Heart Palpitations Accompanied By Body Feels Trembling And Pain When Depressed?
why since I was depressed, after that I felt my heart was beating and now my pulse is trembling in my arms, neck, sometimes tightness in my chest and pain. Why is it that the stomach feels too? I fear
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Depression is a mental disorder that causes sufferers to experience negative affect, often sad, cry without cause, blame yourself, lazy to socialize with the environment, not interested in doing things that were previously liked, even tend to do actions that risk risking yourself or others (such as a suicide attempt). Depression when detected and treated early can generally be cured so that it is not prolonged.
As a result of depression, nerve impulses that enter various organ systems can also increase. This often causes a variety of physical complaints that cannot be explained rationally based on medical science. These physical complaints can vary in types, including the sensations of shaking, tightness, and pain as you feel.
Although it can be related to depression that you have experienced before, physical complaints that you are experiencing now may also occur related to certain organic disorders, for example deficiency of neurotropic vitamins or minerals, dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), neurological disorders, respiratory disorders, electrolyte balance disorders, heart disorders, even other mental disorders. Excessive fear that you feel can also make complaints worse.
Therefore, before the complaint continues, you better check yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that a deeper examination is carried out, not only a physical examination, but also supporting tests, such as x-rays, heart records, ultrasound, laboratories, etc. according needs. If there really isn't any organic disorder that underlies your complaint, your doctor may refer you back to a psychiatrist for further treatment.
In the meantime, what you should do:
Expand to do relaxation, meditation, do things that please you, for example by taking a vacation, hanging out with people you care about, doing hobbies
Don't be afraid or overly sad
Cultivate positive thinking
Eat a variety of nutritious foods, rich in vitamin B complex, calcium, potassium, as well as other vitamins and minerals
Compress areas that are painful and tight with warm water
Stay away from cigarettes, alcohol and drugs
Hope this helps ...