Management Of Psychosomatic Or Panic Disorder?
, I feel now the body is often weak and there is phlegm in the throat that is very annoying and sometimes even difficult to breathe, sweating also appears a feeling of fear. If I’m hungry or an empty stomach feels like I’m suffocating. I checked with a specialist in the doctor because sometimes there were complaints in the stomach. But he said there was nothing, aka healthy. but I was given medicine. the question
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Psychosomatic is a complaint of illness that arises due to excessive psychological stress. For example, you have a problem that causes you to experience excessive stress, the condition triggers the appearance of physical abnormalities in you, such as increased blood pressure, sephalgia or headaches and high stomach acid. All of these diseases are physically found abnormalities by a doctor.
Meanwhile, panic disorder or panic attack is the emergence of excessive fear or anxiety suddenly. Characterized by a rapid heartbeat, shortness of breath, dizziness, muscle tension, or trembling. If this complaint often appears and lasts a long time, it will cause disruption of one's life, this condition is called panic disorder. If a thorough examination is performed by a doctor, the doctor will not find any abnormalities. This is the difference with psychosomatic.
If it is true based on the results of your internal medicine doctor's examination, that there are no physical problems found medically, you may experience panic disorder.
For the medication you are asking for, it consists of drugs to reduce the production of stomach acid, anti-emetic, anti-bloating and antipsychotics (for diseases related to psychological disorders). These drugs are prescription drugs that must be taken under the supervision of a doctor. You should first re-control according to the schedule that the doctor has set.
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