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verybusy
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   Posted 3/8/2007 12:52 AM (GMT -6)   
  Ive posted here a couple of times,  I was wondering about stress. My typical response to stress is feeling like I am trembling inside or sometimes I even tremble on the outside. Usually this starts my anxiety or panic, I think.  Is this typical for anyone else?

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   Posted 3/8/2007 1:03 AM (GMT -6)   

  All the time for me when dealing with ppl that I don't really know, but I can past it as being cold for me most of the time, I guess that's one good thing about living in Alaska lol

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jordaNZone
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   Posted 3/8/2007 3:13 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi there verybusy
Yup trembling goes with stress...sounds like it's you have identified your bodys warning system of a coming panic attack - which believe it or not is a good thing...when the trembling starts it's probably time for you to put the brakes on - start breathing slowly..take a small break from whatever you are doing, walking around - or sitting down can help sometimes..anything to get your mind off the panic feelings..try and let these feelings just float on by..takes a lot of practice believe me lol..I have learned that the more you fight the panic the worse it gets..sheesh it's a struggle sometimes..lucky I have my family here at HW :-)
So good to know that we can post our probs and know that we are not alone eh?
Keep us posted we love to hear from you.
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   Posted 3/8/2007 7:29 PM (GMT -6)   
I totally agree with both Cowboy and Maree
I do the same when I am in panic mode which is always it seems anymore ..
Glad you have come back
Hoping to see you more often for suppport and ppl that know what you are going thru
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verybusy
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   Posted 3/8/2007 7:31 PM (GMT -6)   
Thankyou. It does feel much better knowing I am not alone! I have been practicing breathing or diverting my attention. I have three children, and I just want to function normally!! Like today I had a dentist appt, I didn't feel anxious, maybe a little tense. Tonight I am starting to have a/p feelings, my back is starting to feel crawly. I know that this is panic, but still I feel nervous about the feelings or like I know I'm not going to be able to sleep tonight and that bothers me. My husband had a rather bad accident last May, he is back to work and doing well but I think that kind of triggered all of my problems with a/p. As a child I was always nervous but never had anything like I experience now with the moments of absolute fear or the generally sick feelings which my dr. and therapist explain as result of adrenaline. In my mind I am still thinking that makes no sense at all. How can adrenaline truly make one feel so crappy?

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   Posted 3/8/2007 7:49 PM (GMT -6)   

Relax a little verybusy..doesn't pay to think too much about symptoms or the reasons why - actually makes them worse lol.

Quite often you will deal with one symptom and the next thing you know there's another to combat..sheesh...but the Good news is these feelings Do go away - thank goodness! tongue

I see from your post that you are feeling anxious in the evening..it's probably because you have more time to think about how 'ick' you were feeling during the day or you may be running the dayz events through your head..this is what I call overthinking - and believe me I am an expert at this lol. I have found that once again distraction is the answer..going for a walk if possible, become engrossed in tv programme, jigsaw, word puzzles anything that will turn your brain to mush!

Hope you feeling better soon.

Maree


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