Prolonged Sadness, Fatigue Easily After Experiencing A Traumatic Event?
Hello, before I will explain psychological disturbances to myself. R n r n10 months ago I had experienced a terrible disaster that made me always cry alone .. both day and night, both happy and sad, outside or inside. Even though I do fun activities like traveling, I always keep thinking about this. R n r nI always try to forget in any way but it still doesn’t matter at all, maybe just for a moment and then remember again. Even when you’re happy remember too. So I often hide in public because I always cry, even seeing things that resemble disappointment will bring tears to my eyes. R n r nThis makes me feel very depressed, distrustful of people, changes in nature, headaches, no I was calm, moody, felt tired even though I was inactive, angry, r n r n. I even felt disappointed again at a different person, until finally I became uncontrollably angry because I harbored disappointment for a long time. Either because of him or before. R n r nI could not control my hands and emotions to hit him until his cheeks were bleeding from irritation. But after that I regretted what I had done. R n r r r r I was seldom this emotional. As strange as this. R nPlease be clear? Do I need to see a psychiatrist? Thank you..
Hello Damar, Thank you for the question.
After experiencing a traumatic event and then feeling sad for a long time, tired easily and experiencing the other complaints you mentioned, you may be depressed. Depression is a mood disorder that causes changes in thought patterns, feelings, and the way people react to things in everyday life. A person will experience sadness, disappointment, feeling useless, hopeless, easy to blame himself, and no longer interested in things that used to be liked. Furthermore, depression can cause sufferers to have trouble sleeping, tiredness, constipation, menstrual disorders, decreased appetite, and weight loss. It is not uncommon for the sufferer to also have suicidal thoughts or have even attempted suicide. This condition needs to be treated appropriately as soon as medically possible.
If this complaint has been going on for a long time and interferes with your daily activities, consulting with a psychiatrist / psychiatrist is indeed the best step. The doctor needs to evaluate you to determine / determine what condition you are experiencing so that the doctor can provide the right treatment for you, either in the form of psychological therapy or drugs.
In the meantime, try to get closer to your family and those closest to you. Try sharing with them what you think or feel. Also try to keep yourself busy with various activities such as social activities, religious activities, or sports.
Hope this information is helpful.