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Hello everyone first time writing here. I recently start going through a bad deal of anxiety and stress these past two months. Had a heat stroke while I was under the influence which scarred me pretty bad because it made me afraid of death basically even more and just gave me but anxiety along with it plus all the stress I already had blew up in my face. The anxiety lasted bad for about two weeks then one day I suddenly woke up normal for two days I felt great again back to normal but reality hit me again and slowly I started feeling bad and ended up having a severe migraine for about 5 weeks and also got disagnoeses with sinusitis . So the inside of my nose is also swollen. About a week and a half ago I decided to get off all the headache medication I was on and just decided to wait it off and my headache ended up slowly disappearing. But through all that and all that time gone I didint work, stopped going out, stopped working out, had low appetite felt stressed everyday and had so many mental breakdowns , lost a lot of weight , and basically shut myself in . I started feeling a bit better after the headaches were gone but now the anxiety is back and maybe slight depression? But I also now have this daily ALL DAY light headed feeling "disconnected" you can say since then I thought maybe my head was just tired from all the headaches but it's still going on . I just feel disconnected and sometimes like if things aren't real or something . It's scary and I know it's most likely in my mind but it's so hard to get over. Decided to try my anxiety medication Hydroxyzine but didn't like it it gave me horrible nightmares and tremors all day long. So now everyday I just feel out of it . Light headed and disconnected from everything around me mentally it's wierd wanted to see if anyone had any advice on that. Would greatly appreciate that! Also side note I have trouble going out to places now even stores sometimes I feel my headache coming back or light headed state getting worse .
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