a psychiatrist / psychologist?
Hi Lilyaf. Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
We can feel the pain and distress you are experiencing. If you occasionally experience feelings of pressure, anxiety and anxiety, this is still considered normal, because these conditions are part of human life. However, if anxiety, anxiety and depression or feelings of depression occur excessively and often enough and have disturbed someone from carrying out daily activities, it can be said that there is a mental health condition.
Depression or feeling depressed is an affective disorder which is usually accompanied by feelings of sadness, loss of enthusiasm, tendency to be lazy in activities, disturbances in sleep patterns and easily tired. This condition can cause social disruption in everyday life.
Depressive symptoms can be either primary symptoms or additional symptoms. The main symptoms can be:
Depressed mood or emotions with feelings of emptiness and sadness Loss of interest in various activities Easily tired While additional symptoms are as follows:
Pessimistic (looking at a gloomy future) Decreased self-esteem Decreased appetite Decreased concentration Feelings of guilt Hurting yourself or having suicidal thoughts The presence of sleep disorders In addition to the symptoms above, depression also found the following cognitive disorders:
The existence of feelings of hostility towards the environment Judging themselves as useless Feeling a bleak future To determine whether you have depression or other disorders, it is best to consult a psychiatrist or psychologist. In addition to a physical exam, your doctor will conduct interviews to evaluate your mental health. From the information you have provided, you have been experiencing a state of depression and anxiety for a long time. It is unfortunate that you have not received treatment or help from an expert in your field, even though the earlier depression is treated, the maximum recovery can be achieved. However, it is never too late for someone to try. Family support in this case is very important because it will speed up the healing process. For that, talk about your condition to your family, especially your parents, openly. If the diagnosis is correct, the doctor will provide treatment such as psychotherapy, education, antidepressant drugs and other drugs as needed.
Some of the things you can do yourself include:
Learn to control and calm yourself Learn to forgive, because easy to forgive is the key to happiness Get closer to God Believe that God will not give a trial or test that is greater than we can bear Always think positively Busy yourself with fun things, such as hobby or sport. Hopefully useful. Best regards, Dr. Shirly