I really do not like sharing this side of me, but it's the plain truth about my anxiety. This is the best way I can explain how an anxiety attack feels, for those who never experienced one. I hope everyone can find it in you to understand it, even if it does not make any sense.

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    1. I love you, Sis. I know how you feelโคYou seem like you're doing a terrific job. Just wanted you to knowโค

    2. I've had panic attacks really bad like yours. What helped me to get over it even though I still feel it sometimes is when I realized it's not a rational thing. You cannot control it. It's a subconscious reaction to something you have no idea what it was or is. So this is what helped me and still does. I treat it like it's something or somebody else other than me. For example; I'd say "oh, here you are again" when the feeling starts and distance myself from it like it's not me. Then just ride it out like a surfer. The worst thing you can do is say "what is wrong with me", "why can't I just be like other people". That attitude is what feeds it. You're treating fear with fear. Also get that it will pass. It always does. And you didn't die. One more thing. Diet has a lot to do with it. The magnesium helps and sugar hurts. I've read a lot about both. Keep your carbs in balance and whole as in fruit. Many authors have written about asylums filling up because of processed sugar and the patients lack of magnesium.

    3. I get anxiety attacks too and my mom keeps telling me im fine but it feels like im gonna die but I'm not

    4. your not alone God bless you!! I said on another video I have the same thing and turned to agoraphobia sometimes I take efexxor and gabbapentin and klonopin and I still suffer from this!!! sooo sorry I wish there was a cure for this my daughter and my mom has it and still no perment cure!! ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข thank you for making these video's I feel like I'm not alone… I'm praying for u DollFace!!!๐ŸŽ€๐Ÿ’•๐ŸŽ€๐Ÿ˜๐ŸŽ€

    5. have you ever read hope and healing for your nerves by Dr Claire weeks? that was really helpful to me. I saved one of her passages where she speaks the core passage here on yt God bless you. there is no point of no return

    6. For me, I envision there is a coil wound tightly that goes through my core and with the proper trigger it unwinds and causes this explosion inside. And you feel the heart race and the breathing and then you're light headed because you're shallow breathing. A week ago, I was driving home with groceries and I saw what I thought was smoke coming from the hood of my car (it wasn't). I was convinced it was burning oil ( Older car. Grocery getter. We need a new one). I panicked. Car repairs? Where would we find the money? How much would it be? All these worst case scenarios overwhelmed me. Long story short, I broke down in the kitchen when my husband assured me it was fine after he looked at the car. He asked why I was crying and I told him simply, I don't know. I felt like I was going mad. And as quickly as it happened, it was gone. I find when panic subsides I need to occupy myself. Find distractions. Downtime is when the mind wanders and when, for me, it's more likely I will have an attack. If I stay busy, I can't think. If I can't think, I can't panic.

      And the routine thing — I get it. Anything that diverts from the norm upsets the balance and leaves open the door.

    7. iam so sorry you are suffering with anxiety. just know your not alone. we all have to support each other โ™ก not everyone will understand our struggles but that's ok. delete the toxic people and fill your life with positive love and light from those around you who are positive โ™ก

    8. that doggy behind 01:00 is looking at you :), maybe you could take him out and have a light run to release this energy, fresh air, lovely furry creature, you'll be back full of energy ๐Ÿ˜›

    9. this video is not embarrassing, take it out of your mind ๐Ÿ™‚
      you just have the 'ooo' to show how many people feels.

    10. yes it's not a good day you are not alone ๐Ÿ™‚ my anxiety is on top of the hill right now, exactly today, :), whats the big deal about it ? it's another wave of a thousand waves before and after today, we only need to jump thru it, learn to jump thru it, we have to be prepared when we are feeling great, that some 'low' days-weeks will be always coming, for everyone, even who doesnt have anxiety-panic ๐Ÿ™‚
      keep strong when the wave is high, knowing what it is, and fully enjoying when it's a sunny-blue-colorful day ๐Ÿ™‚
      i think it's totally normal, we (WE) just feel it 'too much'. hugs

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