Can You Take A Shower If You Are Anxious And Anxious?
I have been feeling anxious for a few months and sometimes come and go uncertainly. In anxious condition sometimes the body feels a little fever or irregular heart beat, is bathing with normal water in the morning after a little exercise and not yet allowed to shower?
Hello Adnan, thank you for asking.
Basically, anxiety is a natural thing felt by every human being, as long as the anxiety is reasonable. When anxiety arises for no apparent reason, is felt continuously, and inhibits a person's productivity, then it might enter anxiety disorders. However, of course, to be able to come to the conclusion of certain psychological disorders, must pass a physical and psychological examination.
Actually, your actions are light exercise, it is appropriate. Some experts recommend regular exercise to help improve one's mood and emotions. In addition you can also do various methods of relaxation or meditation that feels appropriate. Looking for positive activities that you enjoy are also expected to reduce your anxiety. Although, basically, to be able to overcome anxiety thoroughly, you must know the root cause of the anxiety. You can consult with a psychiatrist or psychologist if you feel that anxiety has affected the quality of your life.
Psychological disorders are often accompanied by physical disorders. A person can feel tired, lethargic, headache, palpitations, cold sweat, staggering, shortness of breath, fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and so on. You can still take a bath in a mild fever condition. You can use plain water or warm water. There are no restrictions on bathing before breakfast or after sports The thing that you should pay attention, if when taking a shower suddenly you feel dizzy or weak, immediately sit down, squat, or lean back. This is so there is no injury. Because not infrequently also, when someone is overly anxious, they can suddenly experience a sensation of wobbling or a sense of fainting.
That is my explanation. Hope it can be useful. Regards.