Anxiety sensations

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HOW LONG DO THESE HEAD SENSATIONS LAST , So I had the whole fake heart attack sensations first and that last for about a few month coming and going , but then the head sensations started , headaches, tingling, soreness, burning under scalp, shooting pains, etc. When will it end , ugh this anxiety is exhausting and annoying . I'm just venting , feel free to comment

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    Hi,

    You are not alone. I have started listening to different calming, relaxing and soothing musics on you tube. I will try acupuncture and Qi-gong too. They said it helps a lot in managing stress and anxiety. I have been trying to eat healthy but still have carbs like potatoes which they say like bananas could uplift or boost your mood. Yogi stress and relaxed mind teas, green teas. My symptoms just started when I accepted a full time night shift position. But I might give it up or switch to a day time shift because health is more important. Try to be busy with fun and relaxing activities like painting, coloring, watching comedy shows...and most importantly pray to God for healing. Sending you positive and healing thoughts😘

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      If I may add, I just bought L-Theanine because I read that it works the same as prescribed antidepressant meds but this one has no side effect and it is safe and no withdrawal symptoms if u stop it. It should help with relaxation and sleep without being drowsy.😉 It is just an over the counter supplement and inexpensive.
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      Qi gong..sitting meditations are nice. He teaches breathing as well. You sound like you have a great handle on this with a fantastic attitude. God bless. Potatoes are a good food, that carb is fine. Tulsi tea is really useful..basil tea.
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      Yes, I have that also bought it from Walmart and it does kind of work well in beginning, then that stopped working for me , now I'm not taking anything but a multivitamin once a day that's it . and praying of course !!
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    I have read a few of your posts and can't offer much reassurance other than I know all this can be completely cured by treatment or in the worst case managed well. But one thing i feel the need to ask is how long have you been struggling with anxiety? If I understood correctly from your other posts you are not taking any medication or any therapy, right?
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      I'm sorry I was half asleep , but no I don't take Amy meds only natural vitamin supplements and yes I am in therapy , I've been in therapy for around 4 months now !! Does really help much Ive tried two different therapist so far within that time frame
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      That's great. I thought it had been much longer and that you are not in therapy at all. Medicine-free therapy would have to take longer because the constant tension makes it hard for us to take control - so long as you click with your therapist you will feel better soon enough. My psychiatrist explained to me that every time you sail through a symptom (or wave of symptoms biggrin your brain learns a valuable lesson: that you survived! That it does not have to tense up and protect you. Positive experience will register and eventually you will be back in charge. It helped me to think of every wave as a learning curve. That was the process. Even on meds it took a while. Hang in there. You survived all your head tingles and pressuure and fog - you will survive them again! By the way b vitamins helped me a little at the beginning, chamomile tea before bed, some light walking as often as possible and doing mechanical activities like washing up dishes (doctor advised biggrin, sweeping or grooming my dog helped me stop the panic waves in their tracks. It is different for everyone though. You will get to know yourself well in the process smile All the best.
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    Stay strong your not alonecheesygrin
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