Is there anyone who live near Banbridge who suffer from physical anxiety?

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Hi. I suffered from physical anxiety for many years now. I just want to be in contact with anyone with the same illness who live near Banbridge. We could meet and go for coffee to chat as friends. There is no need to suffer physical anxiety on your own. Lets get together and comfort each other as a good friend. Please, reply back so we can set up a meeting place to meet. Take care. Chat soon. bohyaw.

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    Hi,

    What are the symptoms of physical anxiety?

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      Hi,

      I'm talking physical symptoms. All day long, I have a horrible tightness in my chest, butterflies in my stomach, dry mouth, internal shaking in my legs and adrenaline rushes up and down my body. I can't control the symptoms, no matter how hard I try. Now I can never switch out of it. It's there all the time. At times you will think you are going to die, the simple little task can be the most difficult to do. I have acid build up in my stomach and it's most uncomfortable. I am on Citalopram 10mg, Omeprazole 40mg, Quetiapine 75mg

       

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    Hello bohaw

    Firstly, where is Banbridge?

    All your symptoms are recognisable......most people on this forum could relate to your descriptions of anxiety.

    Good Luck.

     

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      Hi Cruise Lady

      Banbridge is in Northern Ireland, United kingdom.

      Where are you from?

      Do you have physical anxiety?

      Thanks for yours wishes of goood luck .It's not easy to endure the physical symptom daily. will it ever end.

       

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      Hello again, bohyaw

      I live in England, so could not meet you, but I feel sure that somebody on this forum must live near you. 

      And, yes, I know all about physical anxiety....have suffered on and off all my life, with the kind of symptoms you describe.  I am now a much older (and wiser) lady, and can only suggest  that you tell your GP that things are not good and as yet the medication is not working for you.  You WILL re-cover, but it takes time and there are ways you will find to help you control some of the symptons.  Good Luck, again.

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