Is This A Symptom Of Organ Disease Or Something?
Hello. I am 17 years old. I want to ask, at school, I witnessed a sports accident that is a broken arm. After about 10 minutes, I arrived “I felt dizzy, nauseous, my eyes were shaking, and my ears were buzzing like boarding a plane, and sweat was pouring out. After a few minutes, what I experienced over a long time disappeared and my face was pale. My want to know, is that a symptom of organ disease or so on?
Hello Jeremia, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
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The symptoms that you describe can lead to a mental or psychological disorder if at least the symptoms are over time and recur. The context here is not a mental disorder means you are a crazy person. One of the many mental disorders is anxiety disorders.
Everyone must have experienced anxiety, but must be distinguished between ordinary anxiety / worry with anxiety disorders. Anxiety disorders themselves are nervous feelings or evasive of an event that is usually traumatic. Symptoms usually often appear continuously and repeatedly from time to time. Usually the symptoms will get worse.
Some psychiatric illnesses in anxiety disorders can include:
Panic Disorder. - In this disorder sufferers will experience symptoms of panic disorder suddenly, and even without any obvious cause. Some things that can appear during panic are sweating, palpitations, shortness of breath, suffocation, trembling, weakness. Symptoms that arise vary, and will get worse if left untreated.
Social anxiety disorder. - In this disorder sufferers will be anxious or afraid of an extraordinary social situation or afraid to interact with others. Complaints will arise both before, after, and during interaction. Often called social phobia. People with this disorder will be afraid to do something, or say something in public because they think it will embarrass them, even though the reality is not like that.
General anxiety disorder. - Anxiety will continue to persist for a long period of time (6 months). In this type of disorder sufferers will worry about many things such as the economy, work, health, which is not necessarily an alarming thing. Some cases of anxiety can cause depression.
Based on the explanation above, the need for a long question and answer, and a physical examination directly by a psychiatrist to determine the diagnosis and therapy that can be given. Chances are you have not been included in the "interference", you experience is just a panic attack. But if panic arises continuously and disrupt your daily activities immediately consult yourself a psychiatrist.
Right now what you can do is:
During a panic attack, calm yourself with closing your eyes, and take a deep breath for a few moments and repeatedly.
Meditation can calm your soul.
Get enough rest, and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
If complaints recur and occur continuously, immediately contact a psychiatrist.
So many answers from me, hopefully it helps and always healthy.
Thank you very much :)