Fear Of Seeing Or Hearing People Fighting And Fighting.?
When I see or hear people fight and fight I feel fear. My heart beats faster, my body trembles a little, but in certain situations the trembling becomes faster. For example when my parents had a fight. In the last few years I have often been alone, I felt that if I was alone I would not hear that. I also use earphones more often, with the hope that I will not hear anything. Starting last month, my mental condition is also not good. I often think of leaving home even at the point of “leaving”. I need a friend to talk to but I’m afraid. Why?
Hello, Anis Praise Astuti. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com.
We understand the discomfort you're experiencing. There are several possibilities that can cause these complaints that require a direct examination by a doctor, including:
Depressive episodes (moods of sadness, loss of interest and excitement, fatigue, decreased activity, withdrawal from relationships)
Comprehensive anxiety disorder (excessive anxiety and anxiety, sometimes illogical, experienced throughout the day, felt within 6 months or more, may be accompanied by motor tension such as headaches and trembling)
Panic disorders (severe anxiety attacks in harmless situations, can arise in unexpected situations, no symptoms of anxiety outside the time of panic attacks, occur several times in about 1 month)
We recommend that you consult directly with your doctor or psychiatric specialist. The doctor will evaluate the history of complaints and associated biopsychosocial factors, examine the physical, and plan for investigations if needed. It is hoped that this process can produce the right assessment so that appropriate treatment can be given.
Doctors can provide supportive psychotherapy to help patients manage stress, recognize symptoms, and control themselves when complaints arise. If needed, the doctor can also provide medicine to help deal with the disease.
As a suggestion, you are advised to share your grievances with those closest to you who can be trusted and that you believe can support therapy. Support from the people closest is very helpful in the success of therapy. Keep doing the activities that you enjoy so that you can channel your feelings through positive things.
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