anxiety attacks?

Query by rosa200888: anxiety attacks?
im 18 years old female and proper prior to i go to sleep often out of know in which i’ll commence feeling genuinely light headed and dizzy, and my heart rate occasionally will either slow down or speed up, and i will be laying in my bed just considering im going to die cause my heart is going to cease and it scares me. i cant rest but sooner or later i do fall asleep and wake up really feel much better. is this a sign of an anxiousness attack, lead to i do get anxiety all the time.

what can i do so i dont trip out late and night so i can do to sleep with no freaking out considering im going to die and get light headed

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Answer by Nizam MD
Yes, I believe it is element of the nervousness attacks. I got the identical feeling like yours and you require to handle them since later it will trigger you a lot extreme panic attacks.

Do feel unnecessary things and try to seek assist.

I have recovered from these attacks but it takes time.

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  1. edicuis6060 says:

    go to your doctor and ask for a script or seroquel. It relieves anxitey and has drugs that help you sleep.

    you will sleep peacfuly and it also has antidepressents which I have found leaves you in a fairly good mode throughout the day.

  2. jo says:

    yep, it’s an anxiety attack. the same thing happens to me. I would say get help because they start happening in hte day time too. but that would make me a hypocrite. But if you know what’s good for you go to a doctor.

    What i do is i wait until i’m really tired before I go to bed, because if i’m going to lie awake i think too much, and get stressed out. Do something you find really relaxing before bed, like having a long bath. Having a walk in the evening helps me, because it’s relaxing and it uses up my excess energy. it’s also good for you because it releases endorphins and makes you feel happier. hope you feel better.

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