anxiety wakes me up.

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Been having anxiety for 2 years now .It wakes me up around 3-4 am at times.ugly feeling.last about 1-2 hours, then I'm anxious off and on all day.its worst when I get palpatations.seems anything triggers them.if I get upset or worried.really frustrating.

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    Hi Ralph I would consider going to see a doctor it might be worth trying a low amount of meds and even some sleeping tablets that should help you sleep without waking up. They will help you relax. 
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    Hi Ralph!!! Dont take any meds or sleeping pils...its all fake rubbbbbishhhh!!!! I did that!!! More meds u take more of them u need later!!! Im talking sleeping pils..cause you get addicted to them... All other medication gives you bad side effects and everything that comes with it... Sport,sport,sport...thats all u need...trust me...it will take a while before u get better but u will..good diet,loads of fruits,sex and more possitive thinkingwink
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      Sounds like the best thing to me .I'm a drummer and that's good exercise but when I feel anxious I don't even want to drum cause it excels my heart rate even more .feel like I'm gonna have a heart attack .freaking sux! But yea I refuse to take meds.ive been roughing it out on my own It's tough .
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    I get that sometimes It depends upon how you are thinking or dreaming at the time. With many it is a fear of dying that causes panic attacks.

    Richard

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