Overcoming Irritability Accompanied By Headaches?
At night, I am a mother of 2 children, my first child is 21 months old and my second child is 5 months old, I am often stressed because I always get momshamming from my parents-in-law, my condition now often has a headache and if I get upset a little I get angry and all people around me because I was angry, angry, angry, I was quiet and sorry, but when someone started to make me upset, I was sure to be angry again, honestly, I was really tired until my head hurt, was there any medicine to relieve my unstable emotions? Because when I’m angry my head hurts like there’s a plane flying around my head
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Excessive stress experienced almost every day will indeed make a person experience psychological or psychological stress which can cause physical disorders, such as headaches, high blood pressure, palpitations and others. This condition is called psychosomatic in psychology or psychology. Namely, the appearance of physical symptoms due to psychiatric or psychological disorders.
Conditions like this, can not be ignored. Because, in addition to making physical symptoms more severe, it can also lead to depression. In fact, cases of severe depression marked by suicide attempts can occur. Therefore, it needs direct treatment by the nearest doctor.
Doctors will conduct medical interviews, physical and psychological examinations. Furthermore, it will provide the necessary drug therapy such as antidepressants, sedatives, painkillers or analgesics and others. In addition, doctors also need to provide cognitive behavioral therapy, namely by changing your mindset to be positive so that you can behave or respond to conditions positively as well. For example, by considering momshamming as an advice or input so that it does not feel belittled again.
Meanwhile, take over-the-counter painkillers (paracetamol) to relieve headache symptoms. Relax breathing by inhaling deeply then exhaling slowly through the mouth, do it repeatedly until you achieve calm or controlled emotions. Make sure to relax this breathing, yes, even if you are not feeling depressed or angry.
Thus hopefully useful.