Help please

I'm hoping someone here can help put my mind at ease. About 9 months ago I had a panic attack, it felt like I couldn't control anything my words my actions my thoughts I felt like I was gunna die it felt like nothing was real like i was in a dream and it happened multiple times threw out the night. Well now I feel like it happens almost everyday since then. Iv had many test done and Bc I have bad ears I have vertigo. I'm worried there is still something wrong witb me. I can't get it threw my head that I'm fine I just want to feel like myself again. I'm so scared I will never be them same.

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  • Yes you have anxiety. That's what's wrong with you and worrying about it will ensure it persists

  • The quicker you come to terms with the fact that whats happening to you is just your mind playing tricks on you.. the quicker it will wear aware away.

    Its always good to bare in mind that - the reason you have anxiety and panic attacks, is because of a build up of adrenalin that your not using. Your body will focus that adrenalin on anxiety/panic when you allow your mind to do so. Perhaps use adrenalin elsewhere, exercise etc..

    I had anxity and panic attacks a couple of years ago. I thought it would never end and that was my life. Little did I know that it wore and wore away and now im the most confident and enthusiastic and mentally-sound person amongst most people I meet! Theres a light at the end of the tunnel.

    Hope this helps.

    J

  • Thank you :)

  • Sorry this is kinda late. But did you ever feel like you were dieing while you had your attacks? Because that's thing that freaks me out the most is feeling like I'm literally going to fall over and die.. or that there is something really wrong with me. I feel like I'm going mentally insane. Every time I have a attack I feel like I need to go to the hospital.

  • Hi, sorry im only just responding now.

    I hope you are feeling better in yourself now than 2 months ago.

    But yes, I was convinced i was facing death multiple times and I feared it so much. When I look back now - I can see how silly it was for me to think that.

    However.. I then started to think.. "Hang on. How many times have I been in this very position? Where i think im going to die? Like... a thousand times.. oh and look.. you're still here! Why should this be any different?!"

    That helped. Because thats like.. fighting the "Anxious version of me" with my much wiser "Non-Anxious version of me".

    Hope you're well.

    GlobalJ

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