Anxiety about my death

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I am a 21 year old female in college. I am obessed with death. When will it come? Will I suffer? Will I know I'm dead? What's the point of all this? Constant all day. My body is fatigued, can barely eat, sleep, think, focus and uhhhh. This has been going on for a month and a half. Can anyone relate at all. It's not like I can control death, why can't I just live? Maybe I'm just now realizing my own mortality?

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    I can relate to the suffering aspect. I dont think anyone wants to suffer.when you dont feel well all the time this stuff starts to set in. But on a mind level kind of thing you are treating yourself like you arent alive now because all you are doing is focusing and thinking about how you are not living and destroying great potential enjoyment you can br having. Saying that doesnt man i can do it either but rationally i know thats the truth. Take vitamin D and good B suppliments so your body isnt so exhausted. Some of what you are going through seriously might be a vitamin defieciency

    on top of the anxiety.

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    Sounds awful! I go through phases of worrying about death, one week I won't care at all, the next week I'll be constantly jumpy and scared that Someone is after me or that I'll die and miss out on the rest of my life. I'm more scared about what I won't achieve before my death too. It's built into us to survive and feel anxiety to some level so everyone feels what you feel, only feeling it for a month and a half must be awful rolleyes I wish I had some better advice but take some comfort in knowing that your not alone. 
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