Any one had these anxiety 24/7!?

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Over two months now, it all happened over night, I woke up feeling zoned out and unrefreshed and not motivated to do anything, my legs get slightly, my joints click and my eyes feel heavy 24/7. I have bad anxiety, yet it's with me 24/7 when I'm not feeling anxious. I feel fine mind wise, it's just physically. I could just stare at a wall all day. Doctor said its anxiety. Please reply

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    Hi Kyle

    I think I've spoke to you before! And just to reassure you I'm exactly the same, like EXACTLY a the same. The night you woke up did anything particular happen? Like did you drink that night or anything like that?? I have generalized anxiety disorder, which lit and literally means I have anxiety 24/7, so even when we don't think we're anxious, we are. I've started on citalopram and started therapy as well, it's helping a little bit but it's early days yet. What are you doing treatment wise xx

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      Ah yes I remember! I hate it so much! Like wish it would go away... Awww, let me know how it goes, I'm no sertrline or something like this, been on them for 3 weeks, no difference sad x
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      Honestly I know, I have depersonalisation and derealization so I feel like everything is a dream, I would do ANYTHING to make it go away. My anxiety is getting a little bit better, but I have to force myself to think positive every single day. It's so hard, believe me I know!! Just try to stay positive, I'm on citalopram and it's been 3 weeks and hasn't helped yet but it's just our bodies getting used to the medication, so we need to give it a few more weeks! X
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      It's horrible... Do you feel like your body is like tired all time and mind, but not sleepy tired, hard to explain! Amount of times I thought, it's not anxiety, but it is aha! Keep in touch yeah! smile xx
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