Heart Palpitations, Shortness Of Breath And Excessive Anxiety?
shortness of breath, palpitations and accompanied by anxiety when I was in the cinema.
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Excessive anxiety in certain conditions can trigger a variety of physical complaints, including palpitations, shortness of breath, excessive sweating, trembling, tremors, nausea, weakness, blurry vision, body aches, dizziness, and so on. If this anxiety arises in high intensity, without a clear and obvious trigger, this condition may be included in phobias. Phobias that make people experience excessive anxiety and fear when in the cinema may occur due to nyctophobia (dark phobia), ochlophobia (phobia of the crowd), social anxiety disorder (social phobia), ligyrophobia (loud phobia), or other causes.
Do your complaints only appear at the cinema? Have you never experienced similar complaints when in other places or in other conditions? How great is that anxiety and fear over you? What usually triggers such anxiety?
Apart from phobias, you can also experience anxiety and palpitations arising from other causes, such as lack of sleep, excessive consumption of caffeine, certain mental stresses, certain medications, and so on. If this is the condition that you experience, often this is not dangerous and will improve by itself without the need for special treatment.
However, if your anxiety and fear feel so great that you control yourself and make you not work properly, we recommend that you see yourself directly to a doctor or a psychiatrist. In-depth psychiatric interviews are needed to differentiate between phobias or those that are still considered normal.
Here are our initial suggestions:
Recognize the source of your anxiety, your opponent and find a solution, do not be over-feared
When going to the movies, don't go alone, ask to be accompanied by the people closest to you
When anxiety or fear appear, divert your attention to something else
Do not focus on the negatives of a condition, instead look at the positive side
Get into the habit of living a healthy lifestyle, including with regular sleep, regular exercise, and eating healthy foods with discipline
Avoid the habit of consuming excessive caffeine, especially alcohol
Not taking drugs carelessly, without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...