The Characteristics And Ways To Deal With Mental Health Sufferers?
I want to ask, I’m easy to think of many things even small things ,. And I am often prejudiced against things that have not yet happened ,. For example like there is one trivial thing that makes me think, and for days I will think of bad things related to this trivial thing, even though it certainly hasn’t happened. And because of my own thoughts, I was sad, crying, really scared of bad things that I thought would happen, feeling empty, and feeling tired, I wanted to stop but it was very difficult … I also had several times self-harm and carried out suicide attempts for over a year now … And if I can’t talk to other people why, because I feel it’s really hard to trust other people. What do the doctors think?
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Basically, if the symptoms that you are experiencing have caused a disruption in your daily life functions, for example, causing you to become unable to learn or work properly, making you unable to socialize properly (including making you be continually shut down at home or in the room, unable to establish close relationships with others), make you unable to take care of yourself properly (including there is a tendency to hurt yourself, there is a desire or have attempted suicide), then your condition can be said as mental disorders. To find out what mental disorder you are experiencing, you should first check whether there are certain physical diseases that can cause similar symptoms (for example thyroid hormone disorders, diabetes, certain chronic diseases), or there is a history of using drugs that can cause similar symptoms.
If indeed you have experienced a significant impairment of life function, even having even attempted suicide, you should immediately conduct a check up with a psychiatrist for further evaluation and management. When it comes to your desire to hurt yourself or kill yourself, try to avoid loneliness. Look for family or close friends who can accompany you, or you can immediately go to the hospital (if possible, look for one that has a psychiatric patient care facility). Try to calm yourself, do exercises that can make you more relaxed, for example doing deep breathing exercises, yoga, or meditation, exercising regularly, and getting enough sleep and rest every day.
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