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Avatar f tn My goal is to better manage my anxiety and therefore diet. It's complex. My teeth and health are suffering. Do you have any dental tips or advice that may help me? Any would be greatly appreciated.
Avatar f tn Progressed to a point (imho) that is bordering on, not social phobia but health anxiety and that alone warrents seeking medical help. Your fears and anxiety regarding your health if left untreated or appropriately addressed, will only continue your downward spiral and provide zero benefit to you.
Avatar n tn 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!
Avatar n tn Well where do I start.I'm 42 male mine started when I was 37. Mine is more health anxiety but I do have panic attacks.I take xanax .25mgs 4 times aday.I Also go to conseling. Most ssri have not worked for me.serzone worked but the FDA took it off the market due to liver damage.paxil,zoloft,prozac,cexela all made me nervous and the side effects were worse than the anxiety.Counseling seem to work so but then I'll have pvcs(skiped heart beats) and bam anxiety goes sky high.
Avatar m tn I actually got off my Zoloft about 2 moths ago and then all of a sudden started getting pain in my neck and back spreading down my arms and then to my legs I am getting cramps and tingling/burning. I consider myself an expert health anxiety searcher and first had myself convinced due to the neck pain going down my arms that I had a tumor in my neck. Then when the leg thing started I had myself convinced I had a blood clot.
Avatar m tn I can't stop worrying am no medication, am seeing a doctor for a thrid time this month about it. Well I feel if my anxiety has taken over me now, at one point last week I felt it was controlled. That was maybe because I was around family and friends. Now i'm alone again. Well it is getting all too difficult now, sometimes anxiety has made me depressed (I cry, thoughts that i'm going to die, loneliness, feeling sad, sometimes all I do is lie round and eat crisps).
915369 tn?1355318410 It does sound like it may be social anxiety. I'm not sure though. I started out with a diagnosis of social phobia but I haven't seen it mentioned for a long time. People just tend to use anxiety disorder (or GAD or NOS). Anxiety can form a large part of bpd too. That's a hard one. Suicide is part of the bpd diagnosis.
Avatar f tn He even gets onto yahoo weather just to see the forecast. He won't sleep alone. He cries every night. I have to lay in bed with him for him to fall asleep. He also worries about well he worries about everything. He has a 6 yr old sister and a 6 yr old cousin whom he is constantly worried about what they are doing and alway after them if they start to do something he thinks is going to get them into trouble. Which is good I guess in a way but I want him to be an 8 yr old little boy.
Avatar n tn Hi there: I'm so sorry you are suffering and the anxiety must be making you crazy. I'm not a doctor and I know next to nothing about this stuff but I've learned a thing or two. Doing your own research can only help. Check out the "First Principles of Gastroenterology", http://gastroresource.com/GITextbook/en/Default.htm. I would take special note of the biliary system, Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction and pancreatitis.
Avatar f tn We have not connected w/others but I have learned there is a yahoo group focused on 10q deletions and have sent a message to join. Could be good to connect. Will keep you and your daughter in our thoughts.
Avatar f tn SM (as this disorder is often called) is an anxiety disorder (often social anxiety) and the behaviours you described are very, very common. The best site on the internet is "selectivemutism.org" where I might suggest you begin by reading the FAQ's. There's lots and lots that you can do to help your daughter. If you goggle "selective mutism" you can find many articles, book titles, message forums, facebook sites and even videos to better help you understand this disorder.
Avatar f tn Your Open QuestionShow me another » Severe anxiety and panic attacks.? Heres the story. I've always been a nervous person (once in while my hands would get shaky when writing in front of someone or pouring a drink in front of someone, etc.) but something has been going on for a few weeks now and I'm really getting concerned. First of all, i was on the generic for Effexor XR from July 2007-January 2011...
Avatar f tn What bothers me is that i went to many doctors and they all said I was in perfect health and suggested that it might be psychosomatic. Luckily I found a yahoo group with thousands of others who gave me advice and I am slowly getting my life back. Best of luck and feel better. Let me know if i can help any further.
Avatar m tn I'm a 32 year old male with depression, anxiety, and paranoia. The worst of it is the anxiety/social anxiety. Well, the other two are "almost" equally as bad. I have tried most of the benzos and SSRI's with little success. They screwed me up pretty good and I am still suffering from withdrawal a year out. Are there any other options for these two conditions other than benzos and SSRIs? I'll try anything that will take the edge off...in the least bit.
Avatar m tn I'm sorry you are feeling so bad. Have you thought about NA? It has helped me tremendously with the mental side of this disease. Actually, if you go to the website, you can read the Basic Text online. Hang in there!
1601734 tn?1297798362 Deep breathing is always a good one. There is an online dbt program that could be helpful. It is the dbtclass found in the yahoo health groups. There are a number of programs available for depression. www.depression.org.nz and www.moodgym.edu.au. Not sure if those addresses are right. I can't access the sites due to a slow internet connection. You could always try googling support groups in your country. There are bound to be free ones.
2092395 tn?1333077473 I have tried reaching out on Yahoo! Answers and other health sites. I even wrote to the Dr. Oz show--that is how desperate I feel. I feel like I am alone in this, and sometimes I feel like taking myself out because how I feel is bringing me down. All I want is some advice and for someone to listen to me and believe me. That's it.
366811 tn?1217426272 It is a real eye opener and important information especially for people who have panic/anxiety issues. Do you want all your personal information out there? This also, shows you how important it is to use a "forum name" rather than your real name. Even with this said, some people have a definite style of writing and because of that, can be recognized easily.
Avatar f tn I'm not sure which one to join i have found a few i also had problems setting up a yahoo account so i need to try again. What one did you join? I'm not good at computers either but i'll try and work it out.
Avatar f tn You ask eternal questions, for which there are no real answers. You should be extremely proud of yourself for having undertaken the responsibility placed upon you by god, to honor your father and mother. It is fact of life that the people of this world are so involved in themselves you cannot expect them to be interested in your problems, even so-called "social workers" and "physicians" who, seemingly, have some special aptitude in this area.
Avatar f tn Don't make your situation worse no matter what you do. Can I recommend a yahoo health group you might like to check out. The skills are for bpd but they can also be used for people who self-harm, etc. They're just basic life skills that anyone can use. They might help. it's dbtclass and that is at yahoohealthgroups.com. I can't write it all together or it won't come through. I don't think this place accepts e-mail addresses.
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Avatar n tn if you've worked I think within the last 7 years?, and paid into Social Security....then you'll probably get Social Security, if you didn't pay into SS enough, then you might get partly SSDI, (all those acronyms get me confused, ha ha!) they look at all those issues once you win your case...
366811 tn?1217426272 We have the sense that our own association with a particular community or groups of communities, be it Anxiety, Diabetes, of MS or whatever, somehow defines and isolates us from others who have different associations. What the devil is someone from "Relationships" doing here in "Cardiac?" In fact, the distinction is just that -entirely mental. Anyone from anywhere (even a nonmember of any forum, a complete outsider) can look at anything, anywhere, anytime.
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244195 tn?1239496061 i dont have anxiety all the time, just when something throws me into it . like health or drugs.. just coming out of anxiety from leavquion meds. hope to stay out a while. hope ya all have a great day and stress free.
Avatar f tn I hate the idea of dbt but some of the skills are actually quite useful. There is an online dbt class if you wanted to try that. It can be found under the yahoo health groups. I think it's just called dbt class. Could be a way of practicing skills in an effort to move forward. Isn't ideal but can help fill the gap and sense of isolation. I got good support from a phone counsellor before it went nation wide and I lost contact with that specific person.