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Russia hltvliker333 
I remembered about something that I am angry about, And i got absolutely paralized by the anxiety it bringed. My feet started to tingle as well as my hands, I became tired and I was able to merely lay my hand into my hands on my desk and wait for the thoughts to go away.(I suffer from OCD, so I can't really stop thinking about bad things) The anxiety paralized me like that for hours and now I just realized that 4 hours passed. I still have really bad tingling all over my body. Any other anxiety sufferers?
2020-01-21 21:56
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#1
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Russia hltvliker333 
*lay my head,sorry
2020-01-21 21:56
yes sometime
2020-01-21 21:57
#3
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Russia hltvliker333 
How does your anxiety manifest
2020-01-21 21:58
#4
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Germany BIG2020 
I have GAD/Panic Disorder. Medication helps a lot, gets you of the thought-train. Anxiety Disorders are very common. Go see a Doctor and he can help. Aside from Medication, Behavioural Therapy is good.. there are a lot of easy methods you can learn to bring yourself back.
2020-01-21 22:00
#5
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Russia hltvliker333 
What medication do you use?
2020-01-21 22:02
#14
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Germany BIG2020 
i take 10mg Citalopram (antidepressant - used for panic disorders) and 20 mg Methylphenidate (ADD/ADHD Medication) Do you take something against your ADHD? How old are you? If you are an adult and have ADD chances are you're Anxiety is a comorbidity, developed trough habits you trained your self to cope with the ADD when not medicated.
2020-01-21 22:18
#15
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Russia hltvliker333 
I know its probably the biggest mistake of my life, but I haven't been taking anything for my ADHD. Last week I talked about it with my psychiatrist though, therefore I shall start taking medication in the near future. I also had been taking citalopram(I think 20 mg) for depression and it REALLY helped me and woke me up from a long depression and motivated me in life, I discountinued the medication some months ago. Now I was put on Paxil .
2020-01-21 22:21
#17
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Germany BIG2020 
Never had Paxil. But i can tell you that if you have ADD/ADHD and start with medication it can be really good. My experience was great.. and sad at the same time. I got diagnosed very late (as an adult mid 20s) and when i took MPH the first time, it was like i could focus on things for the first time in my life, almost made me cry - no troll. Its like all of a sudden you can filter all the shit that comes in unfiltered and overwhelming sometimes. And who knows, maybe you dont even need a high dose at the beginning, also you can take mph when you need it. it doesnt have to be every day, i for example dont take them on weekends or when i have off, only when i know i have to go somewhere with a lot of people, so i can filter that shit. Otherwise i just take one before work.. also it helps to kill the bad-thought-spiral i used to have in the morning. I wish you all the best m8.
2020-01-21 22:28
#18
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Russia hltvliker333 
Thanks, good luck for you too. ADHD greatly affected me in life, as well as depression and social anxiety. But noone believes me and they think that I fake the diseases :D Or that I make excuses.
2020-01-21 22:32
#20
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Germany BIG2020 
Dude, people that dont suffer from something similar just rarely can relate. Just fuck them. Its your health, be egoistic on that. I couldnt relate aswell before that shit hit me.. and i was one of those who where like "nah, that shit will never get to me... " and so on.
2020-01-21 22:35
#19
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Russia hltvliker333 
Even though I have all of these diagnosed from different docs.
2020-01-21 22:32
#6
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Other Mortal_Wombat 
just dont take your mind too seriously, especially when you know its working against you
2020-01-21 22:04
#8
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Russia hltvliker333 
I would love to, but the OCD is combined with my anxiety and ADHD.
2020-01-21 22:07
#12
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Other Mortal_Wombat 
yeah thats fucked up. just never forget theres someone inside that disagrees with all that crap. Distract yourseelf if you can, do something you enjoy that gets you lost in time, it could be anything. no guarantee it works, but its worth the try, when it works its worth it
2020-01-21 22:10
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tarik | 
Yugoslavia bleaq 
you have Bitchitis, medication is a ball attachment surgery
2020-01-21 22:04
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emi | 
Croatia Nvucovich 
I have ADHD and GAD, I’ve found that, in addition to medication, exercise and rest are extremely helpful. When it’s late at night and I’m anxious I just stop everything and fall asleep. I’ve also found that lifting either before are right as it’s starting helps. Obviously don’t recommend heavy weights when currently anxious cuz that’s dangerous. But a nice couple km’s or mile run really helps. Also avoid caffeine and alcohol. It blows at first but helps
2020-01-21 22:10
#11
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Russia hltvliker333 
Fellow ADHD/GAD here. In addition to it I also have OCD. It is so terrible. When I have a really bad day, I can lose several hours mindlessly surfing web or laying in my bed.
2020-01-21 22:10
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emi | 
Croatia Nvucovich 
I think the best way to look at it is not “losing” the time, just taking the necessary time to recollect. I’d say using that time to regroup is better than pushing it off and letting the problem multiply exponentially
2020-01-21 23:00
Reply needs to have actual content
2020-01-21 22:09
made up sicknesses smh
2020-01-21 22:11
Working out men. Romans were right when they said mens (😎) sana in corpore sano. Healthy mind in a healthy body. Improve your physical health and it will help you become psychologically stronger and overcome these things.
2020-01-21 22:26
#21
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Malta Yarrak 
drink vodka fap sleep
2020-01-21 22:36
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