Symptoms Associated With Mental Health Disorders?
, Is a broken heart that leads to loss of appetite, and lazy to do daily activities that are usually done is harmful to our mental health?
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Symptoms in the form of loss of enthusiasm for doing daily activities and decreased appetite that arises after a certain psychological stressor can be a symptom of mental health disorders. However, this requires a direct evaluation by a doctor first. A number of possible mental health disorders associated with these symptoms include:
Episodes of mild depression, symptoms: sad moods, loss of interest and pleasure, fatigue, decreased activity, decreased self-confidence, withdrawal from relationships, guilt and worthlessness, ideas for self-harm or suicide; the symptoms last for at least 2 weeks; resulting in a little difficulty in carrying out work and social activities, but can still function socially
Episodes of major depression, symptoms similar to episodes of mild depression; the symptoms occur for at least 2 weeks; has caused the inability to do work or social activities
Episodes of major depression with psychotic symptoms, symptoms similar to episodes of major depression, accompanied by symptoms of delusions (beliefs that are contrary to reality but are constantly maintained and cannot be changed logically] and / or hallucinations
Ordinary people are encouraged to avoid self-diagnosis of the symptoms they experience because they are usually only based on limited information on the internet and cannot be scientifically justified. Before a diagnosis of mental health disorders can be established, it is necessary to ensure in advance by the doctor that the symptoms that occur are not caused by physical health problems or the effects of drug abuse or substance abuse. Therefore, you are advised to consult directly with your doctor or psychiatric specialist so that your condition can be evaluated and treated appropriately. The doctor will take an history about the history of complaints and related biopsychosocial factors, a comprehensive physical examination, and possibly a supplementary examination if an indication is found. Next, the doctor will plan treatments that are appropriate to the results of an assessment of your condition.
Your doctor can provide supportive counseling and psychotherapy that can help you deal with (coping) and manage stress, identify symptoms, plan realistic therapeutic targets, and control yourself when symptoms occur. If there are indications, your doctor may prescribe medication to help you feel more comfortable and help deal with the disease.
As a suggestion, you should be able to talk about complaints that are felt to those closest to you who trust and believe you can support therapy. Support from people closest to you will greatly support the successful handling of mental health problems. You are also encouraged to continue the activities that you enjoy so that you can channel your feelings through positive things. Thus information from us. May be useful.