Often Feel Anxious And Excessive Fear Accompanied By Easy To Forget?
Hello, I am Nadiva. So I feel scared, ill-tempered, stressed out, forgetful, anxious, and afraid of death. the sound of my car was afraid. until I had difficulty sleeping until late at night even though I had tried to get closer to God. it happened a few weeks. what should I do so that it doesn’t happen again? Because I’m very scared
Good morning Nadiva, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand the feelings that you experience. Quite often the calamities that have befallen our country lately have had a broad impact, not only for those who are directly related to these conditions, but also who only watch and know from afar. What you experience, can actually be a way for your brain to save yourself. Through a certain mechanism, your brain connects the sound of the car with disaster because of the experience you have had. The real goal is that you are aware of the impending danger and can make decisions to save yourself.
But your mind misinterprets, because it is true that disasters should not be associated with a particular vehicle. It also has disturbed your daily life. So our advice, even though getting closer to God is a good thing and you still have to do, it also requires other efforts in the form of professional handling, namely by a psychiatrist.
Your psychiatrist will later try to do a light interview with you to find out the root of your problem. Is it true that it was only purely the night's events, or made worse by other conditions. You may also be asked to fill out a questionnaire consisting of several questions to further confirm the diagnosis. After that, your psychiatrist will choose the right therapy to make your mind calmer, eliminate the association or car sound connection with disaster, and eliminate your anxiety.
In the meantime, keep your closeness to God, and other efforts that you can try to do also are breathing exercises by breathing deeply and slowly for several minutes, doing yoga exercises, inhaling aromatherapy, doing meditation, relaxation, and telling your problem to people that you believe in. So, hopefully answering your question.