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I'm curious if anyone absesses about thier anxiety and is constantly waiting and paying attention to every little sensation and symptom? I have dizziness from an inner ear disorder and it drives me nuts. I went back to my GP on monday and had a complete melt down in his office, I couldn't stop crying, he believes besides the anxiety I have depression. But I find that all I do is watch for symptoms, if I get the least bit of dizziness or head stuff, like a falling feeling or floating, or turning my head and can feel a sensation, or get up and walk around and feel the dizziness, I have anxiety, I get mad and frustrated because I've had it for 10 months and I'm sick of it. I've been doing meditiation everyday and trying to get my body to relax and my mind. My thyroid meds have been off to, so things could be coming from anything. I have an appt with a psychologist on May 27th and hoping this will help. I have so many symptoms and I watch for each on. HOw is it possible to have anxiety that is not caused by a disease? I have health anxiety and all I do is look for what is causing this, and hope to find the disease before I get sicker. But every doc i see says its anxiety disorder and I need to see the psychologist. Is this really possible, to just have anxiety and not a disease that is causing it? Do any on you have dizziness 24/7, that feels like your rocking or swaying and you can feel it thru your body? I have it most days with head pressure, like air in the head, neck and shoulder tension, nausea, irritation, hot flashes that are worse, stressed al the time, worried all the time, leg aches, fears from no where.
If anyone has any help, I would like to hear it.
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