Sudden Mood Swings For No Reason, It’s Hard To Be Confident?
Hello, I’m a 22-year-old student.rnIn the past year and a half, I have often experienced very unstable emotions. Within a few hours I could be fine and suddenly become very angry or could cry a lot. Since then I sometimes have a crisis of confidence, even meeting people outside the house is not brave, and this makes me often withdraw from my previous environment and activities. Often nervous, dizzy, weak, short of breath when in an environment with a different atmosphere. And I also often get sick, whether it’s just a coconut or it can get a fever for a few days.rnWhat am I experiencing is there anything to do with my mental and physical? Then what should I do to overcome or minimize the possibility of this situation coming to me again?rnThank you,..
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Symptoms of sudden changes in mood or mood for no apparent reason, difficulty in self-confidence and withdrawal from the environment, could be a sign of a personality disorder or certain psychological disorders, the causes of which are very broad depending on your family history, your social development, education by your family, your childhood experiences and so on. To find this out, we strongly advise you to consult a psychiatrist. Because you should know that just talking to a psychiatrist is therapy.
Then regarding your first question, about whether what you are experiencing has a relationship between physical and mental, the answer is yes. In medical science, there is always a continuity between the physical and the mental, which is easily encountered in everyday life with examples of students having heartburn, or nausea, or dizziness when taking an exam. Or a young girl who is depressed because her acne is severe and doesn't go away. The bond between physical and mental, mental and physical, cannot be separated in medical science.
So our advice to you, as we have said above, is to consult your condition with a psychiatrist. Consulting with a psychiatrist does not necessarily make you sentenced to a severe mental disorder or crazy. A qualified psychiatrist handles everything related to feelings, from the simple to the complex, so you don't have to worry.
So, hopefully useful.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa