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Do I Have Mental Problems
Depression: I can't diagnose you on line. But you did note that you become severely depressed. When a person is severely depressed sometimes the lines with reality can blur. Encourage you strongly to see your physician for a medical evaluation & to work with a psychologist &/ or a psychiatrist. Depression can really compromise your quality of life but it is treatable. Take care. ...Read more
I been going through a lot of personal matters and I am in a serious situation sometimes I can't sleep.Do this mean I have a mental problem?
No, just can't sleep: When we go through tough times, we often ponder those tough times during our quiet times, such as when we're lying down at night to sleep. Thinking about things at that time keeps your brain active, which prevents you from falling asleep. It's normal, not indicative of a mental problem. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not directly: Of course, some types of mental problems are increasingly common in older people (e.g., dementia), but it is not the age, per se, that causes it. Instead, some types of brain disease processes can begin to show up as a person ages. These diseases are sometimes manifested as memory or other cognitive problems or difficulties. Other mental disorders also tend to have onsets within specific ages. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Withdrawl: Mental heath issues in children are difficult to diagnose and need to be taken seriously. Aggression, withdrawal, excessive worry, lack of interest, school avoidance can all be signs of problems. If the behaviors are causing the child problems with peers, at school or at home they should be discussed with your health care provider. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depression/Anxiety: It would be in the realm of things for one to experience a degree of depression and or anxiety after becoming unemployed. Keep a good attitued, stay busy and active and keep exploring your opitons. Seek counselling if needed. Talk to friends and family, mentors, or clergy. Don't stay at home and watch tv and have "pity parties". Move forward every day. Even any job is better than no job. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Being alone: Being isolated deprives one of the social experiences that allow us to participate in the world at large. On the other hand, people who are depressed and anxious may often seek solitary times which is the result of their underlying mental problems. ...Read more
Possible,not certain: It is possible but not certain. Often high functioning children with autism are aware that they are socially awkward, but don't know what to do about it. They also really want friends, but may have none because of their social problems. So they may develop anxiety/depressive disorders. Therapy/social skills groups can help as well as purposefully finding environments in which the child can thrive. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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