aniexty

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Constant nerves in my stomach all day everyday, I can't eat anything because I feel full and sick! Feels like I'm on the urge of an panic attack all the time, I've been feeling like im not actually here and feel spaced out everyday can anyone suggest what to do?

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    I've been feeling like this for about a week now. It's so bad! Plus I'm having feelings of constant pins and needles all over my body including my stomach as well. It's weird and scary. I'm so panicky all the time!
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    accept it and let it pass it's hard I know sad
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    I started like this in 1993 and was told by my doctor that it would pass and not to worry about it..Here i am,nearly 23 years later and i still have it,I have tried everything you can think of to cure the problem,tablets,CBT,accupunture,reikki,alpha stim(which cost me nearly £300),nothing has ever put a stop to it.I went from having no problems at all with my nerves to suffering panic,it happened in an instant whilst i was away on holiday,all for no apparent reason.

    The best thing i did was realise theres no point going to the doctors every verse end,i just had to accept it and get on with life,very difficult i know,feeling sick,throwing up etc but it was the only thing that helped me.

    everyone is different and some people respond to different treatments but after all these years i feel i'm on my own so i try to make the best of it.

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      I went to an engagement party was having a great time and woke up with a panic attack. I remember it too clearly sadly.  First one  and here i am almost 30 years later. But mindfullness helped me a lot. Trying to go out and about alone to stores or crowds still causes issues at times which is extremly frustrating. I have fainted from it so i believe thats what drives the issues with crowds and stores. ill never believe this is solely a thought process, there has to be more to it. I can manully over ride it a lot in many situations thankfully.
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      sounds just like what happened to me,i was doing something i was enjoying then bang,a massive panic attack,i was even throwing up.I have never been the same since.it took years before i was able to go out socialising again without feeling sick and even now its always there and i agree that its not just a thought process because it hits me without even thinking about it.One legacy it did leave me with was if i fall asleep,even just for a minute,i wake up with a jolt and my heart is racing and i'm tingling all over,this then takes an hour or two to subside,but i feel as sick as a dog..

      The worst part is still suffering when i'm away on holiday with friends,i feel terrible and just wish i wasnt there,its like torture..its not that i wish i wasnt there because of their company,its because of feeling unwell,even tho its 23 years since my first'attack' its only in the last 3 years that its started to affect my holidays.......it sounds ridiculous,but its true.

       

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      I understand.. I have had that bolt thing too. Even once in a while just laying down to sleep and boom its the strangerest bolt experience. I dont even get scared anymore, i get aggravated. It doesnt all make sense. On every level my mind knows what anxiety is and i ignore most every annoying symtom but there are just those times that it goes a bit haywire. I dont ow we can clone sheep, 3D print organs, fo to the damn moon and no one can figure iut why 18%of the population has panic disorders. I wish i had advice for you, but at this point id say the media talks about all these new diagnostic tech things they have, nanotech and computer bloodwork machines..they need to stop talking about it and put it to use already so we can get to the real cause of this and fix it. Whats the point of all these so called advances if the public doesnt have any access to them anyway.
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