So yes I will admit I am having one of those days where I would usually let my anxiety or symptoms get the best of me but I am trying so hard to take the advice of my fellow members of this forum that said "take anxiety along with you. be comfortable with being uncomfortable. It won't kill you. It is annoying, etc." Like right now, I don't know if my menustral being on got alot to do with more symptoms getting to me or anxiety coming even more but I'm just not feeling it today. This dizziness is really getting on my nerves. It scares me when I have to drive which I still try and go about my day as usual having to pick up the kids, run errands, grocery shop and it's so aggrivating having that slight unbalanced feeling. Even still as I go to thw grocery I still get anxiety and it tags along because I feel funny when I'm walking around, the lights seem to much, but I honestly am getting better when I go at ignoring my symptoms as much as I can and I make it through just fine. Right now I got head pressure, ear pressure/fullness, sensative to the beep sound in my house like it's right in my ear, mild dizziness like if I keep trying to walk around or stand to long I may fall, vision wierd, dots floating in my vision ,mild headaches(that I keep anticipating worse to come), shaky hands earlier,nausea, even as I look down to type my vision seems fuzzy/blurred. And theres a few more. I don't know if it's because I still need to catch up on sleep. But I just wanted to talk about how this is really aggrivating and I'm trying to just keep going about my day. It's night now so soon I'll be headed for bed so I made it through the day ok but I just wanted to mention how this is gonna be tough to get used to if this is what I'm supposed to really be getting used to (anxiety that is). I didn't realize it was this much or anxiety disorder is really a top notch trick of the devil.
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