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... Hi Sillyme03, Wow! Finally found someone who is going through something like I am! Now I know I'm not alone! I started taking Paxil a week ago and felt an immediate "lift off the edge". I don't have any other side effects (thank goodness, knock on wood!) I felt really good and took very very little Ativan the first 4 days (.25 mg maybe 2-3X a day at the most). Then... (27 replies)
Help ?
Jul 31, 2012
... and worrying too much and that is what bring to having anxiety and panic attacks. Try to stay calm and tell yourself that everything will be fine. It's just the adrenalin surge in your body when you're overly worried that put you into such state. While it could be a scary experience it is nothing harmful or life threathening. ... (1 replies)
... throat" sensation. Every now and then I would get an adrenalin surge and my heart would race a little bit too. ... (6 replies)

... Hi, I am terrified right now!. I have suffered from anxiety, hypochondria and panic attacks for a long time and have been on all kinds of meds. I am also an alcoholic and after being "dry" for several days, today I decided to enjoy a few "cold ones". Usually alcohol knocks my anxiety out cold but for some strange reason (even after my 5'th beer), my anxiety was even worse... (5 replies)
... Molly, I have many of your symptoms. I just started paxil 12.5 cr yesterday. I am tired today, but slept little last night. I have been sleeping little since before the paxil. I take ativan as needed also. I get sort of a wave going thru my body at times at night or day if I am laying down. I think I would call them an adrenaline surge. Its like a wave going thru my... (27 replies)
... cal symptoms that we begin to worry about eg fast heart rate, headache, tingling, chest pains etc etc. We then begin to worry about these sensations and yes more adrenalin flows and the sensations get worse...on and on it goes. Can you see it now? ... (7 replies)
... Hi I have had panic attacks off and on for years along with some anxiety here and there. I went off Xanax for 4 months and believe it or not, a lot of the anxiety went away and so I came to believe that at least some of the anxiety had actually been caused by the Xanax itself. I have also been on Atenolol recently and I have OCD, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Acid Reflux... (4 replies)
... Steven I often feel this surge of adrenalin, it's the fight or flight response, recognise it for what it is and you will begin to control it. ... (4 replies)
... Hi I have a lengthy history of anxiety and have been on and off various meds over the years. Lately, I have been taking Atarax (an antihistamine) for my insomnia (I often wake to early). Anyway, last night I'm laying there in bed with my eyes closed trying to get to sleep and I'm just about there when all of a sudden, I felt kind of breathless. It sort of felt like my... (4 replies)
New to Anxiety
May 12, 2005
... Taxi mom, Thanks for your reply. It does seem to help when I get up and walk when I have a surge of the adrenalin. Thanks for the advice. Has anyone else had adverse reactions from Wellbutrin. ... (6 replies)
... Yup, that's the way panic attacks work. Your sitting there just relaxing and feeling great when all of a sudden, it wacks you from behind and you get a surge of adrenalin shooting up through you, racing heart, feeling of sheer terror like your about to die. Very typical but very scary I know. ... (3 replies)
Does any one???
Apr 25, 2003
... Have such bad bouts with anxiety, that once they start up full forse it takes a month or so to calm back down? I am in one of my really bad states where my body surge's with anxiety and I am in the fear mode...with an impending sence of chest burns with anxiety and its like the fear adrenalin is pumping through my veins 24/7. I was on Prozac & Zoloft before, and... (4 replies)

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