Social anxiety vitamin deficiency

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Also seeing as you have spontaneous anxiety attacks you should also get a full check up from your doctor, he/she will probably do a full blood panel workup to make sure your fine, things such as an overactive Thyroid can cause anxiety, nervousness, panic attacks. Vitamin Deficiencies can cause anxiety and panic attacks too, being low in EFA (essential fatty acids) like Omega 3 will do the same.
Most of your symptoms sound familiar to me when I had anxiety, social anxiety and depression. If this is the case I had medications, herbal remedies, and counselling over many years. I was constantly diagnosing every twinge I had which heightened my anxiety/depression. The only thing that helped me was to push through the front door and start walking, then jogging and running. I'm more fit/healthy and my anxiety level is now 0.
Also, until I read other people's symptoms, I hadn't realized that vitamin D deficiency was such an MS mimic. Even healthy people should probably track their vitamin levels just as they do their cholesterol levels.
Can a Vitamin D deficiency cause this much pain? Went to the doc for muscle pain & weakness with increasing shooting pains to the point of affecting everyday functioning. Blood test came back low in Vitamin D. Result was 11, (should be 26 to 55). Other results OK. Cervical Spine & lower back MRI OK. Treatment is 50,000 units of D per week for 4 weeks and thereafter once a month. Been on it for 4 months. Feel at times like I was in accident.
I have been giving 50,000 units of vitamin d to take twice a week.I stay in the house alot due to social anxiety so that might of caused my low vit d.Do you see my testosterone level that is low for a 20 year old but I also didn't get any sleep before the test so that could of affected it.
Thank You sooooooooo much. I am going to try your suggestions. I to, used to be able to drive the freeway like a crazy person. I actually LOVED the freeway & driving itself now I fear it everyday. I take back roads to work & have not driven the xpressway in a year but I want to so bad. I try to tell myself that this is NOT going to control me & some days are good & I feel like I can drive forever...but most days are a real challenge. I have trouble at stop lights....
I don't know if this is true of everyone who has Morton's toe, but they say those who have it have a P5P deficiency. P5P is a breakdown of vitamin B6. Maybe talk to your nutritionist about adding P5P (available in vitamin stores, etc.) along with your B-complex vitamin. I know it's supposed to affect magnesium and B12 in some way. This is not my expertise, just something I tripped across in my reading. Hang in there.
I have two daughters with MBL deficiency. It is a part of the complement system, so they have trouble fighting off infections, therefore getting them much more frequently than others. I also think they have had more problems with general body pain... due to all of the infections. My girls are now 9 and 10 and after years of chasing this down both are doing much better. I am more aware, as well as doctors, so antibiotics are immediate, no waiting until they are really sick.
this quote - 'He presented some very compelling evidence to support treating most psychotic disorders as a vitamin B3 deficiency' refers to Abram Hoffer a renowned researcher of B3. Google him. Meantime, anyone heard of this or tried a doctor with it?
The craving for things like paint and dirt is usually from a deficiency in either Vitamin D or Calcium. Your doctor can have these tested so ask and find out where you are at.
In my opinion, many people experience social anxiety; especially when you are stressed out. I believe you are doing the right thing by seeing a psychologist about this. You are learning to confront and deal with your fears. Just be patient though...it can take awhile to learn how to deal with it sometimes. Keep your head up and don't beat yourself up if you have your bad days with this. Keep us posted!
Eating a really well-rounded breakfast in the morning, eggs and cereal and juice, and then in the afternoon when he gets home a healthy snack and then vigorous exercise, these things will help release tension that is usually associated with anxiety. Teens like to have a sport they can do, like learning tennis, martial arts, swimming, horseback riding, basketball in the driveway with the father, or long walks in the neighborhood with the mother.
Anxiety and panic attacks are symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency. Anxiety and panic attacks are also symptoms of magnesium deficiency. Any type of physical or mental stress (including surgery) depletes magnesium levels. Worth trialing sublingual (under the tongue) B12 and chelated magnesium supplements. Do not take magnesium if you have heart or kidney problems.
Treating Vitamin D Deficiency May Improve Depression June 25, 2012 — Women with moderate to severe depression had substantial improvement in their symptoms of depression after they received treatment for their vitamin D deficiency, a new study finds. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/06/120625152358.
I'm suffering from Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, OCD, and Tourettes Syndrome. It started out with Tourettes and OCD but as i've gone through some trauma GAD and SAD has developed and is destroying me. As of right now i'm taking Lexapro, Busiprone, Xanax (as needed), and Gabapentin. I'm 18 years old and i'm having great difficulties even finishing with online classes. I seek assistance for alternative medications or treatments that may help these symptoms.
I went back to my doctor a few times asking about possible other medical causes such as fibromyalgia, vitamin deficiency, etc. but he refused to believe it was anything but stress and wanted me to take Zoloft, which I refused. I saw a psychologist for about a month and did a few acupuncture sessions, which seemed to help my circulation a bit but also seemed to cause fasiculations in my legs, so I stopped after 2 sessions. The psychology sessions succeeded in ceasing panic attacks.
This spring and last (at the same exact time, when oak pollen was strong) I got the constant burping and anxiety. For me, taking some Tussin product helped somewhat. Anxiety and allergies seem to go hand-in-hand for me and can produce some weird symptoms. Sometimes it helps just to know that's all it is. Hang in there!
I become so stressed that I find it very difficult not to become physically violent in public situations. -Social anxiety. This has been a problem throughout my teen years. It was never really solved...It has decreased, I mainly experience anxiety simply in general, but I would say it's still there. I would definitely prefer to be alone. -Restless Leg Syndrome. This has recently begun to affect me.
Hi, I have been diagnosed with anxiety and I am currently taking 10mg Lexapro which doe not seem to be helping. I have really bad physical symptoms and I think there is something else medically wrong with me, even though the various health test that I've had all came up negative. My question is, does anyone of you suffering from anxiety feel constantly tired all of the time, feel like you are out of your body, like on drugs or living in a constant dream? I guess it's called depersonalization?
i too have what feels like social anxiety attacks when around others. i am unable to work due the the adrenellan feeling and nausea and gagging feeling i get when i move to fast. puking at work is not cool then you have to clean it up and that makes you puke more. when i get really excited it happens and i cant control it. my wife thinks somethings terribly wrong with me. ha ha ha! well ive had my fun in life i could care less if i go now. i cant take this anymore.
I've read that smoking raises blood pressure and therefore exacerbates anxiety/stress, so it's a no-brainer that the social-smoking needs to stop. I also read that it's a good idea to cut out caffeine (no more Diet Mt. Dew *cry *throwfit *repeat). So if you are reading this looking for how to stop anxiety and panic attacks after a night of drinking, the simple answer is to STOP drinking.
Hi I have had panic attacks/anxiety for about 6 months now and in the past month they have gotten extremely worse. When i read your thing it felt like i was reading something i wrote.. i too am 20 yrs old and i weigh about 105. I lost weight due to the anxiety. I have been in and out of the doctor now for a month and like you , everything is normal. My symptoms feel like something is seriously wrong though and i also thought i had cancer, diabetes and everything else in the world!
I guess with that said though, my 'getting worse' would be that my psychological symptoms did get MUCH worse over the years. The Fog and disconnected feeling started first, then the social anxiety and OCD. Then I had a year of prolonged intense stress and it seemed like my body/ mind collapsed from it and wasn't able to fight back like a normal healthy system would. That's when the head exploding 'fight or flight' reactions would occur that lasted weeks at a time.
I was agoraphobic at one point (before I accepted it as anxiety disorder), but still have social anxiety, and I am a hypocodriac with EXTREME health anxiety focused mainly on my heart. Reading others lists has reassured me that it is just anxiety. Thanks to all for sharing!
Stress is the condition that results when person-environment transactions lead the individual to perceive a discrepancy, whether real or not, between the demands of a situation and the resources of the person's biological, psychological or social systems. Anxiety is a normal reaction to stress. I think you need to do yoga, relaxation and meditation to ease yourself. Keep me informed about your ailment. Hope this helps. Bye.
I will keep you updated on my status, but at this point I've been told B-12 deficiency, Vitamin D deficiency, possible MS and everything else. Sorry for the long post and thanks for your time.
I was diagnosed with a severe vitamin d deficiency--5 ng/ml. it was found during routine annual blood work. I had a alot of the symptoms (bone muscle pain/weakness, severe exhaustion, mental confusion, loss of balance) but didn't know the cause. My GP prescribed 50000IU per week for 12 weeks. I am on week four and I feel absolutely no improvement. Can anyone tell me how long it took for them to feel better.
OCD and anxiety are symptoms listed under serotonin deficiency. My OCD was mainly due to severe vitamin B12 deficiency. Very mild OCD due to my thyroid issues. Anxiety, cognitive dysfunction and affected nervous system due to vitamin B12 malabsorption (major issues causing permanent nerve damage), insulin resistance, hypothyroidism, magnesium deficiency.
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