Ecause of restlessness and anxiety I feel it difficult to be calm , not able to concentrate on studies and keeps on jumping from one thing to other ...I loose the interest in the subject or work in which I am involved. I always thinks alot usually about useless random things and because of this I tend to create misconception about the person I talk to ..
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The information you've given is insuffecient to make a diagnosis.
The problems you are undergoing can be due to multiple reasons. Vitamin defeciancies, low haemoglobin, hormonal imbalance etc. Please seek help from a psychiatrist. Don't worry in going to one, they will do a couple of regular blood tests to nagate all above possibilities. So, you may or may not have a mental disorder per se. Incase you're diagnosed with a mental condition continue with regular medication and psychotherapy. A combination of two works very well.
Incase you have issues related to above defeciencies still go for regular psychotherapy sessions.
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What you are going through is very troublesome and I acknowledge your situation. But, what you need to understand is that these symptoms can occur in many different disorders. Hence, to get them treated appropriately and adequately, it is important that you meet a psychiatrist and get yourself thoroughly diagnosed and treated. All mental health issues have a treatment and when taken, ensures smooth life and a bright future.
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Thinking is wanting...may be you are wanting too many things at one time and avoidance on undesired outcome is making you anxious.
That is how you jump to diff. subjects
This impatience is to get somewhere!! thrash it out with a counselor!!
Hello. Although you haven't mentioned the duration of such difficulties, it is quite evident that its causing distress and impairment in socio occupational functioning, hence qualifying it to be seen as a disorder. The next logical step should be to seek a thorough evaluation by a psychiatrist for the correct diagnosis as it may be anything from an anxiety disorder to ADHD( attention deficit hyperactive disorder). Only after which a suitable management plan can be devised. So kindly consult a psychiatrist in person, you may not necessarily require medication, a few counseling sessions would do.
In the meanwhile, practice a healthy lifestyle with regular walk, pranayaam, good sleeping & eating habits. read & develop good time management skills. hope this helps, good luck!
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