Not Enthusiastic And Often Anxious?
want to ask again,rnI’m 19 years old, I live in 1 neighborhood there are 3 families but the situation is not very suitable and harmonious.rnBefore moving into that neighborhood I felt very peaceful, but after I moved I often saw my parents were hurt (not appreciated/considered like family) and I who saw that wanted to be angry but that’s not my right. So all this time I only harbored anger and tears.rnrnAfter I experienced this incident, I began to feel complaints in the form of: unmotivated, anxious fear of death, pain in the chest like a heart attack but my heart rarely pounding like someone has a heart attack, heartburn, pain under the jaw and back and waist and sometimes the soles of my feet and hands get cramped, and I often feel nervous even though I’m not meeting anyone and have headaches like I want to faint/weak. rnrnAnd sometimes I also feel like I want to cry but can’t bring out the tears, so I feel a pain in the jaw of my face.rnAnd I also sometimes feel like I don’t realize that I feel the complaint.rnSometimes I like to talk to myself “Is it true that I feel this complaint, but when I feel it again I also feel that I am not sick”.rnI often feel sad and anxious about pain. t what I feel and will die.rnWhat happened to me doctor ?
Hi Acher. The complaints you experience can be caused by the condition of severe psychological pressure that you experience. Not being able to express the emotions you feel where you tend to harbor more and coupled with an irregular lifestyle or lifestyle in terms of food, activity and association can cause some physical conditions or even psychological conditions themselves.
It is a natural thing to have heartache due to treatment from other people to your family, but if you keep it under wraps, it can become a source of diseases such as depression, anxiety, psychosomatic disease, stomach acid disease, and if accompanied by an unfavorable lifestyle, it can result in serious health problems. heart.
Consult a psychiatrist about your condition for treatment and further information. What you can do is to improve your lifestyle in terms of the food you eat, avoid alcohol and cigarettes, exercise regularly, then share with people you trust, diligently worshiping is expected to help. Channeling your hurt feelings into positive activities or certain hobbies can help. Hopefully helpful, and thank you. Regards, Dr Alyssa