My anxiety is getting worse every day please can someone help???
- 12 Dec 2014 by babydoll610
- 12 Dec 2014
- anxiety, panic disorder
Hello.. I have always had anxiety but I never had panic attacks until 3 months ago.. And I have had them every day since sometimes up to 5 a day and anxiety attacks 24/7 I wake up with it and go to sleep with it.. It last all day and all night.
It has gone to the point to where I can't walk 2 feet with out the palpitations kicking in and the feeling of not being able to breath .. I've always been such a active person I'm always on the go and now I can't even do a simple load of cclothes ..
I have gone to the hospital 9 times thinking I'm having a heart attack . they can't find anything wrong with me besides anxiety ... My heart rate goes up to over 200 beats per min.. I try to calm down and do breathing techniques but still does not go away
I have pain and numbness through out my whole body for no reason for weeks on end and it does not go away I'll just sit there and the anxiety hits me I understand anxiety can last all day every day but how can this just happen out of nowhere and don't stop I don't know what more to do I've always been able to control it and now I can't ...
Ok, relax take deep breathes, for the panic attacks breath calmly through a paper bag, I do and it really helps, one word to sum up Psychiatrist=treatment=things under control.
I am 45 y/o male and suffer from panic attacks and anxiety for over 20 years, but now I am in charge, the Dr. and treatment did it.
Do you have a circle of care? Any professional help with this?
Hello babydoll, are you on any medications at all to help with your anxiety? I relate with you as I suffered with it for almost 30 yrs and in my opinion it's one of the worse mental illness there is. It's really important to see a psychiatrist to get on the proper medication and maybe talk therapy would help? Do you have any friends or family that can be with you during these horrible times of you suffering? Please try and do your breathing exercises more often. Keep in touch... We here at D.C care
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