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Change behaviour: social life in danger
I am completely facing sudden change of behaviour in myself, I am getting angry on anyone for nonsense reasons, lost interest in life, just passing my day as if no interest. no social life, no diet control, not taking care of health, so many mood swings. Thinking about myself only, as feeling like don't trust on anyone. Just thinking about money and nothing else I am losing my best friends, my relatives, my well wishers Lost interest in work, thinking so much in all directions and doing nothing, no goals achieve d and blaming other for my mistake Need help to come out of this As soon as possible.
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First and foremost, a detailed history is needed. As per the complains that you've mentioned, it does appear that you might be suffering from clinical depression or adjustment disorder. If you're consuming any alcohol or hash or any other substances, you should consider quitting it.
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Please do get in touch for further help in form of medicine and therapy after detailed history and diagnosis.
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Hello, If these symptoms were present from a long time and currently worsening then  it can be part of personality issues. The symptoms include feeling of emptiness, anger issues, impulsivity, difficulty in controlling anger, fear that you will be left all alone, impulses to harm yourself etc. These symptoms with time starts affecting social and working life. These symptoms can be taken care off by psychological therapy and medications. If the symptoms started first time then it can be depression. A detailed assessment will help.
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Consult nearby psychiatric clinic or you can consult me.
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Hi It could be indicative of depression I believe you should discuss your concerns in detail with a mental health professional to gain an insight about nature of problem and ways to overcome it through psychotheraputic techniques Consult with me or any psychologist for therapy and counseling Connect with me through practo Follow my Facebook page "the Cloud Door" for mental health issues All the best Seek help for early recovery
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Hello practo user I can understand the difficult situation that you are currently facing in your life . It seems that some past negative event has been causing these distressing symptoms and behaviour patterns . You can try and practice deep breathing and meditation on a regular basis as it helps clear the mind . Go for regular exercise as it keeps the body and mind both active and healthy . Try and talk to your close friends and family members and spend some quality time with them . Engage yourself in various activities to keep yourself distracted . Try counting backwards from 100-1 when you feel you are getting angry or try and walk out of the situation before reacting . Wash your face with cold water and try and assess the situation. It is advisable that you seek help from a clinical psychologist for a further evaluation and formulation of a personalized treatment plan through regular psychotherapy sessions. You can also reach out to me through the practo app for any further help or guidance.
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consult a clinical psychologist
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try and spend quality time with close family members and friends , engage in various activities to keep yourself occupied , deep breathing and meditation , regular exercise , counting backwards from 100-1 , wash face with cold water , move away from the situation
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Hi Sir Thanks for seeking help here. You may have Bipolar Depression symptoms ...which need active treatment... Let's have a discussion of you have no time take Quel 50 at night for 4 days then get back to us ... After a detail evaluation...we will definitely help you ... Till that time don't engage in substance use or high risk behaviours
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