If you always feel anxious, worried and think a lot, it may be a sign that you may have a mental disorder. Through various studies and observations, we have observed an increase in mental health problems among the general population as well as those who seek for psychiatrists, which are associated with physical problems and symptoms.
Symptoms of this disorder can be observed through a number of problems such as: insomnia or difficulty in sleeping, heart rate abnormally fast, sweating, feeling cold, limbs, pain, gastrointestinal disorders (chronic pain), irritability. Difficulty concentrating or working can lead to reduction or inability to perform daily activities, etc.
Among the symptoms mentioned above, in addition to worrying too much, thinking too much or thinking only bad things that may happen in the future, all of these can indicate that you may have a mental disorder.
You can try to observe yourself and change your lifestyle or make an appointment and consult with a psychiatrist. Dealing with this problem is not always use medicine or a lifetime-treatment. There are various types of treatment such as talk therapy for those who experienced this mental disorder.
Article by: Dr. Y Ratana, Specialist in Psychiatry at Khmer-Soviet Friendship Hospital
Source: Globalization and Health