[Trigger] used to be an alcoholic and a canabis addict, then a close relative died when i was coming off the alcohol.. for some reason then i started to get very pannicky and anxious but i thought it was just withdrawels but clearly not as its now 8 months later.. iv been diagnosed with health anxiety.. im always thinking i have cancer or brain disease and i pannick about 5x a day im paranoid to leave my room or go outside incase i pannick outside, i wont meet new people forsome reason im scared and tend to go all off balance etc when i meet them cause i feel awkward.. i think i have vertigo aswell because when i stand up i go off balance i feel like im on a surfboard on the water trying to keep my balance sometimes. iv had a couple drinks recently on special occasions and now i get major hangovers with even worse pannick and anxiety i feel im dying always lookin at myself in the mirror to see if im normal etc i get random pains everywere at difrent times in my body which freaks me out and i keep going numb and convincin myself its a stroke or heart attack i was rushed to hospital about 25x in 3 weeks... wtf is wrong with me ???View Thread
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