I got my anxiety from being in the military and deployed in Iraq. 6 years later now I'm still dealing with anxiety. I have had 2 hour long anxiety/panic attacks before,continuously scaring myself into another attack. With ER visits and Va doctors they put me on Xanex. Drinking while on this med has killed people. After a night of heavy drinking I get the exact way and its all day long. I've also gotten bad anxiety from lack of sleep. All I can say is either cut back or totally quick drinking. I'm going through it right now and it sucks. I'm going to quit for sure after feeling like this all day, and I've said that before everytime, but I'm going to actually try. Best thing to do is put on some relaxation music, drink water and take melatonin/sleep aid. Good luck to you and I, its not worth feeling like the world is ending to have a good night of drinking. Just think how much money you will saveView Thread
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