Does Shaking In Your Hands Include Panic Disorders?
Good morning to noon doc. I am 23 years old, I want to ask doc, at the beginning of the story I have a coworker friend who is very close to me, but now we are fighting, because of the demands of my work I have to face it every day, from there my doc began to experience no enthusiasm at work, when I met the person I became nauseous, shaking hands. But I also have experienced this if I have a problem with a friend, teacher, or boss. And I just realized now dock. Does that include panic disorder?
Hello Raj, thank you for the question.
Panic attack or psychic attack is a condition that occurs due to fear or anxiety that appears excessive. Usually complaints will disappear when the trigger is over. Symptoms that occur in panic attacks can include nausea, vomiting, chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations, excessive sweating, trembling, and so on. This can happen once but when it becomes frequent, panic attacks can be a panic disorder.
However, complaints as you mentioned can also occur in other conditions such as anxiety disorders, depression, social phobia, and so on. Therefore it is necessary to consult with a psychiatric specialist, especially if the symptoms are very disturbing social life, work productivity, to quality of life. The doctor will conduct a physical examination, mental status, and additional checks needed to look for other criteria so that the diagnosis of a disease can be made / fulfilled. That way the handling will be directed and appropriate.
For now, all you can do is keep a healthy lifestyle, manage stress well, relax yourself, take a breath to calm yourself, and focus yourself and your mind on positive things.
That's all, hope it helps.