Difficulty Breathing, Headaches And Feelings Of Fear Of Death?
good morning, I’m a woman at the age of 23 years, lately I often experience difficulty breathing, and also headaches but accompanied by feelings of fear of death. for information, almost 1 year ago I did witness the moment of death to pick up my grandmother from the beginning to the last second, it was also sometimes played in my memory that caused my mind to fantasize about frightening things (death not a ghost) that made me afraid , I’ve tried Google seems to refer to panic attacks? Is it true ? and what’s the solution? this morning I also felt bad on the bottom of my chin and my right ear. for information, there are no lumps under the chin, but I feel uncomfortable. Can it be explained, does this have something to do with what I feel above? Are the symptoms different? and how to handle it … thanks 🙂
Hello, Vanaa. Thank you for the questions submitted to HealthReplies.com We can understand the concern you feel.
There are several possibilities that can cause complaints as you say occur in patients. It should be understood that psychological related problems require a direct examination by a doctor to be able to ascertain the cause. Some possible common causes include:
Post traumatic stress disorder (the presence of shadows or dreams about repeated traumatic events, accompanied by feelings of discomfort when remembering the event, causing hindaya in carrying out daily activities, arising within a minimum period of 6 months after the incident severe traumatic) Overall anxiety disorder (excessive anxiety and anxiety, sometimes illogical, lasting throughout the day, felt within> = 6 months, can be accompanied by motor tension such as headache, trembling, palpitations) Panic disorder (sudden panic attacks, repeatedly, without knowing the time and location, always feeling afraid because of panic attacks that continue to occur, can be accompanied by symptoms of dizziness, nausea, tightness, feelings like being suffocated, numb, more experienced by young women) We recommend that you consult directly with a doctor or psychiatric specialist so that an evaluation of your history can be evaluated n You and related biopsychosocial factors. The doctor will also do a physical examination and supporting examination if there are indications. Through the assessment process of your physical and mental health conditions, your doctor can provide the treatment needed.
Your doctor can provide supportive psychotherapy to help you manage stress, identify symptoms, and control yourself when complaints arise. If there are indications, your doctor may give you medication to help you feel more comfortable and deal with the disease.
As a suggestion at home, you are advised to be able to talk about complaints felt to those closest to you who are believed to be able to support therapy. Support from people closest to you will greatly assist in successfully handling the problem. In addition, we also advise you to be able to continue the activities that you enjoy so that you can channel your feelings through positive things. Thus information from us. May be useful.