The Cause Of Feeling Uncomfortable And Uneasy?
I have several chronic disorders which are asperger’s syndrome, narcolepsy, obstructive sleep apnea and asthma. can the chronic disorder affect my feelings? for the past 6 months I have had a hard time enjoying things that I used to enjoy, have done various coping ranging from sports, worship, writing, sunbathing, consuming healthy food and trying to sleep at the same time every day. but when I do that I only feel pleasure when it goes on, after that the pleasure will stop and the negative feelings that I mentioned earlier come back again. I guess why? that’s all my question and thank you.
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You seem to be depressed. Depression will be more easily experienced by groups of people with chronic diseases, both physical and psychological. In addition, this group of people can be more difficult to get healing. However, it does not mean that all who have chronic diseases will experience depression and it also does not mean that if they are depressed it will be difficult to recover. This is because many other factors also influence.
Depression is a feeling of disturbance that has occurred for at least the past 2 weeks or more. People with depression will experience extreme sadness, feeling useless or feeling hopeless. These feelings change the way of thinking and behaving so that they become uninspired, depressed, lose interest in activities that are normally favored or avoid social life, even to the point of thinking of suicide if the depression is severe enough. Of course this condition causes the disruption of the functions of daily life.
Therefore, you should consult with a psychiatrist so that further examination can be done. Later the doctor will provide the necessary treatment, such as antidepressants and psychotherapy. Psychotherapy to be given is cognitive behavioral therapy. Where the doctor will guide you to think clearly and positively. So hopefully your feelings and behavior will also be positive.
Thus hopefully useful.