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I have had panic attacks a few times and I get the odd moment where I feel as though I'm not breathing or forgetting to breath but tonight I feel a bit numb and a but as tho I'm breathing but not getting any of the air I breath just wondering if anyone can relate?

Take care ty for reading x

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    Hi sophie, yeah I get that, I feel like I cant take a breath deep enough for what I need, then end up hyperventilating, and thinking constantly about breathing, and then I disrupt the normal rythem, its really hard to let your body just do it without thinking about it, I feel it helps when I distract myself, I go and clean something and try to get engrossed in it, and if your not conscious of breathing it does settle xx take care
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    Numbnnes is my main symptom on my face is very annoyingand scary , they say is normal for anxiety.
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    Ty just needed to know I wasn't only one ty people hope ur all well this evening now take care god bless ty xx
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    Does it really is numbnnes or more like tightness .
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    Tightness and bit of numbness
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    Thats what i have more like tightnnes because if you touch the skin i feel it
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    I totally identify with what Lesley says and do exactly the same as she does. There's always something that

    needs a good cleaning! ....I also find getting out and doing something in the garden helps- green therapy!

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