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Hi everyone I hope you are all well.
I've been doing much better of recent and am slowly pulling myself out of the hole my anxiety had thrown me in.
My woozyness is improving (and now I am able to go out or go shopping - this really triggered it - and sometimes it is not present at all.)
Even my eyes are better and today I even had a small alcoholic drink which I really enjoy having (I've not been drinking since Feb.)
I am slowly getting past my brain tumour fear and with my therapist the changes in me are quite dramatic. I feel more hopeful for my future.
Today I have been a little more anxious and a little more aware of a few symptoms but I try and hold them back by not giving into them and not allowing myself to focus or chase them. I usually find they then slowly disappear
I had to go out shopping this evening for a few odds and ends. I had a fun time and didn't feel overly anxious. I have a few worried in the back of my mind and I do feel still a bit on edge but not more manageable.
When I was packing I felt the buzzing sensation that I experienced in the summer and when I was very, very anxious. It feels like a vibration or fizzing sensation.
It was at the base of my neck and the bottom back of my head.
It lasted for a few seconds and went. I'm trying now not to give into this and google it again.
My therapist had old me about buzzing sensations in the head (and else where in the body,) and says that these are quite common anxiety symptoms. This one scares me...
When I think back I have had them occasionally for years. This year they have been more frequent as my anxiety just sky rocketed.
I suppose I'm here for reassurance. I have my last check up appointment with my doctor next week so I can always bring it up (I have told my GP of this before but they said it was anxiety.)
As I say, I'm not bad but my anxiety is still present. So I was not without anxiety completely. It's just more manageable.
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