Crying And Like Tingling Bound?
Hello. I was crying like other people crying at will. But I feel my hands, feet, and chest, sometimes also my face is bound, tingling, difficult to move. In my family there is no history of asthma. At such times what should I do? thank you
Hello ديفي شابرين, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com.
Basically a feeling of rigidity such as being bound and difficult to move can be caused by certain conditions, including:
extreme pain / extreme anxiety, electrolyte disturbances in the body, muscle cramps occur due to lack of certain nutrients etc. When crying and full of emotion, it usually causes a lack of oxygen supply to the body, this too resulting in oxygen supply to the network can also be disrupted so that it will cause a feeling like muscle cramps or muscle stiffness. So do not be surprised if it is found someone who is crying hysterically / crying full of emotion will usually also find symptoms of stiff muscles such as cramps that grip the body so the body is difficult to move.
In your case, it can still be handled independently at home, that is by managing emotions well when your emotional state is shaken, so as to prevent emotional cries and drain your energy. However, when a rigid attack arises, then it should be done while:
as much as possible try to calm down and not be more panicked do relaxation with deep breathing that is done rhythmically and repeatedly several times until you feel a little calm try to drink a glass of water try to rest and forget about the daily routine for a moment doing exercise so that it can make your body become relax so that the body can release substances that make you happy if the above efforts do not make you improve, then you can ask for help from others to take you to the nearest health service. Thus we can convey, hopefully our explanation is useful for you. thanks.