Regarding OCD One Part Of Mental Disorder?
O doctor, I am a star. I have read the article about OCD at HealthReplies.com. I don’t know for sure whether I have the potential to get OCD. However, when there is a small problem that is even due to my accident, I am always scared (even very), very guilty to others (even though they forgive me and say that it’s not my fault), even I cry violently and it all tortures me. I began to feel excessive fear when I was in elementary school. at night I woke up, then suddenly I was afraid my parents had died (I already knew if they were okay). then I woke up and repeatedly made sure that my parents were still breathing. it often happened (first), gradually I began to try not to think poorly (though it was difficult) and I succeeded. However, the interval between the years of excessive fear returned even though it was not as bad as before. until I was going to high school (high school), my UNAS grade was bad and I could not enter the public high school, my parents initially accepted but the day after the announcement they were angry at me, they said I was bothersome, I was better to sell it so my parents can buy a house, and so on. at that time I was so scared, so guilty, and so frustrated that I almost had a suicide attempt. I fought alone to get up again, very painful. they didn’t believe and didn’t care if I was very depressed and depressed at that time. a year I became a high school student, I can still get up even though sometimes I still feel pressured by the previous events. I can prove that even though I went to a private school, I was able to get parallel champions and scholarships to offset my school tuition fees. now I just graduated from college in one of the best PTN. but during college the peerage often reappears, although the intensity does not often but a small problem can make me so scared and cry great all night, to the point that I fear being close to other people and feel that I don’t deserve to be with them. Until now I still experience it, it’s just that it feels worse now. I often come up with negative thoughts that make me afraid (even to the point of being very scared), even though in fact everything is fine. for example, sometimes like when my partner takes a long time to reply to my message or like ignoring me, I feel afraid if my partner is bored and leaves me, I am afraid that I am unimportant and unworthy of my partner, and ends up being angry at my partner I (in fact he is sometimes innocent) and cried violently all night long, it also affected my mood and normal activities. I don’t want to feel that, but why does it always come? I even cry just because I think about feelings and thoughts like that is always with me. I am very tired in every situation like that always descends on me. even the worst of me came crying without a sound and screaming while hitting my head. dealing with that kind of bad thoughts and feelings immediately left me. and from articles that have read about OCD symptoms on this blog (HealthReplies.com) some symptoms (3-5) are similar to mine, but I can’t confirm whether my potential is OCD or not. that’s all, thank you very much 🙂
Hello Bintang! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
It seems that the symptoms that you experience are very disturbing for your activities. Maybe it needs to be straightened up a bit, OCD or obsessive compulsive disorder is an anxiety disorder where someone has repeated thoughts about one thing and / or responds repeatedly to deal with that anxiety. For example, a person often thinks whether he has locked the door, he will then lock the door again and again to make him feel calm. Another example is people who are worried about germs on their hands and do hand washing repeatedly to reduce their worries. The possibility of OCD disorders still cannot be ruled out, but from the symptoms you are telling, it seems to be more directed towards generalized anxiety disorder and other anxiety disorders. You may also experience depression accompanied by anxiety disorders. There are still various possible disorders that you experience and can only be determined after you have been examined. What is clear, the symptoms that you feel need to be treated professionally because it is very disturbing.
Mental disorders or mental health disorders are more difficult to diagnose than physical disorders. Several different disorders even have the same symptoms. Difficult if you estimate the interference you experience yourself. To determine the disorder you are experiencing and how to overcome it, you should see a mental health specialist or psychiatrist. The doctor will help you manage your mind so you can be more calm. Thus, you can also do activities and rest better. If necessary, your doctor will prescribe medicine to you to help you in the early stages of therapy. The support of family and people closest to you is very important in overcoming this problem. If there are relatives or people closest to you that you trust, you can try to tell this problem. If there isn't, you can entrust your psychiatrist to be your partner in dealing with this problem.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.