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Can't stand anxiety anymore!!

Hey, I'm 22 and a guy. I've had problems with anxiety since I was 16/17. It's gotten to the point where I just can't stand it anymore. Basically, I worry about everything. That's completely everything. As soon as I wake up, I feel on edge, it feels like my heart is racing or my heart is going to jump out of my chest, I feel like I'll start shaking, or I'll be sick. I feel constantly light headed too. I've been late for work once. I'll wake up about 8am, and might not have work until midday, but I'll be panicking already. I just panic about everythi

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I Can’t Deal with My Anxiety Anymore | Ask the Therapist


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I can't stand this anymore • r/depression - reddit


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Can't stand anxiety anymore!!

Buddy I feel your pain. For the past 4 months I've had symptoms of a heart attack or some type of heart problem like left arm pain, jaw pain, pain in my back behind where my heart is, overall weakness and just feeling like my blood sugar has bottomed out or something. It is driving me crazy as well because I don't know if anxiety is causing it or if I have something seriously wrong with me. I am 26 years old so I know it's pretty unlikely that I have some type of heart disease or cancer or something but I have honestly felt like death for the past few months. I have panic attacks every few days and mini panic attacks daily. If you need someone to talk to feel free to message me. Sometimes it helps to talk to people experiencing similar symptoms. Hang in there!
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Dizziness when moving your head

I have had constant 24/7 dizziness for 9 months straight idk if it's caused by my anxiety or not but it gets so bad I have anxiety attacks
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Anxiety... please help?

Please see this video by Dr C Dean, a naturopath on Anxiety and other signs of Magnesium Deficiency. It will lead you to other links. My daughter is also a college student and Magnesium helps her d- stress. RDA of Magnesium will be 3 caps as per directions on the bottle. It will help you relax, sleep better, worry less and many many more. I have her take Mg Glycinate as its intestinal friendly, no diarrhea side effect unlike Mg Oxide. SEARCH on You Tube : Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms , Dr Dean, it will add base knowledge to your Major studies.
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How To Have Fun Sober/Stay Away From Using Friends

U do need to stay away from others that use.  I know what u are talking about I have five kids and I thought I doesn't love them becuse I wouldn't kids them of huh them so I started to do it and talk to them more you can get past the emotionless feeling that u get trust your parents talk more to them they love u give your mom hugs and smile even if u don't feel like it makes your brain think your happy it helps with depression and stay as busy as u can it dose help alot.  I try my best to be busy all day on almost no sleep and I only used for two months and I feel so emotionally uninvolved being on this Web site helps me get though the long lonely night keep prying God is listening read the Bible it helps take it one day at a time that's all we can do.  
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anxiety attacks...

Yeah I feel the same symptoms just about everyday...Ive had to stop working for about 4 months now because of these attacks(diagnosed with GAD 4 months ago)...It is really too bad we all have to endure this, I hope things get better 4 you...
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nervous breakdown

In March when you were having difficulty with Paxil, posted in depression and anxiety forums to ask for help.  Believe your doctor switched you to Celexa 20 mg in June.  Upping the dosage seemed to help wit dizziness, anxiety, depression. You mentioned in an post in March that you've suffered for 5 yrs with anxiety/OCD symptoms.  Dr. Gould talked to you about changing behaviors.  This can  be done when a patient is stabilized on the appropriate medication. In April it seemed the consensus from friends in MH was that your boyfriend was not being supportive; believe the words 'verbal abuse' were used.  You were having a lot of physical problems that could have caused anxiety to rise. You wanted to get back on Lexapro, when you could.  What I'd like to know is what you are tapering off of. Lexapro?  Are you still taking an herbal remedy for sleep?  St John's Wort?  Remember you asking about it in an earlier post, but didn't see that you actually tried it. I didn't remember that your doctor had added a benzo to your meds.  It isn't unusual as an adjunct to an antidepressant. What I couldn't find in your posts was if you are in therapy.  You are trying meditation, and   rational behaviors to combat social anxiety issues.  Also, watching your diet.  All good stuff.   What does your doctor say about your recent decision to discontinue your antidepressant?
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How to calm down Anxitey!

Medication can be all about trial and error. Finding the right ones that work for you. It can take a few attempts. Just to find the right ones. That's how it all goes down. You may find the right ones first time round. But if I was a betting man I would guess your doctor would try you out on a Benzo. Probably start you off on a fast acting Benzo. As most doctors do. Xanax or something similar. But if it was me I would asking for something more long term. Xanax and the likes kick in quickly. But wear off a few hours later. Klonopin is a longer acting Benzo. Can be dosed out twice a day and cover the full day. But you may be put on that along with an SSRI. It depends on how bad you doctor thinks your anxiety is. Or you may just get the SSRI.  ( Anti-depressant ) They can help anxiety as well. The likes of myself is on one of both. With a little extra to take if needed. But only your doctor can decide on what medication to start you out on. We are not doctors. But I hope things work out for the best for you.
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Crazy Symptoms!!

Have you seen a doctor? What tests have you had done?
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Severe chronic anxiety with dizziness

Hi, Adelle.  You are not alone.  I, and many others on here suffer anxiety.  We all handle it in different ways.  I am particularly severe, and had to be treated in an inpatient setting.  Others do okay with a combo of anti-anxiety meds and counseling.  And still others choose to go the all-natural route, refusing all prescription meds (anti-anxiety meds can cause dependence).  Let us know how we can help you, please!  Blessings - Blu
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Is it a good idea for a 7 year old to take Zoloft

Our child has been on SSRI medication since she was six years old (Zoloft is one of the SSRI meds).  She suffers from severe anxiety.  However, some research indicates that with the proper medication (and perhaps therapy and intervention) at an early age, the "pathways" in the brain can be retrained so that the person does not require the medication for his/her entire life.  We are now in the process of weaning our child from Celexa but it is too soon to know any results (proper weaning can take a long time - she is now 12 years old).  I do know of children who have been successfully weaned from medication after four or five years (some researcher say 9-12 months but I do not know personally of anyone who benefited from that short time frame).  It is also possible that our child will require medication for her entire life. As for drug addiction - SSRI medications are not habit-forming.  Actually, I suspect the opposite to more likely be true - teenagers not taking the proper medication often self-medicate using alcohol and other drugs simply because they feel so rotten.  I wonder - is this one of the reasons the suicide rate is so high in this age group?  The daughter of a friend of mine took a SSRI medication for approximately five years and her doctor insisted that this child undergo many blood tests to see if "any damage had occurred".  There was none indicated, and frankly without taking the medication for several years, this child would not have been able to function.  Today she is 16 years old and has been med-free for two years.  However, her mother would not be surprised that she might require medication should she have children (hormonal change). Very, very recent research has indicated that without certain chemical, cells of the brain can die.  In one study it was shown that adding certain medications (as Zoloft), the death of these cells can be prevented.  Now, this research is very new and has not been proved - but it is very promising and certainly could change the way our children are treated. I do know that without proper treatment our child would have not been able to function in school (or society in general).  There were no options left except medication and it sounds as if you have also reached that point (it appears your son has).  By the way, it took three different medications at varying doses to find the correct "fit" for our child so going the "medication route" can also be difficult.  But, we would do it again in a heartbeat because without her meds, our child had no life.   I wish you the best ...
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