When I went through my panic attack I had all those same feelings. I'm sorry you are so young and going through this. The wonderful thing is you are reaching out to those of us that can relate to you. Hopefully give ou guidance and encourage you. There is hope for you. We are the proof of that. Remember the first med is not always the right med. It may take a little investagating from your doc to find the right fit for you.
I hope you are having a better day. Trust in others.
Hi, Michele - glad to hear from you!
The day/night thing may or may not be related to the disease, but I can tell you how my granddaughter deals with something similar.
She is a couple of years older than you. She has had her days and nights mixed up most of her life - getting up for school was always hard, as was going to bed and sleeping. Her internal clock is just different from everybody else's. She is in her 3rd year of college now - all her classes are late afternoon or evening. During breaks she finds jobs where she can work at night. She sleeps during the day and is both active and productive at night. Children are forced to adapt to the clock and to 'normal' schedules. As an adult, my granddaughter is able to accomodate her own needs ... I don't know how she'll manage if/when she has children of her own!