The Cause Of Feeling Not Yourself And Often Hallucinate?
Good morning, I’m Aziza from Jakarta, asking about my condition. For some reason lately I feel like there are other people living in my body. Although I believe that it is only a hallucination, but I feel that it is not only me who inhabit my body at this time. In some conditions, I feel myself and the awareness of force be pulled forcefully and make my mind go blank. so far I can quickly regain myself again but now I feel uncomfortable and approaching fear, if one day my consciousness returns for a long time.
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
The definition of mental health according to the World Health Organization (WHO) is a healthy condition (well-being) in which an individual realizes his potential, can face challenges / stress that is reasonable in life, can be productive work, and able to contribute to Public. Characteristics of mental health disorders include:
Clinically there are disorders of the mind, feelings, or behavior
Cause distress, dysfunction, or disability for oneself and the environment
The symptoms that you experience (feel someone else in yourself, feel yourself change, feel awareness pulled out, discomfort) do not rule out the possibility associated with mental health disorders that require direct evaluation by a doctor. There are a number of possibilities that can be related to these symptoms, including physical health disorders, mental and behavioral disorders caused by the use of psychoactive substances, psychotic disorders, mood disorders, stress related disorders, and personality disorders and adult behavior.
We advise you to immediately consult a doctor or a specialist in psychiatry. The doctor needs to take a systematic history about the history of complaints and related biopsychosocial factors, then conduct a comprehensive physical examination, and consider supporting investigations according to indications that might be found. The series of evaluation processes cannot be replaced by the submission of complaints through an online platform. Self-diagnosis by ordinary people of the symptoms experienced is also not recommended because it is only based on searching for limited information on the internet and cannot be justified scientifically.
Your doctor can provide supportive counseling and psychotherapy that can help you deal with (coping) and manage stress, identify symptoms, plan realistic therapeutic targets, and control yourself when symptoms occur. If indications are found, the doctor may prescribe medication to help patients feel more comfortable and help deal with the disease.
As a suggestion, you are encouraged to be able to talk about complaints that are felt to those closest to you who trust and believe you can support therapy. Support from the people closest is certainly very supportive of the achievement of the successful handling of mental health problems. You are also encouraged to continue the activities that you enjoy doing so that you can channel your feelings through positive things.
Thus information from us. May be useful.