constant nervous feeling

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hi ladies. i know we all have wonderful anxiety and panic attacks but do any of you have a constant feeling of nervousness besides the full blown anxiety and panic attacks?

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    I get super anxious when it comes to health for my family and self. Lately I feel like, and this sounds horrid, like I'm waiting for bad news about to come, either for myself or worse, my husband or kids. Horrible. I never used to be like this. Keeping busy helps but that " creep" us always lurking in the background.

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      I'm exactly the same . I had some routine bloodwork done Monday. Results back next Monday. I've have got myself in a state that they will tell me I have kidney failure or something. Made things worse when I keep needing to go during the night. I stupidly googled it. Now I'm in meltdown

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      Since all this started I had to stop googling and even stay off fb. I have noticed that not only is my health anxiety about me but it spills over to my family as well. I'm so glad I am not the only one.

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      awe please dont worry. frequent urination is a peri thing. i have health amxiety and 2016 has been pure hell with all symptoms. i have had every test and beem to many drs. i have finally accepted its menoapause and although i have daily anxiety i am finally at peace im not dying or have MS. i keep telling myself.. " acceptance is healing "

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      I'm far better when I stay off Google. I shouldn't go on there. It always seems to give worst case scenarios and never gives the most likely less serious outcomes. It seems to scare people rather than reassure them. Best left alone

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      I so get you. I also had a meltdown today. Had a mammogram and breast US. She took ten mins on my left one and kept going to check the pic on her computer, came back to the breast, and then I just started crying. I have no idea why she did this cause at the end she said she found nothing. I feel unconfident with it and think they'll call me back. No rationale, just anxiety.i abhor it.

      It is the over thinking, looking at all the signs and possibilities. I wish I could be in control.

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      She was probley just been over through. The good thing is she didn't see anything. Breasts are a complex structure of tissues and other stuff. So she would be looking past that and she didn't see anything so that's good. But I know I would be the same. This peri is a horrible time

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      Your not crazy. It's this peri. I have never felt so out of control and at times overwhelmed with feelings of dread and hopelessness. I can't wait for a normal life back

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      Oh Lana. I have been there. That happened to my friend the other day with the ultrasound and she did the same thing. She said she was just making sure that the images were like the doctor wanted them. Just from my experience working with docs. They each have their own preferences when it comes to

      X-rays/Sonos. Also, if she was transmitting it to the rad. while she was doing it, that could be why too. anyways. I was a pure mess last time I went to see breast specialist. I was shaking terribly.

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    I have the nervousness more than full blown anxiety and panic attacks. Meditating and yoga, alone, helps a lot, as well as anything like reading or movies that can distract my mind. I also am just try to push it away, knowing that it's a hormone thing. 

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    Even when you are not having panic attacks your anxiety can be on low boil all the time. Take magnesium.  But I also found another called Cal Max.  Its calcium and magnsium.  Really helps you to sleep at night.  Its a beverage powder.  Other companies make it as well.
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    Hi Kim,

    I feel like i'm in a constant state of panic. I fight it every day and i'm not sure how I even manage everyday but I somehow do. I miss out on life so much and it's depressing. Fear consumes me. I wasn't like this until I started having peri menopause symptoms. I feel for all of us!

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      I so hear you in this!  I went for about 5 years that I would not even go to the grocery store without my hubby.  I wouldn't travel in the winter, didn't like to drive.  I was afraid to be anywhere far from home.  And i was always anxious at home that the phone would ring with bad news.  It was horrible!

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