The Causes Of Sudden, Fluid Emotions?
If every time I have emotions that suddenly exist. I feel like someone who is lazy to listen to other people’s opinions or on certain events. So stay away from friends and people around you. Even the way of speaking always makes people emotional. The feeling of laziness that comes all the time. Anxious and confused thoughts .. How about ya? What should I do. Thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. What you describe with emotions that suddenly appear and change, can suddenly be anxious, confused, lazy to socialize and lose interest in doing activities, is actually not a typical symptom and needs a deeper examination of your feelings to be truly determine the conditions. But in very general terms, what comes closer to this situation is the mood swing.
Mood swing is a feeling situation that can change erratically, where a person is happy at one time, but soon sad, and so on. This may or may not fall into the normal category, depending on whether it is very extreme, and whether it has started to bother you personally or others. There are several things that cause mood swings, namely:
Hormonal conditions, such as in adolescents, pregnant women, menopause, and using hormonal contraceptives Physical disorders such as decreased lung health, heart and blood vessel system, central nervous system, or as simple as fatigue due to too much activity and thoughts Certain mental conditions such as major depression, disorders bipolar disorder, premenstrual disorder, and mood dysregulation or inability to regulate feelings
What is clear in any feeling disorder, one of the main important points is that you feel that it is annoying and you want to change it. Because what makes mental disorders more complicated is that the person concerned does not feel that there is something wrong with him, so handling is more difficult.
So in your case, we suggest that you try to introspect yourself first, whether you have a particular problem or something that makes you depressed. Do you have dependents or feel the need to fulfill certain obligations that make you reluctant to socialize and tend to be an annoyance to those around you. If you have found the cause of the problem, try to tell the person closest to you so that it can be resolved as soon as possible.
If in fact it is very difficult to do, then there is nothing wrong with trying to consult a psychiatrist. There is no need to be afraid or worried about consulting a psychiatrist, because psychiatrists are willing to treat you as lightly as any emotional problems that exist in your daily life, just like an ENT specialist who will not protest if you come only with a light sneeze complaint. Come and talk to a psychiatrist about your problem, and think of a psychiatrist like your family who is more than happy to help you deal with your mental, emotional, and social problems without judgment. By telling a psychiatrist, if in fact your condition requires further treatment, you will immediately get help. So, hopefully it answers your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa