No Enthusiasm, Crying Without Cause And Uncontrolled Emotions?
Hello doctor, lately when I am in school, I feel unenthusiastic, like to cry without cause, uncontrollable emotions, and lazy to talk with others. I was depressed in class, why me? And what should I do?
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Symptoms of mood disorders become frequent crying, lost enthusiasm, and unwillingness to interact with other people do not rule out the possibility caused by the following things that require direct examination by a doctor, including:
Episodes of mild depression, sad mood symptoms, loss of interest and pleasure, fatigue, decreased activity, decreased self-confidence, withdrawing from relationships, feeling guilty and useless, ideas for self-injury or suicide ; these symptoms last for at least 2 weeks; cause a little difficulty in carrying out work and activities, but are still able to function socially on a daily basis
Episodes of major depression, symptoms similar to episodes of mild depression and also lasts for at least 2 weeks, but the symptoms have caused the patient unable to carry out work or daily social activities
Episodes of major depression with psychotic symptoms, symptoms similar to episodes of major depression, accompanied by symptoms of delusions (beliefs that are contrary to reality but are constantly maintained and cannot be changed logically) and / or hallucinations
You are advised to consult directly with a doctor or psychiatric specialist. Later the doctor will conduct an history about the history of complaints and associated biopsychosocial factors, a comprehensive physical examination, and possibly a supplementary examination if there are indications. Thus, your condition can be assessed appropriately so that it can be given the necessary treatment.
Your doctor can give you supportive psychotherapy that is useful to help you manage stress, identify symptoms, and control yourself when symptoms appear. If indications are found, your doctor may also prescribe medication to help you feel more comfortable and help with illness.
As a suggestion, you are encouraged to talk about complaints that are felt to those closest to you who believe you can support therapy. Support from trusted people is certainly very helpful in the successful handling of your health problems. You are also encouraged to continue the activities that you enjoy in order to channel your feelings through positive things.
Thus information from us. May be useful.