How To Deal With Acute Anxiety Has Been 3 Months?
hello doctor, 3 months ago I was diagnosed with acute anxiety, I was given medicine and taken if I suddenly felt anxious, and 1 month ago the feeling of anxiety came suddenly, previously I suddenly “feel sad, I want to cry but can’t cry, then suddenly” I was like a dazed person my hands were shaking and I was crying, I immediately took my medicine, and I started to calm down after a few minutes, but at night, the feeling it started again, i took my medicine again but i still couldn’t calm down, i couldn’t even stop crying and hitting myself. since 3 months ago, i always dream every night, i don’t feel rested even though my eyes sleep and my body I feel tired when I wake up. Is the disease I suffer from dangerous? Thank you
Hello, Defsoul Nuna Ahgase, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
Anxiety is a psychological disorder that often afflicts humans. Mild anxiety can still be treated with drugs and changes in mindset and lifestyle, but severe anxiety is often a burden because the treatment must be routine, long, involving all factors, and if these factors are not met then anxiety will become worse. severe and cause several other unexpected complications, such as depression, suicidal ideation, psychotic disorders, drug abuse, or physical illnesses such as heart problems.
If this anxiety is very disturbing, you should immediately seek help from a psychiatrist to get the right therapy. Anxiety therapy is not only sedative drugs, but also psychotherapy and lifestyle changes. Lifestyle changes you can make are:
1. Find possible sources of your anxiety
2. Change your mindset about the source of your anxiety
3. which to do
4. Speak or tell problems to someone you trust or write in a diary
6. Doing hobbies
7. Regular exercise
8. Avoid caffeine, alcohol, cigarettes, and illegal substances
9. Breathing exercises
10. Regular check-ups with the doctor
Here are some links you can look at for additional information:
1. Mental health
2. How to deal with excessive anxiety
3. Recognize anxiety and its types
That's it, I hope it's useful.
dr. Sarah Rizqia