The Tongue Is Difficult To Move And Slurred When Crying?
I want to ask, just now I was crying and like I was worried right. Stress is like that … once I have a hard time talking and my tongue is hard to move and slurred … then I calm down then take a deep breath to calm down … it will disappear once again and then normal … that’s why? Please explain.
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The condition that you experience is mental stress / stress which is a reaction caused by the body due to an unexpected condition, a condition that gives psychological pressure, or changes that cannot be anticipated. Some reactions from this stressful condition are symptoms such as palpitations, nervousness, emotions and overflowing anger, sad conditions, to depressive.
Some other symptoms that can be experienced by someone in a stressful condition include:
A mood that is easy to change, easily irritated, difficult to calm the mind, feels lonely, looks confused.
Limp, dizziness, migraine, indigestion, shortness of breath, difficulty speaking, trembling, buzzing ears, cold feet and hands, sweating.
Do not want to eat, avoid communication with someone, avoid responsibility, nail biting, smoking, alcohol consumption.
Acute stress conditions or in a short time can cause symptoms that are temporary until you can calm down. But the condition of the tongue is difficult to move and slurred, it can also be caused by disorders of the nervous system in the facial area, kondisistroke (a blockage in the blood vessels of the brain). It is recommended to consult a doctor regarding your condition if it is still permanent or recurred, history taking, physical examination, and referral to a specialist if a medical condition is found which is the competence of a specialist. The condition of psychological distress can be handled well by a psychiatrist, the condition of a stroke can be handled properly by a neurologist.
It is not recommended to take self-medication without doctor's instructions, avoid conditions that create severe psychological distress, ensure a healthy lifestyle and adequate rest, can tell your difficulties to the people closest to you that you trust.
Hopefully this information can help you,