Among patients I see with Panic Disorder, a striking number have symptoms in specific situations. Persons with Panic Disorder have spontaneous attacks of intense fear and discomfort that begin abruptly, almost like an adrenaline rush or flight or fight reaction, like palpitations, sweating, shaking, intense fear, tremor, inability to catch one’s breath. These sensations occur on spontaneously or when in specific situations such as a car or supermarket. Sensitivity to a car or market is so typical, it bolsters the diagnosis of a panic attack. Whenever I suspect panic disorder, I always ask specifically about reactions to being in a car or supermarket. Most of the time the person will mention it on their own. It is enough to make you wonder what’s so unusual about these particular situations?
I am very dizzy today but it is getting better..................I think my meds may have contributed to feeling ill all day. Pray my friends, I must be at the clinic at 1000 for my skin cancer removals tomorrow.
Need your help. Hold me up, my legs feel like jello. Why now?
Kitt, Moderator: Anxiety, Panic & Depression *~*
Post Edited (stkitt) : 6/11/2008 5:47:15 AM (GMT-6)
Relax lisha..you are not alone...Welcome to HW Dizzyness is very scary at times of anxiety...breathing is the key to it all for me - once I take control and slow the breathing everything comes right - eventually lol.
Good advice by Sista J. You may also want to be sure you are drinking plenty of flurids, water of gator aid. The body can lose a large amount of fluids in the extreme hot weather.
Welcome to Healing Well. We are happy to have you here.
Lets not get too worried at this stage..anxiety can cause all sorts of physical symptoms - however, Gramps is quite correct and if anyone reading these posts is at all concerned about dizzyness or any other symptoms unexplained or not - of course plz go and see your Health Professional.
I am so sorry your feeling worse and I will be waiting to hear what the physician has to say to you.
Praying for you to feel better.