Panicking And Trembling In Fear Because Of The Sound Of Screams?
My mother used to be seriously ill, every night my mother screamed because of illness, then treated and recovered 3 months ago. but doctor, every night my mother’s screams did not disappear thinking of me, I still often hear my mother screaming at night, and it happens very often, sometimes I even unconsciously ran over to my mother, until my mother and father were confused seeing me panic, sweating, trembling like fear, am I traumatized? explanation please
Thank you for the question.
The condition you are experiencing, where you have to treat a sick mother who often screams in pain, can indeed cause mental distress. Of course, if this condition lasts a long time, eliminating the impact of the rest can not also be done in a short time. You who are accustomed to having to serve your mother as soon as she needs help, will certainly feel something is missing when your mother's condition has improved. This condition may be a form of your love for your mother.
This actually does not always reflect a psychiatric disorder. But it is true, if these complaints arise continuously, always ringing in your ears, to make you anxious, afraid, and excessive panic, especially to interfere with your self-function and daily activities, it is likely that your condition is including psychiatric disorders. Various types of psychiatric disorders can trigger these complaints, for example anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, delusional disorders, schizoaffective disorders, schizophrenia, and so on.
As early as possible, your condition should be examined directly by a doctor or psychiatrist. With in-depth psychiatric interviews, doctors are often able to distinguish between psychiatric disorders and non-psychiatric disorders. If your condition is true, including psychiatric disorders, then depending on the type and severity, your condition can be treated with special drugs, psychotherapy, or maybe also other therapeutic modalities.
At this time, our advice, you do it first:
Get plenty of rest, don't stay up late or sleep late
Be diligent in relaxation, meditation, do activities that make you calm, such as vacationing, doing hobbies, hanging out with loved ones
Not taking drugs carelessly (especially drugs type of drug)
Not too much to drink caffeinated drinks
Always live a healthy lifestyle, including regular exercise, eating healthy and nutritious, and stay away from cigarettes and alcohol
If then annoying noises appear that aren't real, don't bother, focus on what you're doing
Encourage your mother to take control of her health regularly to the doctor, so that you are sure that her condition is indeed okay, and there is no need to worry too much
Hope this helps ...