The Cause Of Excessive Anxiety, Easy To Forget, Irritable, Easy To Cry, Think Too Much?
why yes I always feel excessive anxiety and always forget, then my mood can change immediately from angry suddenly crying again cheerful suddenly crying in a lapse of a few minutes, then after I was angry I really thought about it until I cried loudly, I also always regretting what I do, then if you want to do something too long thinking like imagining the cause and effect of what I will do, then when I see dirty it is always uncomfortable but I am a careless person who tends to get dirty, sometimes also when I’m stressed to hear even breathing people can make me angry even when it’s trivial, why yes please answer yes thank you
Thank you for the question.
Excessive anxiety, forgetfulness, irritability, easy crying, excessive thinking, and various other complaints that you experience can naturally be caused by a mental state that is being depressed, for example if you have lost a loved one or object, if you are being subjected to severe tests in education or work, if you are experiencing interpersonal conflicts with close people, if you fail to achieve what you want, and so on. As long as this complaint only occurs temporarily, you realize that the condition is wrong and must be corrected, and as long as this does not interfere with your daily activities and functions, this condition does not always refer to psychiatric disorders.
As an initial attempt, you try to do the following:
Contemplate, what factors actually trigger your emergence of complaints today Try to make peace with your past, focus on living your future so that better If there are problems, don't over-grieve, think of the problem as God's test to hit you to be a better person Don't just blame others, don't be afraid of self-introspection, maybe there really is a problem in you that needs to be fixed Don't feel all the burdens in this world that you have to bear, just do your best to your best ability, and submit the results to Almighty God Expands your relationships, observes the conditions of others around you, absorbs the good ones, and leaves the bad ones. Try to treat others as you want to be treated, and thus, you will be more valued. Busy yourself with things that are positive, such as work, study, exercise, worship, be organizing, practicing hobbies, etc. Don't be too daydreaming, aloof, let alone over-fantasizing Enough sleep, don't take drugs or alcohol carelessly If you have done the steps above, but the complaint feels increasingly become, you should be vigilant. Concerned, this condition has referred to psychiatric disorders, such as bipolar disorder, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, personality disorder, excessive anxiety disorder, schizoaffective disorder, and so on. Check with yourself directly to the doctor or psychiatrist so that you can be given the right treatment.
I hope this helps.