There are a series of symptoms and conditions that indicate the need to visit a psychiatrist: Fear of problems that were previously easily overcome. Constant feeling of anxiety without any apparent reason. Persistent drowsiness or severe insomnia, loss of appetite or constant hunger. Strong desire to regularly consume alcohol, tobacco, or drugs. Memory problems and difficulties with concentration. Uncontrolled reactions such as outbursts of anger, crying without reason, panic attacks, fear of social interaction, or feelings of anger without a clear cause. If you experience any of these symptoms, it is advisable to seek the help of a psychiatrist for evaluation and appropriate treatment.