The Cause Is Often Restless And Anxious?
Hello, I want to ask, I often feel anxious about things for no reason such as worrying about my future, worrying about feeling afraid that the world will soon end. I also often feel uneasy and afraid when I hear strange sounds even though it is only the sound of an engine, a trumpet or an airplane engine … According to the doctor is there something wrong with me?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition you are experiencing is actually not necessarily a form of abnormality. Worrying about the things you say is still an anxiety that is quite often encountered, especially in adolescents and young adults, around the age of 25 years, which is more popularly called the quarter-life crisis. At this stage they will be filled with questions about the future, comparing their achievements with what others have achieved, and so on.
We do not know your age, but such anxiety does exist and can be experienced by everyone, although most often in adolescents and young adults. Over time this anxiety can go away on its own.
Conditions like this are only said to be abnormal when your anxiety has reached the smallest details, on everything, and very disturbing your daily life. Like you can cry yourself when imagining a future that is not yet clear, like you are afraid to leave the house because of your shadows, you can not focus on work and study because of these thoughts, or even can not sleep. If this is what you are experiencing, or you are still in doubt then check with your psychiatrist for further examination and treatment.
As for anxiety and fear when you hear a sound, if you hear a sound like that you experience it, it is indeed not natural. It should also be seen whether you have a phobia of these voices and find out what causes them. So in conclusion our advice is that you should check yourself with a psychiatrist, so that a thorough examination of your complaints can be carried out, sought to know since when all of those conditions occur, what triggers them initially, and what is the best treatment. This will be easier if it is known more fully about your identity, such as age, occupation, educational status, conditions at home and so forth.
In the meantime, try to do relaxation techniques on yourself. Inhale aromatherapy, practice yoga movements, listen to soft music, do breathing exercises, and do introspection. Recall how much of the worries actually happened. Understand what really makes you worry about your future. Appreciate yourself that you have survived this far, and recall the fact that you might not even think you could be who you are now. Instill your confidence by valuing yourself in doing small things, and if it doesn't help, check with your psychiatrist. So, hopefully answering your question.