Dizzy Head And Feeling Noisy Mind?
Hello. Some time ago around October I experienced a headache that was unbearable caused by the noise of my mind. At that time I was having difficulty facing a problem related to my parents. But I am hesitant to ask my parents for help, I feel afraid to bother the parents initially like that. But over time the confusion and all the feelings of fear and all the memories of the mistakes I had done kept turning in my head. Previously I had experienced this before but it will subside when I use it to interact (chat) with my friends. For this condition, the more I talk and try to interact the more I feel nauseous, then my body is like a lack of focus and the peak is I can’t stand those thoughts that can’t stop thinking until I feel like screaming but I am afraid of being mistaken for my friends finally I was alone in my room then lay down on the bed while pressing hard my head until the pain suddenly disappeared alone. This headache / pain event lasts for about 30 minutes. And for the occurrence of nausea, shaking / feeling giddy about 6 hours himself. I wonder why? Is stress self management enough or do you need to consult a psychologist / psychiatrist?
Thank you for the question.
Very deep psychological pressure often triggers a variety of physical complaints, including dizziness, headaches, nausea, difficulty focusing, and loss of balance as you experience it. As long as you are still able to work and function as usual, and can control your emotions well, in fact this condition does not always refer to psychiatric disorders. But still, this condition needs to be given further treatment so as not to continue. How:
Discipline to live a healthy lifestyle, starting from getting up early, eating regularly, exercising every day, observing worship, not smoking, stay away from alcohol, and also early sleep
When experiencing problems, don't think about it too complicated, focus on finding a solution
If it is difficult to find solutions to your problems, don't hesitate to discuss with others who you believe can help you find solutions to your problems.
Don't be too alone, fantasize, or mourn your life
Expand your relationships, be diligent in organizing and socializing with your surroundings, improve your relationships with family
Like your daily activities, don't consider it a burden
Take time to do activities that make you relax, such as by meditating, doing a hobby, vacationing
Your condition, if it's mild in nature, will often improve enough with the steps above. If it turns out that with the steps above your condition has not improved, we recommend that you consult yourself directly to a doctor or psychiatrist. Concerned that your condition appears to be related to psychiatric disorders, such as somatoform disorders, depression, personality disorders, delusional disorders, etc. which require further treatment steps so that they do not develop into more severe conditions.
Hope this helps ...