Prefer To Be Alone And Sensitive To The Surroundings.?
hello, I’m a 20th year student. since I first went to college, I felt a strange symptom in me. I became less smiley, sensitive, and sometimes my friend only asked trivial things I got angry. I was basically quiet, but my quiet was getting worse during this lecture. when I work in groups with friends who need discussion, I just keep quiet not say a word. I also often cry when I’m watching. I prefer to be alone spending time in my room to watch compared to going out to hang out with my friends. lately I also often think weird about my friends, like I’m jealous if my friend has another friend, or I think bad of my friends about him actually not like me. besides that I also often speak spontaneously, but I regret what I said with my friend until days I think about it. I often feel a headache in the eyebrows, in addition to that it often suddenly hurts in the back of the head. it feels very painful in the back of the head. sometimes my ears often ring, which makes me dizzy. What do you think I suffer? Thank you in advance 🙂
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Emotions in the form of feelings of anger, sadness, annoyance, or keep a dislike for something is an emotion or a natural thing if it is still within its limits and if it is caused by a clear reason. However, if emotions that occur to you outside the normal limits that cause disruption in daily life and also interfere with the interaction with your environment, this condition can be related to psychological problems or mental health.
Generally psychological disorders can be related to mental health. Good mental health is a condition when our mind is in a state of calm and calm, thus allowing us to enjoy our daily life and appreciate others around us.
Someone with impaired mental health will experience mood disorders, the ability to think, and difficulty controlling emotions that can ultimately lead to bad behavior so that it can cause problems in daily life, not only can damage interactions or relationships with others, but also can reduce work productivity or daily activities.
Here are some common types of mental or psychological disorders:
Stress Depression Anxiety disorders These disorders, often cause physical symptoms such as headaches, nausea, sleep disorders, digestive disorders. So that the headache that you feel can still be possibly caused by a misstep of emotional stress. Therefore stress control or management is needed to maintain physical and mental health.
If you feel a headache, accompanied by feelings of sadness, annoyance, anger or sensitivity does not mean solely caused by physical or psychological disorders. Usually most headaches are not a serious problem, and often can be treated alone without specific treatment.
More articles about: How to Manage Stress
If you experience complaints that lead to mental health disorders. Or when complaints that you feel have disrupted your daily life, such as your relationship with others, disrupting school performance, or decreasing work productivity. Feel free to consult the nearest psychologist or psychiatric doctor.
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