I am 33 years old with two beautiful kids, from last few months my panic and anxiety have made my life hell, I can't sleep , can't eat,can't concentrate on any thing , my kids are very small , they depend in me. I am getting crazy day by day , I have constant chest pain on left side and i have started thinking that there is something v serious wrong with my heart . Ekg came back fine, keep on visiting my doctor and sonetimes to ER due to chest pain. Feel like crying all the time. Feel like dying all the time, even I have mild pain somewhere i start thinking i am going to die. My chest really hurt all the time, I can't breath properly... My mind is racing with negative thoughts 24/7... Plz somebody help me plz...I want to live a life , want to laugh . I don't want to die ..View Thread
Glad to hear that u r doing well now. Hope me too get better soon
. Have been struggling v hard with my self. My chest really hurt all the time , keep on thinking that i an gonna have heArt attack . So depress .. Feel very low all the time.my house , my kids are also suffering because of me..View Thread
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