Hello, this is Kitt. It has been a long time. I suspect your anxiety is up as you are in a new place and anytime we make a big move it is difficult. You are not dying. You have anxiety.
If you truly think you need to be seen then do check around and find a physician so you can make an appointment and rule out any medical issues. It is always good to get established with a new Doctor when you have moved to a new city.
I am wondering what coping skills you have used in the past that have helped you with your anxiety?
Here are some suggestions to reduce your anxiety:
Exercise. take a walk, play a game, or ride a bike. The point is to exercise because when you do, your body will release endorphins, which contribute to feeling good.Call a friend when feelings of anxiousness or fear arise. A friend is not a replacement for professional help when needed, but a friend can be there to listen when you are having a bad day. Sometimes letting off a little steam can help relive tension and anxiety.Reduce your caffeine intake. As you probably already know, caffeine is a stimulant. The last thing a person suffering from an anxiety disorder needs is a stimulant. Share a laugh. Nothing breaks the tension like laughing. If you walk around feeling miserable, you will be miserable, but if you laugh life seems better. So if you are down, watch a funny movie or TV show to laugh.Take ten minutes and relax. Do something that you find relaxing: a hot bath, a video game, a book, anything to make you forget for a few moments about your anxious feelings.
Get a massage. A good massage will take away some anxiety and tension.Know your personal limits. One of the chief causes of anxiety is when a person takes on more than he can handle. Know your limits as to what you can do and how much you can do. It will go a long way in reducing anxiety in life. Reducing anxiety is not hard to do once a person knows how to it. The one principle to keep in mind is if you have any doubts about reducing anxiety on your own, seek professional help.
i think you have seperation anxiety, as in you are dealing with a HUGE move, leaving your past behind and starting fresh, which is something i would struggle to do as i am agoraphobic and dont deal well with change. i do hope things start to settle for you and that you can find a good doctor who can discuss your feelings and options with you, you dont have to live like this-
all the best, take care