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   Posted 9/3/2007 1:00 PM (GMT -6)   
im starting college classes again and i have an hour commute to school and home from school each day. i havent driven for probley 3 months alone so im nervous about it. i feel so dizzy and out of it almost everyday so im just affraid im going to go off the road or somthing because i get dizzy or start having alot of anxiety build up. please some advice?

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   Posted 9/3/2007 1:04 PM (GMT -6)   


You do not say what is causing the dizzines and feeling out of it?  Are you on meds, if so you may need to talk with your physician about your meds.

I would definitely not advice driving if your dizzy and "out of It"  that is not only a danger to you but to others on the highway.

Do you have a therapist to talk out your issues with?

Please keep posting.  We are here for you.  (((((((HUGS))))))))))

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   Posted 9/3/2007 2:12 PM (GMT -6)   
No im currently not on any medication im trying to not have to be. I will be starting to finally see my anxiety counselor this week and she always helps me out. Its my constant anxiety causing the dizzy/ out of it feelings because when I'm not thinking about it, then i dont notice it! ugh im so sick of dealing with the physical symptoms of anxiety everyday, hopefully my counselor can help me take my mind off of it and redirect my thinking and stop worrying about it!
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