I am a girl from Hungary, and I would like to ask for your help.
My story begun nearly 3 years ago, when I first experienced anxiety flash, I guess a panic attack. From that time on, I have them unfortunately regulary. In the first times it lasted around 1 hour, but now they last days! I cannot stop them. I do not take any medicine, but the last two attacks was so hard, that it did not stop for 3 days, I took a calm pill, and it ended.
I am not that kind of person to believe that there is no cure for anxiety. My life changed a lot, in contrast to others, I have no fear when entering huge places with a lot of people - I rather enjoy it. My panic attacks comes usually at afternoon and even more at night, when I am going to sleep. (I fear of having one and that generates more anxiety I guess.)
For this reason (as I do not want to take calm pills and antidepressant tablets all my life) I started my research. I found out that maybe the problem is with my adrenals. Unfortunately I am a very nervous person, but it wasnt always like that. Now for the smallest stress situation - like calling somebody or holding a presentation to 3 people - I get very anxious, that it annoys me very much. (My heart beats so fast, and I can't calm down). Researcing on the internet, I found a very kind hungarian women, who showed me hope, and advised to start continue my research with a saliva cortisol test. I took it, and also took a blood test, because of the hormones.
The test is ready, and I would like to share my result with you, maybe you will be able to analyse it.
I also have some problems with my other hormones (I have estrogen dominance), but firstly I would like to see clear with my cortisol test results. What about if I would take Isocort? Wouldn't it be a problem, that my morning cortisol is higher, than should be? And would it really help my anxiety attacks to disappera, and also for my other hormones to normalize?
I am very grateful in advance for your help, I feel strong enough to continue the research, and I accept all your comments regarding my health status.