How To Get Rid Of Trauma That Interferes With Daily Activities?
In the morning, doctor … I want to ask. How to eliminate trauma. My trauma is so annoying for my daily life especially if I want to travel outside the house, I want to do activities outside the home, so I am afraid of being overly anxious. Please the solution 😢
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
What traumatic event do you mean? How long have you felt that uncomfortable feeling?
There are a number of possibilities that can cause complaints as you submit and deal with stress, including:
Post traumatic stress disorder, which is the presence of shadows or dreams repeatedly about traumatic events, accompanied by feelings of discomfort when remembering the incident, resulting in obstacles in carrying out daily activities, appear within a minimum of 6 months after traumatic events weight
Panic disorder, namely the occurrence of sudden panic attacks repeatedly without knowing the time and location, usually there is always a feeling of fear because of panic attacks that continue to occur, can be accompanied by symptoms of dizziness, nausea, tightness, feelings such as being suffocated, numb, more often occur in young women
Comprehensive anxiety disorders, namely excessive anxiety and anxiety, sometimes illogical, occur throughout the day, felt within a period of 6 months or more, can be accompanied by motor tension, such as headaches, trembling, palpitations
You are advised to consult directly with your doctor or psychiatric specialist so that your history of complaints and associated biopsychosocial factors can be evaluated. The doctor will also conduct a comprehensive physical examination and possibly a supplementary examination if an indication is found. This way, your doctor can get a proper assessment of your physical and mental health condition and plan for the treatment needed.
Supportive psychotherapy can be given by your doctor to help you manage stress, identify symptoms, and control yourself if symptoms occur. If you get an indication, you may also be prescribed oral medication to help you feel more comfortable and help with illness.
As a suggestion, you should talk about complaints felt to those closest to you who believe you can support therapy. Support from the people closest is useful to help successfully handle psychiatric problems. You are also advised to continue the activities that you enjoy in order to channel your feelings through positive things. Thus information from us. May be useful.