Link Trauma To Other People’s Talk With Anxiety Disorders?
Sorry in advance, I want to ask. Does the trauma of being afraid of being said by a person can be a symptom of social anxiety? Because in middle school I was often caught seeing my friends talking about me in the back, I knew, but I responded by pretending I didn’t know. R nIf that, I was often scared when someone else was staring at me when they often whispered. But now I am still holding a grudge against the people who have talked about me, exactly 3-4 years and it makes me slowly get away from the crowd. Is it because of that incident that I could have social anxiety? (Sorry if it’s too long, I need help) Thank you
Hello, Thank you for the question
Social anxiety disorder is a long-term mental health disorder characterized by the way a person deals with excessive daily social life. Patients experience excessive fear if observed or judged by other people's actions. This condition causes the sufferer to withdraw from social interaction. Symptoms experienced by sufferers are palpitations, difficulty breathing, chest pain, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, trembling, cold sweat, diarrhea, easily agitated, always thinking of bad consequences when in social situations. Social anxiety disorder is influenced by a number of factors such as heredity, environmental factors, and disorders of brain structure.
The best step that you should take is to immediately consult with a psychiatrist / psychiatrist. The doctor will ask further questions about your complaint to understand your condition. From this examination, the doctor will determine the next treatment for you such as psychological therapy and medication. The medicines given must be consumed by the sufferer for a certain period of time.
Please try to practice breathing techniques, follow meditation, and follow yoga to help calm your mind. Try to share with your closest family or friends.
Hopefully this information is useful for you.