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post #61 of 73 (permalink) Old 04-02-2016, 06:44 PM Thread Starter
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Very tired today. Yes, I'm off today.

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Hope you got to at least sleep in
It must have been really hard having to deal with a panic attack while at work. If it ever happens again, maybe take a 5 minute break and go to the restroom, wash your face and the back of your neck, take a few very deep breaths. I think that might help at least a little bit.
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Hope you got to at least sleep in
It must have been really hard having to deal with a panic attack while at work. If it ever happens again, maybe take a 5 minute break and go to the restroom, wash your face and the back of your neck, take a few very deep breaths. I think that might help at least a little bit.
Hang in there!
Yep, got up at a little after 6 am instead of a little after 4 am.

Thank you. I will try to take a 5 min break.

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Yep, got up at a little after 6 am instead of a little after 4 am.



Thank you. I will try to take a 5 min break.


At work is where I generally get the most of my anxiety and panic attacks. I tend feel it coming. I start by removing myself from whatever situation I'm in. I take a break and either walk around the block or head to the ladies room. From yoga I've been taught proper breathing techniques and I start to deeply breath. This will calm your heart beat down. I try to clear my head and if I can't stop the noise in there try to focus on one thing....something personal that you find calming.
Keep up the deep breathing and the almost meditating.
It works.
Get some water in you after...staying well fed and hydrated is so important.
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Had to do the same job that made me anxious, again this week. It worked out. I was a little anxious, but got through it. The anxiety was less severe. I had asked a counselor about this and he said that you just have to work through it sometimes. I guess doing it again helped.

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Had to do the same job that made me anxious, again this week. It worked out. I was a little anxious, but got through it. The anxiety was less severe. I had asked a counselor about this and he said that you just have to work through it sometimes. I guess doing it again helped.

You battled through it...that's great.
Next time you do it I bet it'll be even less
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1st day of Zoloft
Let's see what happens

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1st day of Zoloft

Let's see what happens


remember it can take awhile to feel the affects so don't be discouraged if you don't see a change right away.
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How is it going with the Zoloft?


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Everything seems OK, still pretty anxious at times but it's too soon to see any changes yet. At least there are no side effects, yay

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No side affects is good!

Hopefully it continues to be positive


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For those who suffer from anxiety please give Eckhart Tolle's videos a go.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZrN...f8-ny8qKmq6xIE

Whenever anxiety comes to me I revisit this particular video as it breaks down what is happening to me and for whatever reason helps me to get back to calm. In the past I would ignore my anxious thoughts until I became overwhelmed by them but now I confront them, acknowledge what I am thinking and feeling and rationalise what is happening presently (which is usually nothing).

Your brain cannot decipher between real threat and imagined threat. So being anxious about the past or future projections triggers the mind into a false anxious state. This is why it is important to stay present.
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