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Its been a month now since my anxiety started up again. aagainThe only symtoms i have is hyperventalation and a anxious feeling inside me. Its hard not to think about having it and when i do think about it that seems to trigger it off. Can anyone relate to this?

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    Yes, I can relate. I've had days where I feel OK, but not long after I realize I've been fine, for most of the day, I start having anxiety. rolleyes
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    Yes , in my case its uneasiness and sleep deprivaton. Sometimes it gets well somtimes it is back. Its better to just pass the time, and fight it out especially if you are not taking meds. I also dont take any meds. Anhyhow all the best
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    Hi Alvin I can. As soon as I realise I've been having a decent day, the anxiety kicks in, like saying I'm back. It's easier said than done but if I'm busy or really concentrating it does go away for a bit, so I try to keep doing things. What I would really like to do is be able to just relax.... with no anxiety looming. Good luck.cheesygrin
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    hang in there, and try and do aerobic exercises, i have learned that by simple running every day, we can considerably lower our hyperventilation symptoms . All the best and i wish you you get over this problem soon. Remember you are not alone, we are all together in this
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    Thank you guys for your replies. They really help a lot hopefully if i keep exercising and think positive it will go away forever.
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    do you have a therapist or a counsellor or someone who is trained to help?
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