Often Experience Mood Swings And Dizziness When In Peace?
after I realized, I often experience changes in mood from the universal / happy / happy to feel very guilty, tired, worthless, fearful, sensitive like crying when remembering things / bad words even often I want to do things “that ” because I felt so useless. I already read about bipolar, but I think it’s just moodswing. Then when I’m feeling down / tired, I often lock myself in my room for up to 4 days without interacting with family. Because of that I was often scolded by my parents for my behavior because even my parents’ words made me even worse so I often cried moreover also made me become afraid to get out. Earlier that day I felt very optimistic, doing a lot of assignments quickly, staying up late at 3 pgi to study. Then I quite often feel dizzy when in the crowd can only pay attention to skitar, even when I go to the old people it’s nothing. what should I do ‘(I’m tired of being able to stop normal as usual without having to be like that? Please help.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. What you experience is indeed one of the biggest challenges for handling mental disorders, especially in Indonesia. When a person experiences physical symptoms such as coughing, diarrhea, dizziness or the like, it is easy for us to consider it a disease and see a doctor immediately. But when mental symptoms appear, such as drastic mood swings for no apparent reason, ongoing sadness, decreased motivation and so on, not a few people assume, even among the doctors themselves, that it is a simple matter.
In fact, diagnosing and dealing with mental disorders is not easy. For example like your condition now, we can only say that it is a symptom of a mental disorder, but we cannot confirm whether you have a mental disorder or not. Because what you experience can also be experienced by normal people. For mood changes, this can normally occur in women, especially those who are menstruating or experiencing hormonal imbalances. It can also occur in certain conditions where the change can be understood such as for example someone who is laughing and joking and then got the news of the closest person died, of course it is very natural if then his mood changes dramatically in a short time. Then regarding other things you mentioned, it can also be natural when we are in an environment that really does not understand us. Especially when the parents we expect most understand our circumstances do not actually show supportive behavior.
So with your present condition, if indeed you feel so disturbed, you should immediately consult yourself with a psychologist or psychiatrist to get the examination and treatment you need. If you are still a student and going to the expert requires your parents' approval, you can tell your counselor teacher or lecturer first, so that the teacher or lecturer will communicate it to your parents.
If indeed everything is not going well and in the end you still cannot get expert examination and treatment, at least believe that whatever will and has happened to you, hurting yourself is not the solution. Understand and believe that you can definitely get through these hard times sooner or later. At least until later you can live independently and can consult your problems without the need for your parents' approval. Meanwhile, do positive things, tell your problem to people you trust or may be to yourself in front of the glass as if you are someone else, and live a healthy lifestyle. So, hopefully answering your question.