Sudden Difficulty Breathing When Yelled At?
Hello, I’m 19 years old. Left by a mother since I graduated elementary school. I live with my father and brothers. I have 2 younger brothers and sisters who live outside the city. I often become an outlet for my father’s anger. Because I was only 19 years old, my brother was 26 years old, so my father always vent his anger at me. Usually, after being yelled at, my father nonjacked / struck what items I just cried and kept silent, shutting my mouth because I didn’t hear him cry. Shortly a few days ago I experienced something like that of my hard father. But I feel strange about myself, I cry diem ² I can not breathe repeated events like that I always set my breath back buti with cloth or whatever is held up to the mouth u0026amp; my nose to regulate my old breaths my breath is stable again, I am calmer when inhaling the air that I made from my nose, my mouth to take a breath … is the following method going to dependence? And can I say that I have a disease? If I may know what category that disease is? And how to deal with it like what? In addition to breathing, my hands are also cold when they are shouted out Thank you very much, I hope there is someone who wants to respond.
Wa alaikumsalam, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. When yelled at, facing a tense, frightening, gripping situation, and so on, our bodies can indeed cause certain reactions in the form of palpitations, decreased body temperature, increased sweat production, and faster breathing. So that the actual conditions that you experience naturally occur.
In some people, this reaction becomes too excessive and falls into the category of conversion hysteria, a mental disorder in which intense emotional feelings affect a person's physical condition. The form can be tingling, numbness, shortness of breath, until unconsciousness.
Therefore, in your current condition, if you really feel so disturbed, you should consult your problem with a psychologist or psychiatrist to find out the tendency, whether it can still be said to be normal or not. If it is not normal, your psychologist or psychiatrist can help you find a solution in the form of therapy or medication. They can also help you to see the problem in another perspective, so that in the future even if you face snaps, you can be more calm and able to control yourself. With your age of 19 years, this examination should not need to depend on your parents.
Meanwhile, we do not know your condition, but try to find a solution that is more comfortable for you. If you really need to cry, you don't have to hold back your feelings, because crying can also make us feel better. If your father can be invited to discuss, tell him when his mood is good, that you are not comfortable seeing his behavior. Ask what the problem is, and how you can help him. Maybe actually he was confused and did not know how to act. Meanwhile, when you are alone, inhale aromatherapy, take a shower or soak in warm water, get enough rest, calm your mind, and practice your breathing. So, hopefully answering your question.