Anxiety management nhs

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Avatar f tn Anyone else having these symtoms with anxiety weak legs arms also pain in arm back stomach breathing probs dizzy feeling faint I've had it now for 3 weeks its not a good thing to ave every time I google symtoms about infections etc i always think u got it its wrecking my life I got a baby on the way so really want to b back fit b4 then i got an appointment with anxiety management in 2 weeks quit smoking next week as I heard that also makes anxiety worse am I going the right way about it
Avatar m tn This isn't really a question, it's more or less a walkthrough of what I am going through with anxiety problems and alcoholism in hopes that it might help someone out there. Had I read online about how common anxiety attacks after a night of drinking are, maybe I could have started my road to recovery sooner, and maybe some of you can.
1651508 tn?1322144880 So long as there's no physical issues with your spine and bone structure, the potential for relief through pain management and anxiety management is very good.
Avatar m tn I had a urine test for both chlam and gonn at the local NHS GUM clinic at approx 11/11.5 days after the encounter which came back negative for peace of mind. I'd had no symptoms whatsoever i.e. discharge or penile sores etc. I went back this week (Wednesday) to the NHS GUM clinc for peace of mind (tests taken were chlam, gonn, syphillis and HIV).
1504778 tn?1321398245 I'v been thinking iv had a brain tumor for about 8 months , I get sometimes small sharp pains in different parts of my head nothing that's been so painfull that I can't handel it don't know if they have even been close to mild , but I get sometimes pressures and high headedness in a way I sorta feel like iv become slightly more stupid ?
Avatar f tn I'm really tempted to put it in my computer to see what it looks like. BUT I have no idea what I'm looking at or FOR! lol My pain management dr prescribed me vicodin for my bad pain, and Lyrica 75mgs 2xs a day .. BUT sadly it has to be preauthorized. They haven't put the paperwork in YET ( I went on the 4th to have it filled) Appearantly the nurses need help feeling out the form and my Dr is on vacation! My insurance co didn't even know that is was just FDA approved for Fibro......
18064853 tn?1462866637 Several studies, which have found that impotence is much more common in men who are alcohol dependent than those who aren’t, serve to affirm this notion. In the UK, the NHS has set what it calls ‘lower-risk guidelines’ on alcohol use. It advises keeping weekly alcohol consumption to no more than 14 units per week, with at least three alcohol-free days observed each week.
Avatar f tn Not only will a counsellor be able to get to the bottom of your depression and help you to deal with this, some types of counselling does deal with stress and anxiety management. Most people have some form of anxiety, whether it be going for an interview, sitting exams, meeting new people and so on. The thing is to learn by breathing techniques and relaxation how deal and cope with your anxiety. Eating a healthy and well balanced diet with fresh fruit and vegetables.
Avatar m tn Hi, I am a 25 year old male as well as the issues listed below I suffer depression and anxiety for this I am on amitriptyline. I am looking for some advice regarding symptoms I have been having recently.
Avatar f tn 16th April I had a private u/s scan which dated me 6wk6d pregnant and ties in exactly with my last period and the baby being my bf's. Due date 4th Dec 2013 I had my NHS u/s scan on 20th May expecting to be 11w5d but they dated me 12wk5d putting me forward by a week. (Due date 27th Nov 2013). This suggests I would have concieved on 6th March and I am now concerned this baby might not be my bf's. If anyone can offer me advice on this I would be very greatful. Thanks.
Avatar n tn I know excatly what your going through I've been to do so many times rung the ambulance 3 times thought I was having a heart attack I got light headed ness feels and can't take a deep breath all my legs and arms back all weak tingling in chest pains in back had all blood tests all came back clear so now I booked an appointment with anxiety management we all need to just stay strong and beat this horrible but scary thing
Avatar m tn I've also heard that Lyme testing done by the NHS is almost useless. Doctors are simply not allowed to treat for it without an NHS positive test, so that forces you into private medicine. Since you're already negative, you'll need a private doc to order testing in Germany or at IGeneX in the U.S. I personally would ask for every Bartonella test the NHS offers in hopes I showed a positive on one or more of them.
Avatar m tn You are correct, recurrent NGU is rather common and it appears to be more common among persons who have NGU with negative tests for chlamydia than those with chlamydia. The management of non-chlamydial recurrent NGU can be challenging. I agree that there is really little chance that your symptoms noted after your episode on June 9 were related to an un-remembered sexual encounter and thus may be a reflection of non-chlamydial NGU or some other process.
1366574 tn?1294609790 I have Hashimoto condition and a hypo level with a TSH over 100 and a very poor T4 level of 3.2 I have bee unable to get my T3 tested as they seem unimportant to the NHS in the uk . I have been really unhappy on Levo but in Britain it seems I have no other choices in this matter, unless anyone knows otherwise!
Avatar f tn A second opinion is hard in my doctors practice on the NHS, i believe the area i live doesnt have much funding and weight problems ar bottom of the pile. i have tried a couple of doctors, one indian doctor pointed to my belly and said it was because i eat too many pies! and another english doctor said i must be cheating as slimming world works for him and its impossible to gain if you eat less and exercise! but they dont tell you about things like cortisol do they!
Avatar f tn They were really terrible for a stretch of a few days to the point it was giving me massive anxiety attacks because I was convinced I had something wrong with me like a tumor, anuerysm, etc. Well the severe headache subsided but I ALWAYS have a dull headache that usually peaks at some point during the day. I also always feel so tired and weak. Ive been having some crampy/sharp shooting pains in my chest and sometimes my vision goes weird like I am crossing my eyes for a few seconds.
Avatar n tn Have tried all sorts of stuff to counteract that - see my first post, including correct breathing, relaxation, soothing sounds, motivational techniques, anxiety and stress management, visualization, positive thinking, diversion tactics, occupy myself, etc. Have even changed my bed and matress, pillows, etc. Have made various lifestyle changes to try and crack it but with no positive results so far - just ruling things out such as sitting at PC, posture, diet, etc.
Avatar n tn My work is white-collar, office bound and prone to regular senior management stress levels. I have had the regular blood tests and cholesterol, lipids, kidney functions and white & red blood cell counts are in the normal range. For the last 5 years I have had a feeling of extreme pressure in my head, at first sporadic but now pretty much constant.
Avatar f tn you want honest,here is is. at 5mmg it is all in the head at that on 160 for pain management,,was on opiates for 23 yrs-didnt do a thing in the mate is currently doing roughly same aqs you. im mean really,do you want to be paying $50f/n for 2mmg per day. i certianly wouldnt.i can miss a day and im ok,bit sniffly after 12 hrs, therefore 5 ios a dribble.
Avatar n tn I have been told by the NHS pain management clinic at my local hospital to try Butrans 7 day patches. Has anyone tried these patches and could let me know if they work.I have a 20 year back problem, have had many steroid injections and nerve blocks, many different drug therapies and physical therapy. I am currently taking 8 co-codamol 30/500 tablets,900mg gabapentin and up to 6 Baclofen a day, occasionally amitriptaline to help me sleep.
1130095 tn?1267372859 I spoke to him about a diffrent drug that iv heard mentioned here I can remember what it's called it begins with T and is like Lycra lol anyway he was saying that the uk don't prescribe it for fms because the only study done on it was payed for by the pharmasutical company and the nhs won't pay for it.
867582 tn?1311630997 I am keeping a log of my symptoms (bilateral chondramalacia of the knees requiring surgery, paresthesia with burning/tingling of the back, hands, feet, thighs), frequent low-grade fevers in the afternoons, on-going gastritis requiring a prescription med for, some anxiety (mostly in regards to what's causing these issues!), frequent headaches, neck that cracks and creaks,piriformis and Restless leg syndrome (and frozen shoulder/golfers and tennis elbow in the past).
Avatar f tn You can do nothing to change that so see an Eye MD at least every 6-12 months and go in immediately if you have flashes, floaters or loss of field of vision. Please consider see a psychologist or psychiatrist to discuss your anxiety, depression and fixation on your eyes.
Avatar f tn t get in the door of school and her anxiety is so sad to watch as a mother. I feel that my hands are tied and I need to know if anyone else suffers from this or has advice? She is a really pretty, confident girl. She is happy at home and with family and friends. She comes off as personable. None of her friends would ever believe that this is as 'acute' as is is. She missed so much school this year and says she CAN"T go- not that she does not WANT to go .
Avatar n tn Therefore activity/exercise will increase these types of PACs and PVCs. I don't know of any good books dealing with PVCs and anxiety but there certainly is a market out there. Maybe one of our readers knows of one. It is normal for pulse to rise more quickly then decrease, especially in someone who is not very fit. Paxil is a serotonin reuptake inhibitor that is actually quite helpful for panic and may decrease PACs/PVCs as well.
4274823 tn?1388532698 I hope to address it through diet, exercise, and stress management. Do you limit or avoid so-called goitrogrenic foods?
Avatar n tn I would have periods where I wouldn't wanna eat and eventually I started having anxiety attacks. After a period of anxiety and depression and stomach issues and nausea, ( my parents were going through an awful divorce) I finally decided to see a doctor. I had an x ray done and I was diagnosed with acid reflux. He said while i was drinking the chalk, it would go back up my esophogus before it went down to my stomach. I was put on nexium and prevacid and zantac and it seemed to subside.
Avatar m tn negative; • Psitacci - NHS: negative; • Serology for Schistosomiasis, Filariasis, Strongyloides, Amoebiasis, Trypanosoma cruzi and Syphilis – private: negative; and • Toxoplasma - private: IgM positive; IgG positive (blood taken 31/10/12) - meaning an acute, or recently acquired, infection with this parasite. Thanks again for all your help.
1128565 tn?1316724743 I do have a good friend who was the same illness and helped diagnose me with thyroid and suggest a private Dr. You feel like here we go again the NHS only care about ranges and results, not people friendly. Also because they have changed my antidepressant not feeling too good today, probably a knock on effect!! Do naturopaths gaive you herbal medicine? Money is an issue as I am a single mum but if I thought it helped I could try It.