Feeling Scared And Hysterical When You See People Fighting?
At night, why am I so scared and very histrionic when I see people fighting and something happens in front of me, I often tremble all over my body. I think this is what kind of disease, doctor. Thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition that happens to you is actually a natural thing to happen, especially to women. This is because in general women do not like things that lead to violence and destructive aggressiveness. There can also be a feeling that your personal safety is threatened if you are near a fight, so that fear arises to keep you away from the source of that danger.
In addition, the fear can also be deepened again with a certain experience or understanding of yourself. For example, you have been hurt from physical contact in the past, or you have seen two people close to you or someone you care about fighting or something like. You may not remember this, but your subconscious mind still holds it. So that if a similar condition occurs, the fear appears as a reminder of events that have passed.
This should not need special handling, because you certainly don't meet people fighting every day. But if you are really disturbed by this condition, for example the impact of seeing people fighting some time ago is still carried over for days afterward and interferes with concentration, disturbs sleep, and makes you continue to be afraid and tired, then maybe there are disturbances that require special treatment . To that end, check yourself with a psychiatrist to do a history excavation in the form of in-depth interviews and also maybe a written test, to further narrow your condition.
In the meantime, try to control your feelings by controlling your breathing more slowly and deeply, avoiding the source of the commotion, and immediately check with your psychiatrist, or at least see a psychologist. So, hopefully answering your question.