I totally now what u are going thru and it is the hardest thing explaining it to other people. I'm a 34 year old man and at times I want to cry like a baby from the physical and mental pain my anxiety causes me. Thanks for sharing your experience it really helps to know I am not dealing with this alone. RodView Thread
I recently stop taking the anxiety medicine Paroxentine. I have been taking it for 5 months. Since I have stop taking it I have been experiencing what I can best describe as small shocking pain to my head ever 5min or so. I am wondering is that a normal thing to happen since I have stop taking that medicine?View Thread
Whats goin on buddy, I also feel like I am going crazy over my anxiety and the only thing that seems to control it for me is alcohol but I know the alcohol is not good for me. Not telling u how to run your life but the drugs won't solve anything either, its just a temporary fix. I plan to go to the doctor real soon to see if I can solve this problem and I hope u would do the same. Good luck man.View Thread
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