I’m not sure what is the cause of my anxiety. It sparks when I am sitting in a tense, loud or an immobile situations, in a room of strangers and I have to subtle myself, when I am driving in the high road and I have an ocean in my mind, and at times I feel pressured. It doesn’t necessarily means I have to be alone when my anxiety provoke, it happens when I’m with people I feel safe with too. It’s just that when I am with people I feel safe, I can deal with my anxiety better.
The things that I had to go through are:
- Panic Attacks.
- A drastic feeling of vexation around people which would eventually generate to a panic attack.
- Migraine with aura.
- Shortness of breath.
Most of the people who never had anxiety or went through a panic attack will not understand what it feels like and might think you’re a little ‘crackpot’. But my bestfriends and boyfriend played along well and tried their very best to understand my situation.
At one point, I thought I was not right in the head myself. I even went to the psychiatrist, in DEMC, and when asked what was the causes of my problem was, he said something in my body went haywire which causes a false alarm. So of course, I came to a conclusion that I am psycho or somewhat. I was given Lexapro and Xanax, which made me feel drugged? and even-tempered. It did help but it was temporary and I wanted to heal myself for good. So I did not continue my modern medicine.
I took an initiative to google up to find another alternative to heal my anxiety and I found this http://www.drdhilip.com
I actually went and see Dr.Dhillip a few days ago, and he’s a very heartening person. He suggested yoga and hypnosis. I’ve never tried hypnosis before, so I’m giving it a shot soon. Hopefully, I can cope with my anxiety with this technique.
PS:// The reason I decide to write on this is in all honesty, not because of I want your pity or trying to obtain for attention. The cognition is that, it’s because I know I am not the only one who is subjected of anxiety and it always made me feel more fitting when I know that there’s somebody out there whose going through the same thing as I am and I am not by myself lonesome.