A 45-year-old male asked:
why i feel sad mostly ?
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Psychiatry 25 years experience
Since I don't know : You - i can't say. However, if your quality of life is poor and you often feel down - it is worth a psychological evaluation. This can help to determine if you have a depressive disorder that needs treatment. Even if it is more of an issue of attitude, that can be addressed through cognitive behavioral therapy. Take care.
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Psychiatry 42 years experience
Many possibilities: If you're "sad mostly, " it's time to see your doctor. Sadness is an emotion all of us feel from time to time, often in response to loss of some kind. But if it's your predominating feeling about life in general, you could be suffering from depression. This condition involves sad mood, loss of interest in usual activities, ; changes in sleep, energy, ; appetite. Help is available!
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A 29-year-old member asked:
Most of the time I feel sad and nobody wants me around and I don't really want to be around anyone could you tell me why?
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Psychiatry 34 years experience
You may be depressed: You may be suffering from major depression, which is treatable. People who are depressed are sometimes irritable, which may cause others to aviod you. Lack of interst and social isolation often occur in depression, as well as low self esteem. You should see a doctor and or mental health care professional for an evaluation.
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What kind of doctor sees somebody for sadness?
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Family Medicine 21 years experience
Sadness: Sadness (which may indicate a mood disorder) is best managed by your primary care physician or a psychiatrist.
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A 48-year-old member asked:
Why do I feel sad all the time?
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Clinical Psychology 15 years experience
Treatment?: Is there something going on with your life or is this how you felt all your life and it bothers you now? I suggest you talk to a counselor, psychologist and take things from there.
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A 32-year-old member asked:
Why would I feel so sad during the holidays?
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Clinical Psychology 16 years experience
Some people do: It is sad if no one to spend holidays with. Sometimes holidays are associated with loss of a loved one. Holidays can be very stressful also because of the additional responsibilities, things people need to do to "celebrate.".
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A 51-year-old male asked:
Why is it everytime I go shopping after i'm done buying I feel sad? Is this normal
2 doctor answers • 3 doctors weighed in
Clinical Psychology 30 years experience
Not really: I'd need to know more about what is happening to be able to provide a complete response. But, if you're feeling sad after shopping you're thinking about something that is making you sad. Questions: what are you thinking about the shopping that is making you sad? Buyer's remorse? Financial matters? Failure to find what you were looking for? Then, what are you telling yourself to promote sadness?
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Last updated Dec 3, 2013
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