The Cause Is Often Unexplained Sadness And Anxiety?
Hello, I’m moody and irritable. I often feel sad for no reason, if in the crowd I feel restless and have a tightness I feel like I want to go home quickly. When I recur, feelings of sadness mixed with anger and other thoughts come together. Until the body feels very tired even though it’s okay. I also often see the silhouette of a black figure, maybe it’s just my hallucinations. Do I need to see a psychiatrist? What are the symptoms? Thanks
Mood disorders such as irritability, often feeling sad for no reason can often be experienced by many people and maybe it's normal. This happens is often influenced by hormonal factors, or can also be experienced in certain conditions such as:
fatigue in hot weather when you have a lot of thoughts, lack of sleep or lack of rest. In these situations, you often experience mood swings. Hormonal factors that can also affect emotions such as:
during puberty that is being experienced by adolescents in women, it often occurs in menstrual syndrome during menstruation during pregnancy etc. If you have a disorder feeling restless or tight when in a crowd it can be a natural thing if the situation is uncomfortable or unpleasant or very crowded once or it can be a nuisance if every time you are in a crowded place you feel that way. What you experience may be:
agoraphobia, phobia is excessive fear of something, in this case there is fear or feelings of anxiety if you are in a crowded situation or a public place of panic disorder, namely excessive fear that comes suddenly without any real cause, feeling out of control, dying , tightness and even chest pain. Seeing black shadows as you are experiencing may also be an aura, that is, a vision that precedes your headaches or migraines or is simply hallucinations or the effect of fatigue. To ascertain the condition you are experiencing, whether it is a mild mood disorder or often referred to as a mood swing or an anxiety disorder, you should check with a psychiatrist to find out about it, then usually a conversation will be held to find out your condition and if needed it will be advised to do several tests to find out the cause. You should immediately see a psychiatrist if the symptoms you experience are very disturbing to your daily activities. If there are not a number of things you can do when you experience this, include:
do something fun or relax, get enough rest to talk or talk with the people closest to you if you have problems avoid excessive stress read more agoraphobia, phobias, mood swings
hopefully useful, thank you