Prolonged Paranoid And Weakness And Heart Palpitations?
Hello, I’m a 24-year-old male. 2 years ago I vomited and was very hard to breathe, and brought to the hospital was limited to asking my complaints directly on the verdict of gastric acid without any examination and I returned, several times I was out of the house and I was vomiting and tightness again and made me so Fear of interacting out of the house, it really affected my quality of life. I was frustrated with depression, until I thought of ending my life, but I got rid of those negative thoughts far. slowly I began to ventured to interact, but when there are activities to go far or d where my crowd like an anxiety attack tightness dizziness, but I keep opponents, until now panic attacks have begun to decrease, but now my body is often weak, my heart often palpitates and if I want to sleep I feel like being overly paranoid about something that I don’t know is what.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. Shortness of breath is indeed a condition that can be caused by various things, and among the most frequent and common causes are stomach acid disease, asthma, COPD and heart attack. Beyond that there are still a variety of other possible causes such as conversion hysteria, panic attacks, anemia, and people with kidney failure, only with lower levels of frequency and severity.
If your condition at that time was in the ER, it is actually understandable if you were diagnosed with acid reflux disease, because the context of the emergency room is only to provide initial handling of complaints at that time and for handling and deeper examination will be continued at the clinic, especially if the condition does not improve and recurs after home. Not infrequently the diagnosis changes when in the clinic because of various limitations that exist during the ER, especially if at that time also crowded.
Our advice to you now, with the fear of going out, frustration, fear of interaction and depression, we feel that your condition will be better if treated by a psychiatrist or a psychiatrist, because if confined to physical illness, it should not then makes you afraid to leave the house or interact, because stomach acid or heart disease can occur anywhere, regardless of whether you interact socially or not. Our guess is that there is a kind of panic attack, social phobia or agoraphobia, generalized anxiety disorder or it could be some other form of mental disorder that you experience, which by extracting a history and in-depth examination by a psychiatrist, can be detected and further treatment determined.
Meanwhile, try to practice calming yourself with breathing exercises, namely by sitting up straight, trying to take a deep breath through your nose, then throw it slowly through your mouth with the air flow arranged so that the breath runs out exactly 20 seconds, then continues 30 seconds, until finally around a minute. In addition you can also learn yoga, listen to soothing instrumental music, and inhale aromatherapy. So, hopefully answering your question.