How To Deal With Uncontrolled And Uncontrollable Anxiety Over The Past 3 Months?
Hello doctor, I want to ask.
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The symptoms that you experience, such as shortness, coughing, nausea, diarrhea, and anxiety are symptoms of several different systems, namely the respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract, and psychological symptoms (gelish and anxiety). Therefore, your condition may be a combination of several different conditions / illnesses, but it can also be triggered by the anxiety that you experience, because anxiety (and other psychological factors) can provide neurological and hormonal disorders, thus also disrupting the health of other organs, such as shortness, heartburn, diarrhea, and others.
Anxiety is actually a normal response when someone experiences a particular problem or threat, such as before the test, when conducting interviews, when speaking in public, when making an important decision, and others. However, if the anxiety is excessive and can not be controlled, it can have a negative impact on mental health and physical health. Symptoms that often arise in anxiety disorders include: always feeling anxious for trivial / unimportant things, feeling uneasy, difficult to make decisions, and difficult to concentrate, and some physical disorders, such as heart palpitations, sweating , heartburn, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, trembling, and difficulty sleeping.
The things you can do right now are:
Trying to sort out the important things and things that you really don't need to care about Trying to regulate adequate sleep patterns Eat nutritious food, and do regular physical activity Do positive things or hobbies that you enjoy, such as arts, sports, worship etc. But if these things don't help and you still feel disturbed by these things, don't hesitate to consult a psychiatrist directly. Although anxiety tests on the internet can help detect anxiety disorders, depression, etc. easily, by meeting directly with your doctor you can be more free to explain your condition and how you feel. In some conditions anxiety only requires speech therapy, lifestyle regulation, and support from people around, but in other cases it can also require the help of pharmacological therapy (drugs).
On the other hand, you also have to keep looking at the possibility of other diseases that can explain your symptoms, such as syndorme dyspepsia, gastroenteritis, respiratory infections, bronchitis, and others. If you feel that these symptoms are not related to your anxiety (still occur when you are not anxious), I suggest you to consult a doctor.
You can also read other articles about anxiety disorders on this link and also the symptoms and how to overcome this link.
So, hopefully you can help.