Trembling Body And Shortness Of Breath When Hearing A Voice In A High Tone?
every time I hear someone who is angry or speaks in a high tone my body trembles and my breathing sometimes becomes tight. In the past when I was a child I heard my parents who were fighting and I who was young at that time could only be quiet and did not know what to do. I think I have become like that ever since. Does this also include trauma? And how to overcome this?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The complaint that you are experiencing is very likely to have an effect on the experience you have. The brain stores all information that is both pleasant and unpleasant, and uses that information to determine a future decision.
In addition, memories that leave an imprint like parents who fight when they are small can also be recorded in the mind and reappear when there are components of the incident that arise. For example, in your experience, when your parents fight, what you remember is the high notes. It is not impossible every time you hear a high note you become 'carried' back to that time and feel afraid. Or if what you remember is your dad's red outfit, for example, you may become disliked and even afraid of red and such.
So we suggest that you should check yourself with a psychologist or psychiatrist to ascertain whether what you are experiencing is related to your psychic experience or not. By conducting in-depth interviews and maybe a number of tests, you will find out the tendency of your disease and what treatment is most appropriate.
Meanwhile, what you can do is try meditation, relaxation, yoga, breathing exercises, and little by little, try to make peace with the past and if your relationship with your parents is still not good, try to establish good relations again. So, hopefully answering your question.