Often Feel Shocked Accompanied By Limp Body, Trembling Hands, Cold Sweat And Palpitations?
Hello, I want to ask, I often feel surprised when I feel like Limp, trembling hands, cold sweat, rapid heart palpitations, sometimes also shortness of breath and also happens to be a family history of heart disease. Is that normal or not, because I was once shocked because I was short of breath and almost fainted. Thank you
Hello Yuni, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will answer your question.
Based on the complaint you mentioned, I do not suspect any abnormality in your heart. However, due to the limited data that I have I cannot confirm your diagnosis. Data such as your age, current illnesses such as hypertension, diabetes, or other diseases are needed to diagnose a disease. If you are <50 years old, and do not have hypertension, diabetes, then you do not need to think about the possibility of heart defects.
In my opinion, the feeling that you feel is more directed to a psychological or psychiatric disorder, which is often referred to as anxiety disorders, there are several types of anxiety disorders that you may experience include:
Social anxiety disorder.
General anxiety disorder.
Complaints such as palpitations, weakness, trembling, restlessness, shortness of breath, tense muscles, headaches, fainting, like dying, etc. are often felt in some of the above disorders. Possible abnormalities above are caused by several things such as:
Negative experiences that cause stress or psychological trauma.
Side effects of certain drugs or substances, including caffeine and drugs.
Certain diseases, such as heart rhythm disorders and thyroid disease.
To be sure again, you can consult directly with a general practitioner in advance to rule out the possibility of heart problems, and if not found it is likely that anxiety problems that you experience. You can consult a psychiatrist about your problem.
Treatment can be done in two ways, namely psychotherapy and using drugs. If not handled properly sufferers will increasingly feel bad complaints and reduce the quality of life.
Right now what you can do is:
Face your fears.
Tell the problem you are facing to the people closest to you.
Meditation can please the mind and soul.
Manage your breathing when an attack occurs.
Get enough rest, and sleep 7-8 hours per day.
That's all the answers I can give, thank you :)