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 wake up every morning hoping I will feel better and for a second I do, then it all starts all over again.  I pretty much think I am having a stroke every single day.  You are not alone - we are all here to help each other.  To me its therapy without the co-pay and there is no judging.  So bitch, cry and complain here all you want - because someone  else feels the same way!!! :0)
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      Lol. I feel the same way. I felt like I was paying $$ every week just to have someone to talk to. That's sad. But now I can come one here and y'all are much more understanding😊

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    You are not alone. I am constantly nervous not knowing how I'm going to feel from one minute to the next. My health anxiety is so bad, I don't google, watch certain commercials, read advertisements or anything I think I will hear bad news as I just can't take it.

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    i am stuggling today. i have no reason to feel anxious but its really bad. i dont qant to take the xanax i know how addicting it is and hard to come off but the constant fast heart rate cant be healthy or good for you either sad anyone else take xanax daily?

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      I was prescribed xanax but didn't want to take it daily either (just for emergencies seems fine).  I got tired of my GP telling me nothing was wrong so went to a cardiologist on my own and they verified the heartbeat was fast and a bit irregular so they gave me beta blockers.  Much better now as long as I stay away from caffeine and alcohol.

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      Yeah I am getting that on and off Kim and I have read on these

      threads that a lot of ladies are getting them. I even met a former

      neighbour last week and she is getting them terrible.

      Just another symptom I guess.

      I find that when I am busy I don't get them, it is mostly when I am

      relaxing or get anxious. Do you know what, I have stopped

      worrying about them and it hasn't happened this week yet! 😀

      Hope I haven't spomen too soon😕😕

      Hop this makes you feel a bit better Kim.

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      thank you for your help. lately i have been getting bad stomach aches andy gastritis is flaring up. i wake up at 5 am with bad stomach ache until i have a BM. went to GI last week and put me on new meds and ordered a bunch of stool samples. idk if peri or something else. guess we will find out
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    I do Kim, its like I feel the nervouness on the inside of my hands, arms and even face, it scars me to the point like am I fixing to have a seziure and I don't have epilepsy. I even get this internal shaking and added to that off and on I feel like I'm actually buzzing!  It's enough to keep me on full alert!  :-( 

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      I get that internal buzzing too! I believe it's the vagus nerve and I feel it buzzing mostly over my stomach area. I never heard anyone mention it in regard to peri before and thought I had developed a nerve disorder. When I described it to my gyno, she looked alarmed and said it was not normal at all. I'm so glad I came here and everyone is so open and honest. We know a lot more than many doctors. I'm in the U.S. and just found a new medical doctor certification called Certified North American Menopause Society practitioner. I'll make an appt and report back. 

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      Yeah think it is all part of it Emmy. I havevforgot a lot of the

      symptoms I have suffered over these last 12 years, when I read

      All the things you Ladies are experiencing now it brings it all back!

      I have survived this far (still getting some symptoms though)so

      there is hope! lol😊

      Another thing, I have decided to give up this nervousness thing

      and am taking my confidence back. Done a couple of things

      today without asking husband to help, and they turned out ok!

      Had to be done, can't be a wuss foreve😁😁😁

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      Yeah is all part of it Emmy. I have forgotten so many of the symptoms

      I have had over the last 12 years, but reading you Ladies

      experiences has jogged my memory ( still getting some though)😯

      On a positive note I have decided to get over this nervousness

      and take back my confidence. I have done a couple of things

      today without dithering or asking husband opinion/to help and

      they turned out ok. I have got to stop being a wuss, never used

      to be! Lol😁😁

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      I get the same slight shaking/buzzing inside almost all the time too!  I get the constant back/chest aches and popping of joints that grace5455 gets too.  Can't sleep well at all anymore.  The only comfort is that we're not the only one I guess.

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      Well Kim, I have had a lot of symptoms and each one has lasted

      a relatively shortmperiod of time, hot flushes have been the most

      consistent so thats not so bad. I have had one or two really nasty

      ones but not every woman will experience so many symptoms, I

      have just been unlucky.I am 56 and postmenapausal but I tell you

      something none of this is as bad as the nightmare I went through

      with periods. They certainly spoilt what should have been the best

      years of my life.

      Whatever this change of life throws at you you will cope like I have

      and you have all of us to advise you on how to get through each one.

      But you are gonna be fine, believe that and you will.

      I have always used laughter, it gets me through☺☺

      All the best to you

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      Yeah the balance thing is usually really temporary. Think we are

      gonna have to learn to live with the memory thing.

      I am sure the anxiety will pass in time.

      Keep talking when you feel bad, we are all here to help each other.


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