Head Discomfort, Cramps, Dizziness, Blurred Vision, Irregular Heartbeat And Frequent Fantasizing?
I have a constant pain in the area of my head, and the edges of the eyes near the nose, and over the nasal bones. r n r nand a feeling of regular beating in the back of the head, and cramps from all over the head to the top of the shins, bones. dry usually cold down. r n r n eyes are unconscious, usually dizzy, confused, irregular heart, especially when depressed the heart is even very fast, the hands are usually cold and. wet r n r n the mind can’t stay still thinking about wanting in praise of fantasizing like future fantasies, for example, I am amazed by many people, every time I think, I think I will fantasize about it. or psychosomatic
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When viewed from the various complaints that you convey, it is true, discomfort around the head, body cramps, dizziness, blurred vision, confusion, irregular heartbeat, wet and cold hands, shortness of breath, and often fantasizing about something uncertain it could be a sign that you have a somatoform disorder, or it is also known as a psychosomatic disorder. This condition reflects a collection of physical complaints that are triggered or exacerbated by certain psychological stresses, for example when you are experiencing depression, excessive anxiety, panic, and so on.
Various complaints can arise due to somatoform disorders, the most common of which is pain. However, whatever the complaint, all of this can cause you to overreact, both in thoughts, feelings, and attitudes, causing disruption in your daily functioning.
It is not clear how the exact mechanism of this somatoform disorder occurs. However, genetic (hereditary), biological (low pain threshold), family and environmental support, certain personalities, a history of past trauma, low educational and socioeconomic levels, and having certain medical disorders can play a role in precipitating this condition. As a result of these factors, the body will be triggered to increase the production of more adrenaline into the bloodstream, causing the activity of nerve impulses from the brain to various parts of the body to increase. This is what may lead to the emergence of various non-specific complaints.
Apart from somatoform disorders, there are various other possibilities that can trigger complaints like what you are experiencing, including certain vitamin or mineral deficiencies, adrenal crises, viral or bacterial infections, alcohol intoxication, illegal drug abuse, withdrawal syndrome, related psychiatric disorders. caffeine, hyperthyroidism, excess anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, schizophrenia, panic attacks, and so on.
Given the complaints have been going on for so long, you should not let this condition drag on. Check with your doctor directly so that the best treatment steps can be taken regarding your condition. If your doctor suspects that you have a somatoform disorder, your doctor may refer you to a psychiatric specialist (psychiatrist).
In the meantime, you should be able to calm down a lot, for example, by being more diligent in worshiping, doing meditation, relaxation, and keeping yourself busy with positive activities. If the pain is very disturbing, you can first compress the sore area of the body with warm water. Get used to sleep regularly, eat healthy and nutritious food, stay away from caffeine, alcohol, cigarettes, especially drugs.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah