I need you guys!

Discussion in 'Your Symptoms' started by Concernedgal, Nov 4, 2017.

  1. Concernedgal

    Concernedgal Well-Known Member

    It appears that I am experiencing my 6 month wave of feeling panic and I mean the constant feeling of it. I remember when it was the constant dizziness and the constant feeling of detachment from the world the constant feeling of shortness of breath. I can't do it anymore! I can't live this way! I can't and I won't! I understand now why people consider suicide. All I want is to be happy and have a normal life where I can go more than 10 miles away from home and not panic. I am trapped and I am also treatment resistant. What kind of **** is that? I am trapped in this world of fear and uncertainty. I cannot do this anymore. I just can't! I'm supposed to just suffer? And let it ride until it's gone for 6 months and I start to feel safe again. And just to have it taken away again ? I hate this. It's not fair. I need your advice guys more than ever. Please.
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  3. _Lukas

    _Lukas Active Member

    I'm here for you! You can PM me if you need someone to talk to.
    Your friend, Lukas <3
  4. Rinka

    Rinka Moderator Staff Member

    Hi @Concernedgal sh*t to hear that you go through this.
    Is it possible for you to get some tranquillisers? But only for such really panicky moments.
    Otherwise, when I’m having anxiety and panic episodes I tend to use kava kava.
    It helps releasing anxiety and panic. I have used it when my anxiety is really bad and it helped.
  5. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    That is just it though. YOU know that in 6 months it will all be okay again. So use this time as a challenge to find some alternative therapies that you haven't tried before. Try meditating every single day. Doing breathing exercises even when you think you don't need to do them will have a great impact on the times your body starts to get anxious. It will make it lesser. It won't be so intense. I promise that this really does work. Perhaps yoga would help too. Please try hun, and we are all here for you. Hugs
  6. Concernedgal

    Concernedgal Well-Known Member

    Thanks guys for your advice. I wish that they could invent a medication that doesn't make me dizzy. And what I don't understand is .. why can't they prescribe me a medication that will combat the dizziness so that I could give them all another chance . I was told by my therapist that anti depressants only work in 60% of patients and not to be surprised by the news that I was treatment resistant. It just goes to show just how clueless the medical community still isome about mental illness.
  7. _Lukas

    _Lukas Active Member

    Yeah, unfortunately a lot of people in the medical field still don't know much about mental illness.
    More people seem to be treatment-resistant than people think. I wish there was a cure for depression.
    We're all here if you need someone to talk to and hopefully talking with us will help. You've been given some great advice by the others and hopefully doing some of the things they suggested will help you.
    I wish I had some good advice myself but just know that I'm here and I'm listening.

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