What helps your anxiety? Mine's is at all time worse

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Been suffering on and off for a year. Worse in last 9 weeks. On highest dose of citalopram for 2 weeks. Anxiety and panic attacks find thru thru roof last 4 days also now taking propanalol which just seems to make me sleepy.. have tried Bach rescue remedy and diazepam in short term when it is really bad. What had worked for you ladies? Did hrt help?

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    Yes just rescue remedy I use but haven’t had bad anxiety for years up until last week starting the hrt , last 2 days I’ve been better so hopefully this low dose Premique will kick in & this anxiety is just a short side effect , Will see how I feel when next due a period 

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    Aside from taking medication.  The only thing that helps a little is to watch tv and try to not think about anything but what's going on in the show.  Sounds lame I guess.  But, only thing I know to do

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    I had awful anxiety and panic attacks, the only thingi have taken is a good multi vit and swim and best to avoid too much caffeine and alcohol x
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    It will pass. But in the meantime try meditation, a good multivitamin, magnesium, tumeric, drink plenty of water, get a massage, exercise, and watch funny tv and laugh even if you don't feel like it and keep your diazepam for the really rough days.

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    Oh and no GET didn't help me BUT their are many ladies on this forum that it did help.

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    I meant HRT (stupid autocorrect )
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