Regarding Some Chronic Mental Disorders?
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Thanks for the question. Having a mental health disorder can indeed interfere with the sufferer's daily activities. Mental health disorders consist of various kinds of disorders. In order to know for sure what you are suffering from, you should consult with a psychiatrist / psychiatrist because the doctor needs to ask for more information about what you are experiencing.
From some of the complaints you convey, one condition that you may be suffering from is obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). OCD is a psychological disorder that causes a person to have obsessive thoughts followed by compulsive behaviors to get rid of the obsessive thoughts. There are 4 stages in OCD, obsession, anxiety, compulsion, and temporary relief. Obsessions are thoughts that are filled with irrational fear and anxiety so that the sufferer will take repeated actions to relieve this anxiety. This repetitive behavior will give the sufferer temporary relief. However, then this thought will return and this state will repeat itself. For example, someone has to check the door lock repeatedly before going out of the house. The cause of this condition is not known with certainty, however, several factors increase a person's risk of experiencing OCd, namely genetic factors, abnormalities in brain work, having a neat and disciplined personality, and having trauma in the past. In addition to OCD, you may have other mental health disorders as a result of OCD, such as depression. But of course, to find out what is the cause of your complaint and its further impact, it is necessary to have a doctor's examination.
If this complaint is very disturbing, you should not delay consulting with a psychiatrist. After knowing the exact cause, the doctor will provide appropriate treatment which can be in the form of psychological therapy (can work with a psychologist) or medication.
I hope this information is useful.