The Cause Is Often Self-blame Accompanied By Feelings Of Depressed And Mood Swings?
At night, I feel mentally disturbed I always feel afraid of what other people say, always think of something that makes me afraid, always blame myself, always hate myself, my mood is easy to change, every time I feel my mental disturbed I always moody in the room up to 2 weeks and do not want to meet people, whether from the causes of the above causes including mental illness?
Hello Ervina, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Complaints like the one you described above can indeed be symptoms of psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD, or bipolar disorder.
Although there is a possibility that the symptom is a symptom of a psychiatric disorder, it still cannot be stated if it has not been examined by a psychiatric status by a psychiatrist first. Because your complaints have disrupted your daily activities and rest, it is highly recommended to consult a psychiatrist further.
While this aside from going to the doctor, you are also encouraged to try to think more positively about yourself and try not to always blame yourself for all the bad things that happen to you. When you start to think negatively, it is highly recommended to divert your mind tersbeut by doing other activities that are more positive such as exercising, meditating, doing a hobby or telling your problem with other people you trust.
It is not advisable to take any medicine without clear advice from a doctor to resolve your complaint.
I hope this helps.