Often Feeling Excessively Sad, Bringing Up Past Trauma?
I am 16 years old Ulma. r nSy if I drop the misalin given the words that hurt usually my heart really hurts so often I often think of other painful words / treatment that was not good for me from childhood. So I always consider myself unable to live anymore, my mind is also chaotic thinking about the task and that’s tdi. as a result I often cried alone in a normal room until I was short of breath. There is no way to overcome it, I’m really embarrassed if I want to tell a story in my parents / friends.
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Sad or happy is a natural feeling experienced by everyone who lives. The difference is, how do we respond to sadness or pleasure, whether wisely or just the opposite.
Your condition that often feels excessive sadness, bring up past trauma, to make you feel no longer useful, unable to carry out your activities properly, even experiencing a variety of physical complaints, such as shortness of breath can be indicative of symptoms of depression. Depending on the severity, there are conditions that can be treated with natural treatment, but there are also those that need further treatment from a doctor. If treatment is inadequate, people with depression can experience a variety of complications, including decreased productivity (such as learning or working), sleep disorders, increased risk of illness (such as heart disease, hypertension, or diabetes), to the tendency to take actions that can endanger themselves alone (like suicide) or someone else.
There are many factors underlying depression, including biological factors, abnormalities in chemical compounds in the brain, hormonal, to heredity (genetic). Several factors, such as certain personality disorders, a history of past traumatic events, have certain mental disorders (such as excessive anxiety disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder), have certain chronic diseases (such as cancer, chronic pain, stroke), to alcohol and drug consumption can increase your risk of having a depressive disorder. Considering its multifactorial trigger, handling of depressive symptoms also needs to be done comprehensively, especially with psychiatric approach. You can do the following steps first:
Do not be too complicated to think about the problem Believe, that our lives are in God's control. Therefore, everything that applies in this life, of course, has been arranged well by Him. Do everything with the best effort, about the results, leave it to God Don't expect anything from other people or the environment, rely on your own abilities Make yourself happy, but still without breaking normally, for example by doing a lot of hobbies, vacations, hanging out with people your loved ones, etc. Busy yourself with good activities, also choose the social environment that makes you develop into a better person again. Don't be too stunned or aloof Stay away from alcohol and drugs Live a healthy lifestyle, including with sleep, exercise, and eat regularly Improve the quality of your worship If the steps above you have lived optimally, but the complaints still do not seem to improve, do not hesitate to go directly to the doctor or psychiatrist (psychiatrist) yes .. With a direct doctor's examination, the possibility of other diseases, for example psychiatric disorders others (such as bipolar disorder, cyclotymic disorders) to certain organic disorders (such as hypothyroidism), etc. can be detected and treated early.
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