Am I Having An Anxiety Disorder?
Some days, if I’m thinking about something, it’s not even what I’m afraid of my heart beating fast then I’m worried, my hands are sweaty and my head is like floating around … I think why? ..
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Anxiety can normally occur to everyone if faced with sufficient problems in the exam, for example when making big decisions, during exams, during interviews and so on. However, if anxiety arises excessively without a clear cause it can be called a disease or it is called an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders can take three forms:
Generalized or generalized anxiety disorder Social anxiety disorder Panic attacks Symptoms that can arise in anxiety disorders include psychological and physical symptoms. Psychological symptoms that can arise, for example, restlessness, difficulty concentrating, constant anxiety without cause or because of trivial things, excessive fear. While the physical symptoms that may occur include: headaches, body like floating, nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea, dry mouth, shortness of breath, palpitations.
But you also need to pay attention to the physical symptoms that occur to you, such as racing chest, excessive sweat or accompanied by chest pain, these symptoms are difficult to distinguish from symptoms of heart abnormalities. If you feel this complaint, you still have to be vigilant and immediately ask for help from the nearest doctor or hospital to make sure the cause is not a heart problem. Which will later be proven by various examinations such as heart examinations.
To ensure that someone has an anxiety disorder, further examination is needed, because there are several criteria that must be met if a person has an anxiety disorder. Therefore, an interview is needed for more information about the anxiety you do. Therefore, if you often feel anxious, you should consult your closest psychiatrist or psychologist, so that anxiety does not interfere with your daily life.
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