Handling Of Excessive Anxiety Disorder?
I often feel nausea and continue to vomit dry, my body is also cold sweat, and pain in the head, back, chest, my mind is more inclined to negative things. And I feel afraid to worry about certain things. What does it include excessive anxiety disorder. And does that need to be followed up on?
Good evening, thanks for the question
General anxiety disorder or overall anxiety disorder is characterized by symptoms of excessive anxiety and unrealistic about a thing. Many factors affect the development of anxiety disorders, including:
- family history
- Tense event
- Too much worry
- Over protective
- Poor physical or mental health
One type of anxiety disorder is social anxiety disorder, which is found to be a symptom of fear of carrying out daily activities, having a low level of self-confidence, very much avoiding eye contact with others, and fear of being criticized. Symptoms can also be accompanied by tightness, abdominal pain, nausea, sweating, etc. where the most severe is the condition of panic attacks.
Treatment for this disorder can be taken by cognitive behavioral therapy (Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy or CBT), psychotherapy, and antidepressant drugs by psychiatric doctors.
Carry out further consultations with a psychiatric doctor to evaluate the current condition. Therapy for this disorder requires a long time, and behavioral therapy and psychotherapy will greatly help you restore social function so that you can return to interact normally with the environment.
Also believe that the anxiety that you feel is only limited to your thoughts and not so in the actual social environment, do relaxation techniques such as breathing deeply when anxiety begins to come, always think positive and don't be too stressed out thinking about one thing, and work on it in a way regularly or do activities that are preferred to arouse feelings of happiness, and start implementing healthy behaviors.
That's all, hope you can help.