The Cause Is Often Shortness Of Sudden?
I am 16 years old I am often crowded, because I am suffocated when I am exhausted, because I am suffocated due to being scolded until I bring it to mind, and I often experience shortness of it “.
Hello Putri, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Shortness of breath symptoms are often associated with asthma by the community. But not so, not necessarily symptoms of shortness means someone has asthma. Sometimes a person often experiences shortness, especially when stressed or have a burden of mind which is one of the symptoms of anxiety disorders.
Anxiety disorders are mental disorders that arise as a result of excessive anxiety or worry causing complaints or symptoms to a person's health. Usually people experience it when faced with certain situations. This disorder is caused due to problems in brain function that regulate fear and emotions.
Anxiety disorders are divided into:
Panic Disorder. Social anxiety disorder. General anxiety disorder. All three have similar complaints, prominent complaints are autonomic disorders in patients such as trembling, palpitations, shortness of breath, headaches, nausea, etc. You can read further symptoms in the related article above.
Responding to your question, I do not suspect you have asthma because there is no history of asthma in childhood, and usually asthma attacks are not influenced by the mind or psychic. Asthma usually occurs due to certain conditions such as cold air, dust, or certain foods. Complaints to breathing difficulties are usually accompanied by "ngik" breath sounds.
It is better if you make a direct check-up directly by a general practitioner first, your tightness complaints can be distinguished based on a physical examination by a doctor. The doctor will put a stethoscope to hear the sound of your breathing, and it can distinguish the complaint of tightness that you experience. If you need specialist treatment, you can be referred to a psychiatrist specialist.
That's all the answers I can give, thank you :)