Is There A Relationship Of Disease Relapse Due To Psychological Disorders?
Lately I have been eating and choking until I can’t breathe and now when I eat I get scared and my heart is beating whether bloating and shortness of breath have been triggered by a psychologist.
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It should be understood that a diagnosis cannot be established if anamnesis has not been carried out, a direct physical examination (and supporting examinations if needed). But from your information, there are several possibilities, including:
Acute stress reaction
An acute stress reaction is a symptom of fixation / anxiety / anger / disappointment immediately after a stressor event that generally disappears after 3 days. Somatoform is a spectrum of physical complaints caused by psychogenic stressors. Anxiety disorders themselves are tensions, discomforts or worries that arise because they feel something will happen that is unpleasant but the source is largely unknown.
Regarding acute stress reactions (the closest possible), here are the diagnostic guidelines for skut stress reactions based on PPDGJ III:
There is a clear time link between the occurrence of extraordinary stressful experiences (physical or mental) with the time the onset of symptoms (usually a few minutes or immediately after the event)
a) There are mixed symptoms that usually change, in addition to the initial symptoms of a state of "fixation", depression, anxiety, anger, disappointment, overactivity and withdrawal (none of these symptoms dominate for a long time)
b) When the stressor (the thing that makes the stress) is eliminated, the symptoms can disappear quickly (within a few hours). If stress cannot be transferred, symptoms generally subside after 24-48 hours and usually almost disappear after 3 days.
There were no psychiatric disorders before
Individual vulnerability and adaptability play a role in the occurrence or severity of an acute stress reaction.
It is advisable for you to deal with coping (efforts to deal with stressors) that mature, for example: convincing yourself that by eating casually / slowly (not in a hurry) can prevent choking back and forth; seeking social support, for example through family; try to take the positive side of a problem; coping with humor, and so on. If after doing these things you still feel very disturbed, it is better to consult a doctor, where if it is judged there are indications that the doctor will help provide anti-anxiety drugs, which of course must be accompanied by a mature coping effort as previously described
Here are articles that you can read to increase knowledge:
identify three types of anxiety disorders
All of our suggestions and answers, hopefully useful, good afternoon.