Hello Falcon5 I just woke up moments ago in a panic. No real reason Why I did cause I've been sleeping good all night. Heart raced a bit and a numb feeling on my left side. A bit shaky as I write trying to tell myself u are fine and calm down it will be OK. For a moment it was hard to breathe now I'm just a bit tense. I've tried Paxil and effexor and both made me feel awful. Worse than the anxiety/panic itself. I seem to be doing better w/o meds even tho I'm not cured just yet of this. It is scary but I do trust God for healing. God bless u all and hope u all have a peaceful night.View Thread
Hey sweetie. My Name is Rebecca. I have been with anxiety/panic attacks for 3 months. Mine started on mother's day. I lost my mom July 1st 2012 and the first was so hard for me. I've been mildly depressed and since being diagnosed with this it's been ups and Downs. I feel your pain and I do know How hard it can be. I always think it's my heart or stroke even though I've been cleared with all my tests. I Thank God for that. I just still hate the physical feelings I get. The chest pain and heavy weight in my upper body and the hot flushes. I sometimes forget what normal feels likeView Thread
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