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last 2 nights I have been having panic attacks or something . I am so afraid to go to sleep. They say my mom had a heart attack in her sleep and thats what killed her so now when i try to lay down my heart starts to race then it will slow down to much and i am scared. I used to have anxiety attacks and these are differant so I don't know. I go in at 1 today.
is this normal has anyone else done this?
(((HUGS))) to you. I am proud of you for taking that step! I have seen counselors on and off for the 5 years since mom died, and been on just about every anti-depressant under the sun (even before she died). I would think that panic attacks would be normal under the circumstances. I worry all the time about getting cancer since mom and 3 of my 4 grandparents died from it.
I will thx. I am on zoloft for bi-polar and i was taking busbar but that didn't help me. So I know I need something stronger.[/b]
We recently found out my DD is bi-polar. I suffer from major depression combined with anorexia/bulimia when I get really depressed. I currently am on Cymbalta, which is supposed to not only help with depression but also with pain (I also have Lupus). Right now I don't think it's helping the dpression though.
Good luck this afternoon. Maybe they need to tweak your meds a little since you just went through this.
It was really nice talking to her . She is my sons counceler mine is never in anymore but I am glad i feel more confortable with my sons counceler. Its so hard to talk about my feelings so she more or less pulled it out of me which is good. She helped me see that its not good to bottle up my feelings and that its ok to cry and miss her. She suggested that I start blogging my feelings and work on putting it in a book . She said she will help me.