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Posted by: sharmanka | 2011/01/26

panic attacks

from monday,i have not been to work,i do not want to go at the same time i dont want to loose it.i am always absent due to sickness,financial problems,constant headache and backache.i work about two to 3 saturdays in a month,i have a one year old,i get to spend time with him on sundays,and i try to get a lot of rest but i will have panic attacks about going to work the next day,i also struggle to wake in the morning.i am fine cant say am stressed or depressed but i am puzzled by my feelings and behaviour.

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Expert ImageCyberShrink

Financial problems, of course, are are never improved by staying away from work. Feeling achey and miserable is best dealt with on its own, seeing your GP for help. Staying at home tends to make you more anxious, not less. Maybe you would benefit from seeing a shrink for something like CBT to help you learn to avoid and handle stress better. You seem to be describing some form of anxiety / panic which can respond really well to proper treatment, with CBT and/or some medications of the sort also used to treat depression.

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2011/01/29

Financial problems, of course, are are never improved by staying away from work. Feeling achey and miserable is best dealt with on its own, seeing your GP for help. Staying at home tends to make you more anxious, not less. Maybe you would benefit from seeing a shrink for something like CBT to help you learn to avoid and handle stress better. You seem to be describing some form of anxiety / panic which can respond really well to proper treatment, with CBT and/or some medications of the sort also used to treat depression.

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Posted by: Concerned | 2011/01/27

Do you have a stressful job? Maybe invest in a vitamin boost injection and some daily supplements.

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