I had anxiety/panic attacks for years since i was a child, I really didn't knoq what was happening to me until i found out what it was. I went to the ER here and there but in the end the doctors didn't helped me one bit until they sent me to a thrpy but in the end he's the same person as my whacked family doctor, He ordered me to take 5 mgs of "Diazepam" each night right before i go to bed and if i ever feel anger or anything that relates to the a/p attacks i should take the Diazepam. So i listened to him for awhile but in the end i was the one who was in charge of the a/p attacks, It seems to me all he only cares is himself and the darn money. It's terroribly sad when someone doesn't really have the time or day for you when the issues are there, At first i was really hurt by his first action towards me but hey there are million of doctors out there are trying their best to solve your issues in the end. My main point in this was you are the only one who can take charge of the a/p attacks because it's 50/50 chance of a medication that will help you in the long run, Yes there are medcines which will help you but in the end you have to help youself first and go from there. Like my sislaw says, The pill helps but it's you who needs to work at it as well. I really hate taking any medication but in the end certain people does indeed really need it but in my case it's different though, I was the one who found the main "keyword" as a expert says. It's all up to "YOU" who really needs to focus on something you may like or something to keep your mind busy and keep thinking postive thoughts, "Focus & Postive thoughts" That is all you really need to beat a/p attacks, I have been there and done it a million of times in my lifetime and i hope it helps you all. Yes i had a/p attacks in my daily day/nights but in the end i was the one who was standing tall, I know it is "really" hard when it comes on but you have to think "postive" and always "focus" on something you like to do and in no time the a/p attacks "will" be gone. I will "promise" you on it... If anyone wants to ask a question or anything, Please feel free to send me a "reply"View Thread
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