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Sir I was suffering anxiety and minor depression last year .my doctor prescribed me to taking ciplar la 40 and risdone plus .which I am taking from last year. While I stop it to taking .then I feel those symptoms. What should I do. Is it safe to taking these medicine .long time.
Could Your Mood Swings Be Cyclothymia?
Cyclothymia is a type of a mood disorder which is relatively light or mild in nature. If you are suffering from this condition, then you will experience extreme mood swings for very short periods of time. During these mood swings, you may experience a low period (depressed mood) or a high period when you are extremely happy.
There is no set or structured pattern for the highs and lows that you will experience during this condition. This feature of the disease makes it more difficult to detect and diagnose. The duration of your mood swings usually last just for a few days but can also be extended up to a few weeks. So, the only sign of identifying this medical condition is that if you are not having a normal mood for an extended period of time then you should consult a specialist doctor to enquire more about the condition.
Though there are no special symptoms of this disorder, the usual signs of mild depression and hypomania can be a possible symptom of Cyclothymia.
Some of them are:
- Hypomanic symptoms
- Racing thoughts
- Minimal sleep
- Excessive talking
- Extreme optimism
- Being happy without any reason
- Unnecessary fear
- Concentration difficulties
- Abnormal weight changes
The mood swings that you experience during this situation do not get better with time or vanish automatically. So it is always desirable that you seek some medical assistance from a specialist doctor on seeing the symptoms of either hypomania or depression.
This does not always hold true but you might also start to experience suicidal thoughts if you also have a bipolar I or II disorder along with cyclothymia. So, if any such thoughts appear in your mind, then you should seek immediate medical assistance.
I have an issue; two life incidents had happened; One at the age of 10 years and the other at 21 years. The thoughts just comes everyday all the time and disturbs me. My question is this happening due to my thinking to that incidents again and again or my mind is just bringing a thought and disturbing me. When this thought comes I engage in thinking and end up with stress and tensions and I am not able to live a normal life and depressed much. I had a hair fall issue as side affects of it. Kindly help me. I want to live.
I had a problem of depression with psychic syndrome before 2 years. Then it will be cleared after treatments. Now weeks before I started to forget whats happened before a day or weeks or hours. And I am scared about my memory loss. And I depressed very much.
Mental disorder, stress, anuxty, over thinking, depression, emotional illness, mood off etc. I am take many type of nerves medicine of many doctor advice, but couldn't any result. So I am feeling very hopeless and helpless, please Suggest me any other option foe this problem.
I am 31 years old lady. I am very depressed I want to relaxed my mind. Give me some home remedies and exercise to relaxed my self.
My wife used to take psychiatric drugs, fosters 5, mirtaz7.5, lonazep 1 for last 3 years. Now she has gained lot of weight, and very low libido, so she repeatedly stopped taking medicines. What should be done.
Hi, I have been facing a problem since last 8 years. Suddenly I feel like I will fall down. Then I start feeling anxiety and fear. I have fear of height also. I have consulted with doctor but he is saying everything is normal. But I am suffering a lot because of this.
Pay attention to your emotions and moods. Depression is a medical condition that prevents the brain from regulating its emotions. Everyone feels down occasionally, but people suffering from depression frequently experience certain emotions or a combination of them. If you experience these emotions, or if they prevent you from functioning in your everyday life, then it is important to seek help. Some emotions you might feel if you are depressed include:
- Sadness. Are you often sad or low-spirited?
- Emptiness or numbness. Do you feel as though you have no emotions at all, or have trouble feeling anything?
- Hopelessness. Have you felt tempted to "give up", or had trouble imagining any improvement? Have you become more of a pessimist since you began suspecting depression?
- Guilt. Do you often feel guilty for little or no reason? Do these feelings stay with you and interfere with your ability to concentrate or enjoy yourself?
- Worthlessness. Do you have a low sense of self-worth?
- Irritability. Have you been snapping at people or getting into arguments without good reason? A short temper is another example of a mood change sometimes caused by depression, especially among men and teenagers.
- Low energy. Do you often feel tired, unable to perform routine tasks or concentrate, and prone to avoiding active motion?
- Indecisiveness. Do you have difficulty making minor decisions? Does attempting to make decisions make you feel overwhelmed and hopeless?
Watch for a desire to withdraw or isolate from friends and family. People who suffer from depression often stop spending time with friends, or lose interest in other things they used to enjoy. This is because they have a desire to isolate themselves or withdraw from their usual activities. Consider your desire to withdraw or isolate from people and how your social life and daily activities have changed in the past few months or over the past year.
- Make a list of the activities you regularly participated in before you started feeling worse, and estimate how often you did each one. Over the next couple weeks, make a note whenever you do one of these activities and see if your rate has significantly decreased.
Identify any suicidal thoughts. If you have thought about hurting yourself or even killing yourself, then it is important to seek immediate medical attention. Call emergency services right away, such as by dialing 911 in the US. Some other indications of suicidal tendencies include:
- Fantasizing about hurting or killing yourself.
- Giving away belongings and/or putting your affairs in order.
- Saying a final goodbye to people.
- Feeling like you are trapped or that there is no hope.
- Saying or thinking things like, “I would be better off dead,” or “People would be happier without me around.”
- Making a quick transition from feeling hopeless and depressed to feeling happy and calm.