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I am 24 years old and have been struggling with anxiety for about 6 months now in many different forms. Recently, I had a panic attack and felt like I wasn't here. That I was somewhere else. I was so focused on what I was seeing that it made me anxious about the images I was seeing within my vision. I think of it almost like being surrounded by a picture that I have no control over. That makes me really anxious and I don't know why. I feel like everyone should be aware of that. Because it's true to an extent, that we all see in first person and that the images and colors that make up our vision is just one giant picture each day that we have no control over it. It's almost feeling like I am smothered by these images which is my vision. Super strange an never felt this way before or noticed it until I had these panic attacks. I don't know how to explain this to a doctor and it scares me because no one seems to understand this obsession. How do I get over it? Has some one other than me noticed this or can help me? How do I get over this intrusive, irrational awareness/thoughts that I have?
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