have that when i have to deal with something confrontational, driving somewhere and getting lost, going to new places, it also happens when I really like someone in that intimate way and it spread and is hot where i am blushing and cool where my skin is normal, yeh i have what your talking about, it's called anxiety, in certain situations you just have to make yourself comfortable, i don't do well in large groups of 10 or more but i have no problem talking in smaller groups. just imagine what ever situation your in that's giving you this anxiety imagine it already done.View Thread
I'm sorry to hear about your condition. Have you had your blood sugar checked? Maybe they can give you Have the doctors done a scan of your equilibrium and spine? smell sometimes certain smells give me massive headaches or if i burn a candle too long? have you changed anything previous to your condition like a new cologne something you've been using the last two years that you weren't using before? a dark room and a cold washcloth over the eyes in silence helps me. have you had your place checked for a gas leak?View Thread
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