The Cause Of Excessive Anxiety Is Accompanied By Nausea?
I am a 25 year old male who often experiences excessive anxiety, sometimes plus nausea, and it can happen at any time, when nausea I secrete a lot of mucus / saliva, plus belching, and lately my chest is often sore. Physical condition also feels weak. R nI am a smoker (but in the process of reducing and already thinking about quitting due to this disease), a cup of coffee a day, and like to eat spicy food. What disease is this, are there any alternative treatments / prevention?
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Excessive anxiety, and the various complaints you experience may indicate a hyperanxiety disorder. This condition can be a mental part that makes the sufferer unable to carry out normal activities due to anxiety, fear, and excessive worry due to unclear triggers. Often too, this condition triggers a variety of physical complaints, including nausea, increased mucus production, frequent belching, chest pain, weakness, and fatigue, as you experience. In more severe conditions, this anxiety disorder can also cause sufferers to experience excessive sweat production, trembling, shortness of breath, palpitations, difficulty concentrating, difficulty sleeping, experiencing indigestion (vomiting or diarrhea), and so on. It is not clear what triggers this condition. However, a history of severe traumatic events in the past can increase your risk of developing an anxiety disorder. Genetics (heredity), certain personality types, drug and alcohol abuse, and having several types of diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, hyperthyroidism, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, chronic pain, irritable bowel syndrome, to tumors increasing the work of the sympathetic nervous system can also make you more susceptible to this disorder.
In addition to excessive anxiety disorders, you can also have a series of complaints that you have arising from other triggers, for example:
GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) Gastritis (inflammation of the intestinal mucosa) Stomach or duodenal ulcers Irritable bowel syndrome Inflammation of the intestine ARI (acute respiratory infection) Other airways inflammation, for example asthma bronchiale, chronic bronchitis, COPD hyperthyroidism, etc. Your smoking and consumption habits Excess caffeine may also exacerbate complaints. Plus, excessive consumption of spicy foods can also lead to increased stomach acid which makes nausea, belching and mucus production in the throat increase.
Conditions like this you should check directly with a doctor or an internal medicine specialist. A thorough physical examination, psychiatric interview, and several supporting tests, for example x-rays, endoscopy, laboratory tests, and so on, can also be done by doctors to make clear the origin of your complaint, as well as the best steps to resolve it. If it is true that your complaint appears to be related to excessive anxiety disorder, chances are you will be referred to a psychiatrist for proper treatment.
At home, you can apply the following steps:
Live a regular diet and sleep Reduce the habit of staying up late Also limit the consumption of caffeine, if necessary, avoid altogether. Avoid smoking and alcohol. Get busy with positive activities, including exercise, work, worship. Do lots of relaxation to calm yourself down. Reduce foods that contain lots of gas , including mustard greens, tubers, cabbage Not using drugs. Hopefully this helps.