Meaning of Anguish
Distress is the psychological sensation characterized by suffocation , chest tightness, anxiety , insecurity , lack of humor, and resentment along with some pain.
In the psychiatric field, anxiety is considered a disease and must be treated.
This feeling can also mean a manifestation of anxiety , for example.
Distress can also be linked to psychological causes , such as repressive family environments or complex and traumatic stressors.
Anxiety will only be considered a disease when other associated symptoms appear, such as lack of concentration, permanent sadness, restlessness, negative thoughts , etc.
People who have distress and do not have professional monitoring develop other emotional disorders, such as physical and mental exhaustion, inappropriate behavior and low self-esteem.
Distress is an emotion that is in the face of an event, a circumstance, or that occurs as a result of traumatic memories.
Distress can also occur in states of paranoia , where the perception of reality is distorted.
Among the peoples of antiquity, the Greeks sought to combat anguish by creating a society based on the principle of balance, that is, nothing in excess, as a way to combat natural human passions and instincts.
Thus, Greek tragedies arose that, as art of representation and appearance, put us in contact with all the tragedy and anguish of existence.
Some philosophers say that anguish arises at the moment when man realizes his condemnation to freedom, so he feels anguished since he knows that he is the master of his destiny.