Hello. I know that it's a Panic Community but that's a right plac to ask the question. Well, I have sleeping disorder. I wake up while sleeping, it is like I wake up and understand it but can't move my body. Maybe it's not enough of oxygen but I hear sound hallucinations, sounds that shouldn't sound in that time. Today I woke up so hard, to wake up I need to strain myself so hard, then I can wake up, but today it was with increased heart rate, with a tingle in my limbs. What should I do? And wouldn't I die because of heart attack in such wakening or wouldn't be insane so?View Thread
Anxiety. http://youtu.be/OEb_hrEQFLo I can swear even worst, though just 22 y.o. He passed, your son will pass and there is no reason to be unsure, your son will pass it and I guarantee it. Just three times. We pass in Russia fifteen-twenty times, and it's ok. I tell you, he will pass, I guarantee it.View Thread
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