The Voice Trembled Until My Chest Felt Tight When Speaking In Public Places?
Hello, I want to ask why every time I hear my voice trembling … even though I used to have a normal voice … even my chest feels tight like breathing so if I say … I was diagnosed with sore throat from the beginning of 2013 … but my voice is getting more and more normal, every time I must be trembling
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It should be clarified, do these complaints always occur when you speak, or only at certain times (for example when speaking in public)? Besides trembling and shortness of breath, do you experience other complaints, for example pain in the throat, nausea, vomiting, and so on? How long have you had this complaint?
Often, trembling accompanied by shortness of breath when talking occurs due to excessive mental pressure. This condition often arises when someone is speaking in public, talking to people who are feared, talking to people who are highly admired, talking lies, and so on. As a result of feeling mentally depressed, the production of stress hormones in the body will increase, and ultimately cause the body to tremble and appear various other physical complaints, not only shortness of breath, but also nausea, dizziness, blurry vision, weakness, body aches, excessive sweating, palpitations, and so on.
If you can still deal with this complaint so that it does not cause your activities to be disrupted, often this condition is not dangerous and does not need special treatment. However, if this complaint appears so excessive that it makes it difficult for you to speak and express what is on your mind, you should be aware of the possibility of psychiatric disorders, such as social phobias, excessive anxiety disorders, disorders, conversion disorders, disruption of dissociation, and so on. It could also, in addition to psychiatric disorders, your complaints arise due to certain organic disorders, such as laryngitis (inflammation of the voice box), dyspepsia (increased gastric acid), hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), anemia (low blood hemoglobin), hyperthyroidism, alcoholism, gastroenteritis, and so on.
To be clear what exactly the conditions underlying your complaints, we recommend that you consult yourself directly to the doctor or specialist in internal medicine, yes. Through in-depth interviews, doctors are usually able to identify whether your complaint appears purely related to mental disorders or whether there is an organic disorder the other. If your complaint is suspected to be related to a particular mental disorder, your doctor may refer you to a psychiatrist for further assistance.
Here are the initial suggestions that you should make:
Expand the practice of public speaking
Get rid of all your excessive fears and anxieties
Focus on the material that you want to convey in your conversation
Prepare the material that you will convey well
Speak casually, no need to fear being judged by others
Eat regularly, reduce the habit of eating foods that are too spicy and sour
Expand to exercise
Do not consume drugs carelessly
Don't smoke or consume alcohol
Hope this helps ...