The Cause Is Often Sleepy, Low Self-esteem And Hard To Get Along?
, I feel sleepy often in the morning and afternoon even though I have slept for 8 hours at night, I also feel less energetic, always lazy to do something, my self-esteem is very low, my shoulders feel sick and heavy, and I am very embarrassed when I’m in unum place especially if it becomes the center of attention. I’m afraid of making mistakes and I can’t get along, do I have depression? But I have never experienced difficulty sleeping at night and thoughts of suicide. Only the desire to hurt my hand but even then only because I was curious what it feels like, can it relieve my feelings? Please help
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
The symptoms you complain about can be caused by a number of possibilities, which still require direct evaluation and examination by a doctor. These possibilities include:
Episodes of mild depression, symptoms: sad moods, loss of interest and pleasure, fatigue, decreased activity, decreased self-confidence, withdrawal from relationships, feelings of 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 on a daily basis
Severe depressive episodes, the same symptoms as minor depressive episodes, have also lasted for at least 2 weeks, but have resulted in the inability to carry out work or daily social activities
Episodes of major depression with psychotic symptoms, symptoms similar to episodes of major depression, but accompanied by accompanying symptoms in the form of hallucinations and / or delusions (beliefs that are contrary to reality but continue to be maintained and cannot be changed logically)
We recommend that you consult directly with your doctor or psychiatric specialist. Mental health disorders can only be diagnosed through direct evaluation and examination by a doctor or psychiatric specialist. The doctor will make a systematic history of the history of the disease and associated biopsychosocial factors, a comprehensive physical examination, and supporting examinations (if any indications are found) so that a proper assessment of your condition will be obtained. Thus, the doctor can plan treatments that you might need.
Supportive psychotherapy can be given by your doctor to help you manage stress, identify symptoms, and control yourself if symptoms occur. If there are indications, your doctor may also give you oral medication to help you feel more comfortable and help deal with the disease.
You are advised to be able to talk about complaints felt to those closest to you who believe you can support therapy. Support from trusted people plays a big role in achieving success in handling psychiatric 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.