A Chest That Feels Tight, Accompanied By Feelings Of Wanting To Cry And Hurt Yourself?
I often feel tightness in my chest, and it feels just want to cry, I myself do not know why. Sometimes until I was unable to hold the tightness in my chest, I even hurt myself
Thank you for the question.
A chest that feels tight, accompanied by a feeling of wanting to cry and hurt yourself for no apparent reason, may indicate that you have a psychiatric disorder, for example due to depression, post traumatic stress disorder, psychosomatic disorders, excessive anxiety disorders, specific phobias, delusional disorders, panic attacks, schizoaffective disorder, even schizophrenia. Shortness that arises purely due to psychiatric disorders like this often can not be found the exact cause when found direct examination by a doctor. Therefore, handling is often too late to do.
In addition to psychiatric disorders, organic disorders, such as asthma, bronchitis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastritis, allergies, pleural effusion, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, pneumothorax, valve or heart rhythm disorders, weak heart, weak electrolyte balance, and so on can also cause tightness accompanied by a series of other symptoms as you feel.
However, without checking directly, it is certainly not appropriate if we determine what exactly causes your complaint. Therefore, we recommend that you go directly to see your doctor or psychiatrist to have an in-depth psychiatric interview regarding your condition. In order to rule out the possibility of organic disorders as mentioned above, your doctor may direct you to undergo further examinations, such as x-rays, ultrasound, heart records, endoscopy, allergy tests, and so on.
In the meantime, what needs to be done:
Don't be too lonely Busy yourself with productive activities, including working, studying, organizing, honing potential. Take time to relax, for example by taking a vacation, going on a hobby, gathering with loved ones. Improve the quality of your worship, reconcile with God's decisions. just lament, but focus on finding solutions Expand your relationships, imitate the goodness of others in addressing the problem, leave the badness Trying to always think positive Live a healthy lifestyle, including not delaying eating time, sleep early, regularly exercise, don't smoke, don't please, do not carelessly take medication Stay away from substances that might make you allergic Compression warm tight chest tight Do not wear clothes that are too tight Hope it helps yes ..