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My problem is that two motnh ago a close guy i know died of a young age , a week later i started having chest and left arm pain , i visited the doctor and he said there is nothing to worry about , a week after that i started having fast heartbeat,severe breathing problems,and generally a bad feeling , i even skipped work , so i visited the doctor again and he reassured me that i am fine , but i still didn't believe me so i went a third time , i've been through EKG,X-Ray,Blood test,Urine test ,Stomach test even went to a specialist ( ENT ) yet nothing ,everything came back normal ... two weeks have passed and i went back to work started socialising again , most of my symptoms have vanished except for this feeling my tightness in chest sometimes and that my heart is being squeezed or a knot around it , a weird feeling that i can't exalpin as if something keeps getting stuck in my chest ( more to the right ) chest pains became rare , but i do get that fluttering sensation sometimes ( no more than once or twice a day ) , i visited the doctor again and everything was fine , he told me not to think about it too much or my feeling will become physical symptoms , it doesn't really limit me physically but is very annoying to the point that sometimes i don't want to do anything ( btw my doctor is an excellent doctor with 30+ years of experience ) is this what you call anxiety ? it's the first time in my life i feel like that and it's not comfortable and doesn't give you a peace of mind , so basically i am a healthy individual with no health problems who feels weird and annoying sensations in chest area , and these symptoms get worse when i think about it or hear something that makes me sad ... also i have this feeling like when you hear about something scary or sad , you feel gravity pulling you down and that your chest is suddenly weak and you have no strength to do anything , so how can i help myeslf overcome my problems ? do i just ignore the physical symptoms until they go away ?
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