worst nite

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Having one of the worst nite possible. 3 hrs under panic attack. Can u believe it. My stomach n chest fill with burning. Palpitations n fear. Cant cope. Cant sleep

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    Are you in the UK?

    If you are my suggestion will be useless...but for the sleep.  Melatonin is wonderful for sleep it is sold in the vitamin isle in the US. 

    It is taken about 45 minutes before you want to sleep...takes away anxiety...and believe me I know about anxiety. And you drift easily into sleep, sleep well and wake up refreshed.  If you ARE in the UK I would ask the Dr. for a prescription.

    In the US a child can go in and buy me a bottle...its harmless...I don't know why it is a prescription in the UK...I need to google that.

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      Thnx Missy I'm fr Jamaica tho but will try source the item. Im still stuck up with this feeling. Couldn't even make it out to work. I'm confused can anxiety be this awful. Pure pain n burning in upper body
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    I suffer with health anxiety or so I'm told nothing helps me apart from diazepam which only just take off the edge. I feel like I'm dying most days chest pains ect. The gp isn't all that bothered the NHS haven't got the resources to treat every person here with therapy ect.

    Destraction helps like keeping the mind busy. I try reading cross words and excersise is meant to be really good for mood

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      My doctor once send the brain is the most powerful organ. It pretty much dictates our whole thinking,feeling and being and if something is not quite wired up.right then our body reacts to it in the wrong way and normally physical way
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