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Feel like talking to myself, screaming and pulling out hair. Is it normal?

Hi my name is Tiera and i think i have a lot of problems. Its hard to explain but I think somethings wrong with me. I talk To myself a Lot. and its not the normal talking to yourself but the one when i actually think its real. its really hard for me to stop and another thing is i feel like I m always being judged. its getting to the point where I m not going to my classes and I m in college. just the thought of going to class makes me wanna scream and pull my hair out. I talk about death way too much but im scared of dying i freak out when im in crowds and i rather just stay in my room. i really need to know if its normal OR i need some serious help.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Dec 2014
Hello Tiera
Welcome to Health Care Magic

Talking to self or muttering, social withdrawal, ideas that others are judging you or ideas of reference etc. are not normal. These type of symptoms may be either due to some anxiety disorder, as you are also complaining of pulling hair, and this happens out of anxiety. Also due to social phobia social withdrawal occurs. But other symptom like talking to self, ideas of reference should not be overlooked as they may be prodromal symptoms of some serious psychotic illness. Kindly discuss these with your family members and visit a good psychiatrist.
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