How To Deal With Frequent Nightmares, Dizziness And Tightness?
Hello, so my parents are late u0026sup2; This often experiences nightmares to disrupt his sleep, while feeling his body weak, dizzy head and shortness of breath easily tired, before frequent nightmares and other symptoms like this, my parents had experienced a robbery incident and my parents saw the culprit directly from when the thief settles and also often gets a lot of office assignments, I want to ask if this nightmare is caused by ptsd or is there another cause huh? And for dizziness and tightness, is it a result of sleep or what? And for a better consultation to see a doctor or a psychiatrist or what? thank you
Nightmares are conditions of the unconscious experience (during sleep) that are sometimes accompanied by sensory perception which can cause anxiety, fear or even fear of sleep. There are various things that can trigger a person to have nightmares, namely:
Unpleasant experiences Life-threatening events (traumatic) Medical conditions such as anxiety disorders or depression Related to sleep disorders Sometimes bad dreams can feel very real to a person causing physical complaints such as palpitations or dizziness. Most nightmares do not cause disturbances, however the conditions nightmares that often appear to disturb you should be checked by a doctor in order to get the appropriate treatment. I suggest that your father go to a mental health specialist (Sp.KJ / psychiatrist) to get optimal treatment.
The doctor will ask for a history of complaints, conduct in-depth psychiatric interviews, conduct physical examinations or supporting examinations such as blood tests and thyroid hormone levels if needed. If indeed the complaint is caused by trauma or psychological condition, the doctor can recommend cognitive therapy, counseling or consumption of anti-anxiety drugs if needed.
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