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Why do I shiver while shouting at others? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 22-Dec-2013
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User:Hi Doctor
Doctor:please proceed with your query
User:When i shout on others or others shout on me or moment of fight i use to shewer why it to so is thr any solution for this
Doctor:this is a normal response to stress
Doctor:Shivering is due to sympathetic over activity
Doctor:It subsides automatically with time
User:how to reduce shivering as it will give -ve impatc on oposit personel
Doctor:You need to take deep breaths while is such situation
Doctor:Also, you must try and relax
Doctor:think about the situation earlier, and then speak about it
User:how it possible on battle
Doctor:it is a response that you can learn over time
Doctor:You can learn relaxation techniques to over come this
Doctor:it is easy
User:tell me some
Doctor:deep breathing exercise is easy and simple
Doctor:This is a way where you can control the shivering
Doctor:May I know your age?
Doctor:are you there?
User:30 years
Doctor:thank you
Doctor:see, there is something called CBT
Doctor:Cognitive behavior therapy
Doctor:through which you can learn to control your emotions and actions
User:i dont know about that
Doctor:You can consult a psychiatrist for the same for more details
User:ok thank you Dr.
Doctor:my pleasure
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