The Cause Can Not Control Yourself?
I am 25 years old. I am the mother of 2 children, my first child is 6 years old, and the second is 3 years old. I want to tell about myself that I feel that I am not like the others. Especially with my character. I can not control my emotions and feelings every time, I often feel anxiety without knowing the consequences and finally I feel tired, shortness of breath, heart palpitations, chest pain, head aches and legs feel aching. My mood can change in an instant because of a small thing. When you are emotional often want to throw something or damage it. Often scold children when other words are just a matter or trivial thing. I often think of hurting myself, for example by hitting my head until I feel sick for days and sometimes there is a feeling of hurting my child, for example being bitten, pinched or strangled just to see how my child reacts if I do that to them. I also often have negative thoughts on anything, feel that I will be betrayed and will be lied to. Talking often, shouting to himself. Difficult to sleep every day, and if you sleep heavily to wake up. Feeling pain in his back every day. Often have weird dreams. I am ashamed and have difficulty interacting with people, instead I want to hide from people, feel uncomfortable with people. I felt that when I was talking to people I would say strange things and would offend them. I feel I am always wrong, whatever I do, feels useless and always troublesome. I have a lot to tell, but I don’t know what I’m dealing with. What’s the matter
Hello ArumJ, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Reading the complaints you wrote above, the complaint could have been caused by several conditions such as:
General anxiety disorder
Avoidance personality disorder
Schizoid personality disorder
To ascertain whether you really experience a psychiatric disorder or not and what disorders you are suffering from, it is highly recommended to check your complaint further to a psychiatrist (psychiatrist) to be evaluated on your physical condition and also your psychology. Once determined, if indeed you are experiencing interference and need therapy, the doctor will also help determine what therapy should be given to you.
At this time, there are no free medicines that are recommended for you to take. Only consume medicines that are given by your doctor and as recommended if any. Try to share your problems and complaints with the people closest to you to help get emotional support.
It is also recommended to avoid things that you feel trigger or worsen your complaint. Try also to do more positive activities every time your negative thoughts arise such as exercising, taking care of the house, meeting friends and others.
I hope this helps.