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... it has been a long,long time since i have gotten high. actually,it was nice every once in a while,cause it relaxed me. but,i cannot smoke it...bad bad anxiety while i'm high. i freak out bad. ... (6 replies)
... I think anxiety about moving is partly the cause, you will need to learn how to cope with this pot smoking often causes a persons first panic attack due to selective plant breeding, theres usually much more THC in pot than there was (6 replies)
... depers... has been out of control and the wierdness of these symptoms leads to my anxiety and panic, and usually not the other way around. ... (6 replies)

... term effects and problems. CBT is awesome, and is a permanent solution to the problem of panic, benzos are not. You will always need a dosage increase. Don't give up, things WILL get better. ... (13 replies)
... I have anxiety attacks all the time. I get dizzy, but a type of dizzy where I litteraly feel like I am flying. ... (3 replies)
... ecessary nutrients and hormones to your organs. It is pumping harder, causing more pressure in your circulatory system. Fortunately, high blood pressure due to anxiety is not a permanent condition. Once you calm down it should go back down. ... (11 replies)
... two years, my panic attacks stopped completely and I was much, much less anxious about things. I weaned myself off of it this spring, hoping that it had made a permanent change in my brain chemistry or that relaxation techniques would work better for me this time. ... (15 replies)
... I have derealization/depersonalization everyday for about a year now. (6 replies)
... I believe that my panic attacks were def. brought on by pot. This was weird for me. i was sixteen when i started to smoke pot daily. no good. i was a big ol' pothead.. then in my first semester of college i was with my friends and i cleared a five footer and then about ten minites later i thought i was going to die. i didn't go to the hospital cuz i didn't want to get in... (6 replies)
... I used to smoke pot a bit, until I started freaking out and it quit being fun! The more you concentrate on it, the worse you are going to make it. It will eventually go away. I'm pretty sure that I've had the experience you're talking about though. You just have to give it time. (6 replies)
... when i was 12 i smoked some pot with friends and weird stuff happened to me...after that i had exactly the same symptoms as you are experiencing now...i remember how scared i was...i could barely go to school...it took me about a month or so until i was feeling a little better...its good you stopped smoking pot though..that helps a lot..hang in there..it will get better jess (6 replies)
... I love your quote above and agree wholeheartedly :angel: Billy (13 replies)
... I took it for 4 days starting on a Monday. On Friday, I drank heavily and as I was trying to go to sleep and pass out, I started to feel ungodly anxiety and panic. ... (2 replies)
... To me, a panic attack feels like.... 10 times of anxiety that i get before giving a class presentation. ... (24 replies)
... did some kind of permanent brain damage. ... (9 replies)
Worrywort
Oct 23, 2003
... I am wondering if you have panic or just anxiety or both. ... (78 replies)
... He kind of just game me like a one time perscription since it's the first time I've shown any signs of anxiety and said to take it when I get symptoms of anxiety or if I start to feel very anxious. ... (10 replies)
... In my opinion, this treatment may be a temporary solution to a permanent problem. ... (20 replies)
... but now they're not so overwhelming...It has given me the strength to work on the underlying causes of this disorder, and make permanent changes...Before taking Paxil, it felt hopeless, and I couldn't slow my mind down enough to think positively. ... (7 replies)
... but now they're not so overwhelming...It has given me the strength to work on the underlying causes of this disorder, and make permanent changes...Before taking Paxil, it felt hopeless, and I couldn't slow my mind down enough to think positively. ... (7 replies)




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