What Is Mental Depression?
Hello doctor …
Hello Rispi Nia, Thank you for the question.
Traumatic events are one of psychological stress that can affect one's mental health. Some health conditions that can be experienced by someone after experiencing a traumatic event are:
depression. Depression is a form of mood disorder that causes sufferers to experience feelings of sadness, disappointment, self-blame, worthlessness, no longer feeling happy with things that were previously pleasing. Patients will also experience complaints of insomnia, difficulty concentrating, constipation, decreased appetite, weight changes, having suicidal thoughts or even attempting suicide. These complaints occur every day for at least 2 weeks
acute stress disorder. Symptoms experienced by patients resemble the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and appear within one month after the traumatic event
adjustment disorder, which is a disorder that arises as a result of a person's inability to adapt to an event or change that occurs in life
Because you already have suicidal thoughts, your complaint should be followed up. Please seek help by consulting a psychiatrist / psychiatrist. The doctor will conduct a question and answer session to understand your complaint before determining the appropriate treatment for you which can be in the form of psychological therapy and / or medication. Feel free to try to open yourself up, get closer to your closest family or friends and share your stories with them. The people closest to you can also help provide support or advice to you so you don't have to go through the burden of your own mind. In addition, try to occupy yourself with various activities that interest you.
Hopefully this information is useful.