Knowing when anxiety damages your life can be crucial to seeking care and treatment. (19659005)
Anxiety is a natural reaction of man, but it cannot be present at all times. , explains psychiatrist Maria Fernanda Caliani
"We need anxiety, it is the one who motivates us, who drives us. The problem is when she begins to incapacitate us. This is the moment when the person can no longer answer for her. Anxiety begins to paralyze us. for fear that we may feel. "
Different moments of anxiety can also be accompanied by unpleasant physical symptoms," explains Maria Fernanda.
"When you are worried, you have physical symptoms such as palpitations, discomfort, tachycardia, shortness of breath, knitting in your hands, a longing to urinate all the time, diarrhea, feeling fainting."
In extreme cases, anxiety appears as a crisis, which can "When this anxiety becomes even stronger, the person becomes very ill, he is very afraid of losing control, losing his mind, having a heart attack, heart to die, which is the panic crisis. It can happen anywhere and time, with the person sleeping, indoors, in traffic. It is the body that says it does not give more account. "Anxiety attacks can develop into depression
The suffering caused by these symptoms causes some images of anxiety to develop into depression , because the individual avoids certain situations. ] "It's as if the body says I can no longer bear this suffering." Things are beginning to lose their grace, "observes the psychiatrist.
" When people are not well, they have sensory changes, especially when they have depressive symptoms. It's as if our brain values the negative more. The worried usually does not value the positive. "
In view of the above-described symptoms, it is important to identify them daily and, if necessary, decide to seek help from a professional.
At the medical office, the psychiatrist
" You can often check [o transtorno de ansiedade] with physical activity, meditation, therapy, good nutrition … changes that give a better quality of life. When these measures are not enough and the anxiety continues to attack, occur in moments that should not appear, it needs medicine, says Maria Fernanda.
Drugs are not soothing black stripes, with many believing. According to the psychiatrist, this guy is "putting out a fire".
According to the psychiatrist, some symptoms may be signs of an anxiety disorder:
- Anxiety, Anxiety, Constant Anxiety, Irritability, Restlessness, Deficiency
- difficulty sleeping, concentration problems,
- labor productivity reduction , Physical and mental fatigue (fatigue), muscle tension, with back pain, or to maintain sleep.
The treatment is done with antidepressant class drugs, which will act on the neurotransmitters and regulate the chemical balance of the brain.
Psychotherapeutic follow-up is recommended for cases of anxiety. The most stated therapy is cognitive behavior, which means that the individual understands the problem and ways to improve their current situation.
Maria Fernanda emphasizes the need for regular training practices ̵
"The key to achieving self-protection and trying to maintain anxiety in a healthy way is to slow down and respect our body. "