The Characteristics Of People Who Experience Anxiety Disorders?
I’m a 17-year-old teenager. Many say my fear is too great. For example, when I saw or heard something that smelled of horror, the sound of accidents, cockroaches, flies and darkness I suddenly cried or looked down and closed my eyes with my hands in reflex or run. But I like something tense like climbing and I’m not afraid to ride extreme rides even when riding it I’m just quiet. I’m confused why I’m so scared of such a trivial thing. Thank you
Hello XXid. thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
Some possible causes of your complaint are:
General anxiety disorder
Other mental disorders
A phobia is a feeling of excessive fear of a particular object. Feelings of fear that arise can be accompanied by several other complaints such as shortness of breath, chest pain, nausea, trembling, or crying.
But to determine the exact cause of the complaint you feel, you are advised to consult with a psychiatrist, because your doctor needs a more complete medical interview and physical examination related to your complaint. Your doctor may perform cognitive behavioral therapy to help you fight your fears or give you medication that can help you stay calm.
Some things you can do for the time being among others:
Confront your phobia or trigger slowly
Try to stay calm and regulate your breathing when you are experiencing fear
Ask for help from those closest to you when you are experiencing fear
Avoid sleeping too late
Avoid consumption of alcohol, smoking, or illegal substances
Hopefully this information can be useful for you. thank you