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    exercise, getting stuff done - in other words, taking positive action. It conditions your head to shut up.
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    I seek for psychologist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trunks View Post
    I seek for psychologist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    hahaha.

    I really love that you're taking all the right kinds of actions, btw.

    Yeah, I started treating the anxiety like 7 years ago so it's pretty well under control by now.
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    I didn't have anything I could identify as anxiety until I became an adult, which is rather surprising if you take my childhood into account. When I was 18/19 I started panicking and having frequent anxious feelings. It goes up and down, but I think it has gotten progressively worse each time I have a phase of it. Unfortunately, I'm not the type who can run around doing things to distract myself. That makes me more anxious. Sitting around doing nothing and relaxing is really what works best, and that certainly is a blow to productivity!!

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    Deep breathing exercices, incense/candle/light meditations, sitting outside clearing the mind, boxing/Kickboxing and yoga are methods I use when feeling anxious. My anxiety stems from any form of social interaction (even being around close friends) I also love aromatherapy!! It helps a bunch. In other words... holistic therapy in all forms

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    Quote Originally Posted by dala View Post
    Does anyone else get physical anxiety symptoms without any specific thing that they're anxious about?
    Yes.

    That's why sometimes I don't even recognize it as anxiety, but it usually manifests itself in the following ways:

    - Insomnia
    - Restlessness
    - Irritability/Shortness with Others
    - Indigestion
    - Sleep Paralysis/Other Sleep Issues
    - Bleakness/Cynicism

    Remedies:

    - Strenuous Exercise
    - Long Walks
    - Long Drives (Alone, with Music)
    - Distracting myself with reading or starting in on a new subject
    - Distracting myself with video games
    - Starting a new project
    - Drinking
    - Adderall

    Basically, anything that doesn't allow me to dwell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jontherobot View Post
    my anxiety manifests itself as a large, bulbous mass of negativity and cynicism. egotistical nihilist, i should probably be shot.
    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Yes.

    That's why sometimes I don't even recognize it as anxiety, but it usually manifests itself in the following ways:

    - Insomnia
    - Restlessness
    - Irritability/Shortness with Others
    - Sleep Paralysis/Other Sleep Issues
    - Bleakness/Cynicism

    Remedies:

    - Strenuous Exercise
    - Long Walks
    - Long Drives (Alone, with Music)
    - Distracting myself with reading or starting in on a new subject
    - Distracting myself with video games
    - Starting a new project
    - Drinking

    Basically, anything that doesn't allow me to dwell.
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    Anxiety
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    "Suppose it didn't," said Pooh, after careful thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Yes.

    That's why sometimes I don't even recognize it as anxiety, but it usually manifests itself in the following ways:

    - Insomnia
    - Restlessness
    - Irritability/Shortness with Others
    - Indigestion
    - Sleep Paralysis/Other Sleep Issues
    - Bleakness/Cynicism

    Remedies:

    - Strenuous Exercise
    - Long Walks
    - Long Drives (Alone, with Music)
    - Distracting myself with reading or starting in on a new subject
    - Distracting myself with video games
    - Starting a new project
    - Drinking
    - Adderall

    Basically, anything that doesn't allow me to dwell.
    Isn't Adderall an amphetamine? I can't even take psudoephedrine without my heart racing like I've just run a marathon for the next 24 hours.

    Generally, I can only get away with taking depressants/mild opiates/anti-anxiety non-psychoactive meds without problems.

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