Excessive Fear Accompanied By Palpitations, Dizziness, Nausea And Trembling?
good morning, i am bella 24 years old, lately when i am not having any activities, i often feel too scared of something that i don’t know what i am, and because of that also my body is getting a little weird, it feels like my heart is beating really, thumping like that, then a little dizzy and a bit nauseous, then my body felt trembling and it felt my body temperature dropped. I felt like that for less than ten minutes, but almost every day for about 2 weeks I felt like that, until I was afraid to be away from my mother, that’s why? Is that an anxiety disorder? thank you..
The emergence of fear accompanied by palpitations, dizziness, nausea and trembling can indeed be caused by anxiety disorders such as panic attacks or overall anxiety disorders. Although it can be caused by the above conditions, it does not mean that your complaint must be caused by panic disorder because the complaint can also be caused by the following conditions:
Trauma or phobia (excessive fear of a specific thing) Related to the use of substances such as excessive consumption of caffeine or certain dietary drugs Related to other medical conditions such as heartburn, stomach acid or heart problems Do not hesitate to check the complaint to the doctor if the complaint is very disturbing the complaint can be caused by certain medical conditions. I suggest that you consult with a mental health specialist in order to get optimal treatment related to your complaints.
The doctor will ask for a history of your complaints, conduct in-depth psychiatric interviews, conduct physical or supportive examinations to ensure your condition is related to organic (physical) or purely psychological disorders. If indeed the condition is caused by anxiety disorders then your doctor can prescribe anti-anxiety drugs to help resolve your complaint.
The following recommendations for you:
Avoid conditions that can trigger complaints Manage stress wisely Perform healthy lifestyles and positive activities Tell your complaints with people you trust Perform treatment and control according to your doctor's recommendations Hopefully useful,