Panic syndrome: online tests are ineffective for diagnosis
There are some problems with diagnostic tests for psychic subjects, as they are in part subjective. I'll explain it better: a blood glucose test is objective - you give the picadinha in the finger, put the strip in the device and the test reveals the measurement of glicemia in the hour; as well as checking blood pressure, heart rate, and others. Already tests for psychic disorders, such as for panic syndrome, often involve questions with multiple choice responses. The indexes of precision in these tests, therefore, are not very reliable.
The internet has democratized and globalized the information, which really is a great gain for all humanity. However, information released on the internet without proper preparation for a "lay" public may be dangerous depending on the subject. I will explain it in order not to be misunderstood: we find on the internet even instructions to produce bombs with high destructive power, and this is within the reach of anyone - including those not capable of handling certain explosives and detonators. That is, information exists and is open to all, but that does not mean that everyone knows what to do with this data.
In my opinion, online content helps inform people about syndromes, but I think "diagnosing" would be an exaggeration, since the diagnosis is a procedure that requires several investigative steps and a long academic preparation. We must remember that a doctor studies 6 years to graduate in medicine, and at least another 4 to 5 years to perfect his specialty. Then he will be able to face a diagnostic process that is much more than putting a series of data in a computer and pressing the "enter."
The diagnosis of panic syndrome and other syndromes is done by analyzing a specific set of factors such as:
- Signs and symptoms
- Patient history (patient history)
- Hereditary history
- Personal illness history
- External stressors (physical, chemical, toxic, environmental, traumatic , psychics, pathogens like viruses and other infections)
- Internal stressors (organic, metabolic dysfunctions, silent diseases, organic dysfunctions).
In other words, the analysis of processes that activate the "nonspecific alert system "responsible for the" start "of the response to a threat or danger, thereby generating the panic reaction or Panic Syndrome, and conducting a series of clinical laboratory tests The symptoms that should serve as a warning to seek medical help with suspected panic syndrome involve the sensation of a fear with no apparent logical reason and the inability to control it. During a panic attack, a person may experience a sense of death, fear of actually dying, feeling of loss of control, tachycardia, shortness of breath, cold extremities, fear of losing control, and other symptoms. The crises can be recurrent, that is, they can be repeated even without apparent cause and cause great suffering and injury, as well as limitation in professional, personal and social life.
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