How To Get Rid Of Feeling Uneasy?
Hello. R nI am a student of the 4th grade. I often feel unsettled at times. It all started when I was in high school in grade 12. This feeling of uneasiness continued to increase. Increasing, which means that it becomes more frequent and tasteless, even recently, it often interferes with daily activities. Because of this annoyance I usually count from one until the uneasiness disappears. I have counted up to 640. And it can be increased or only up to 20. The problem is that I don’t understand what the feeling of uneasiness is. Do you think this is why? And how do you get rid of this uneasiness? Please answer yes. Thanks.
Hello Bnata, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Uneasiness or anxiety is a normal feeling that appears in every human being as the body's response to exposure to something that has the potential to cause injury to him (either physically or mentally). For example, anxiety can arise when you see a car speeding toward you, or someone with a knife approaching you, or when you have to speak in public when you haven't prepared yourself well.
However, if the anxiety exceeds the normal level, causing a significant disruption in carrying out daily activities, this can be considered an anxiety disorder. In anxiety disorders, this anxiety can arise because of anything, even things that are not "threatening" or normal everyday things. There are several types of anxiety disorders:
Generalized anxiety disorder, which is when a person feels anxious about daily events and activities, including worrying about small things, and this anxiety interferes with daily activities. Social anxiety disorder, which is when anxiety arises when you have to have social relations with other people or be in a crowd. Panic disorder, which is a condition in which a person suddenly feels very scared and anxious for a short time. Panic attacks can occur due to certain triggers, or they can occur without any triggers. Specific phobic disorder, which is fear and anxiety that is triggered by a specific object or situation.
If indeed the condition of excessive anxiety is bothering you, you should consult directly with a psychiatrist. The psychiatrist will first evaluate the presence or absence of certain physical diseases that can cause anxiety symptoms (such as a history of head injury, disorders in the brain such as tumors or infections, certain metabolic diseases such as hyperthyroidism, etc.), looking for the presence or absence of certain drugs that you have. drinking which can cause anxiety symptoms, looking for other possible psychiatric disorders that can cause anxiety symptoms such as psychotic or mood disorders. If there are no other disorders and the anxiety you feel is caused by an anxiety disorder, then a psychiatrist can provide certain therapies such as cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy. In this therapy, you will be led to use your own logic to change the way you view and behave about something. Another therapy that can be given is the provision of anti-anxiety drugs.
In the meantime, here are a few things you can do to reduce your anxiety:
Get enough sleep and rest Do regular relaxation techniques such as deep breathing exercises, meditation, yoga, etc. Do regular exercise 30-40 minutes a day Get busy with activities that you like Reduce consumption of caffeinated food and drinks, such as coffee, tea, soft drinks, energy drinks, chocolate. Avoid smoking and alcohol. Make sure you also eat enough nutritious foods
That's all I can say, hopefully it's enough to answer
dr. Irna Cecilia