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Depression and agression
Feeling angry. Short tempered. Losing patience and sleepy all the time. Sometimes feel that nothing is here for me. Dual personality built-up Socially and personally .
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I think you are looking g to prove to the people around you. Probably they may not be respecting you or your expectations are not met by them. I think due to which you are irritated and expressing that through Anger. Actually you are Angry at yourself.
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Do consult a psychologist to understand  yourself.
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Dear Ms. you need to have online or offline consultation with psychologist for increased aggression, loss of patience, and temper. Your personality assessment is essential.. Depression is very common a phenomenon and it is very much treatable so do not treat it as a taboo and do not hesitate to seek help. Your condition may become worse if not attended upon
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Call upon Psyschologist
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Go for Relaxation, workout sessions, talk to professional
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The symptoms you have described suggest more towards a clinical depression. You made a detailed evaluation for further management.
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kindly consult a psychiatrist.
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check your thyroid and Haemoglobin levels also.
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Greetings. Welcome to the site. Well, I am sorry to learn about your predicament but it seems like you are slipping into depression since your symptoms such as irritability, anger outbursts, lack of interest, hopelessness, helplessness, sloppines, excessive sleep, etc are typical traits exhibited in depression, so before these symptoms get snowballed into severe depression please seek prompt psychiatric evaluation and subsequent treatment. Depression is very common a phenomenon and it is very much treatable so do not treat it as a taboo and do not hesitate to seek help.
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1) Evaluation by a Psychiatrist 2) Anti depressant +/- Psychotherapy aka counseling
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