Frequent Sudden Emotions Are My Symptoms Related To Depression?
Hello. I’m 22 years old. I had experienced depression about a year ago but now it is getting better and even I feel that my psychological condition is fine. R nNow my life is stable but I often experience sudden emotional turmoil. There are no triggers, events or events, suddenly my mind seems to be weighed down to push my emotions up which results in me crying or irritated moaning until my body moves reflexes like epilepsy, epilepsy or the like. What I want to ask is whether what happened to me has anything to do with depression that I have experienced? Actually, depression can be cured 100%? R n r nThank you.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Depression is a certain mood disorder characterized by extreme sadness, for no definite reason, and it's so severe that it interferes with daily activities. Depressed people will lose interest in self-care such as bathing, eating, or engaging in hobbies that they normally enjoy. And this condition must last for at least 2 weeks to be considered depression. This is important because in this day and age, the term depression is often used loosely in place of the usual 'sad'. Even though this is not the case, depression has certain criteria and can only be diagnosed by a psychologist or psychiatrist.
Regarding the sudden emotional state you are feeling, it could be a condition of a variety of mental disorders, such as:
Bipolar disorder anxiety disorder Panic attack Conversion disorder
Which is not specifically related to depression, but each history of mental disorders becomes a risk factor for the person to experience other mental disorders in the future, even if different types. Our advice, if this is the case, you should immediately consult a psychiatrist for further testing. Your psychiatrist will then check using a questionnaire to detect possible disorders, and give you treatment in the form of medication or therapy.
Meanwhile, try to pay attention to whether there really is no trigger, how often, and if there is no trigger, at least remember again what happened that started all this. There is not much you can do independently at home, so you should get checked out immediately. So, hopefully it answers your question.