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Mmm, sorry, the wrong answer got in the wrong place. I was trying to respond using a Telkom shop, which, considering that it was selling lightning fast internet connections, had in its demos the slowest connectons I have experienced in 20 years on the net ! And my correct, thopughtful and caring answer to you somehow got lost ( I had to open multiple windows to try to copy, paste and post answers ).
Anyhow, Maria is right, as usual.
I can't be sure thether these events, certainly anxiety attacks, might even be panic attacks, but anyhow they will respond well to treatment. First its best to see a good local shrinkf ro a proper assessment and diagnosis, and then a discussion of your treatment options, which should probably include some medications and CBT ( Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy ) which can greatly help you both to regain control over such episodes of anxiety, but also to recognize and cope better with whatever triggers your stress. DO discuss this with your parents, who should understand and help you to get this help, which you need and deserve. You're not well, and can soon get better, but no need to think of yourself as sick, just as someone with a problem, who is planning to get better soon.
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