Re: can anxiety symptoms come out of nowhere? need answers please
I don't believe the heaving caused it. The anxiety may have helped induce the heaving. See a doctor, even your Primary dr can help and make recommendations. It took me a long time before I started really utilizing my dr, now I don't cut them any slack. Also, try to figure out what are triggering the attacks. The sooner you figure that out the easier you can manage them. Some of mine are simple but play a major part in how I conduct my life. One real simple one is how I place my bed in a room. Only the head of the bed will be at a wall & only with pillows between my head and wall, I have 6 pillows on my bed. Riding in a vehicle with someone else, I can't do it, I really freak out. Closed room, including the Dr office. Truthfully the more I learned about myself the easier I have been able to control the attacks. So get you a journal and try to write in it everyday to learn what might be making it hard for you. Always reread what you've written at a later date to help you understand. Good Luck. Please go to a Dr, it will help you.
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