Glosoli Posted August 15, 2010 Report Share Posted August 15, 2010 I've pretty much given up hope that I'll be able to get through a long work day without some manner of panic attack. It just happens; I'm in retail but I hate dealing with angry customers.But more often than not now, I find myself having them when nothing is wrong!Sitting here, I'm a bit short of breath, on the verge of tears, and feeling a bit nauseous. And there's nothing going on to have caused it. It's a sleepy Sunday eve, and I WAS feeling peaceful...I'd kind of given up trying to talk to my previous doctors about my anxiety, because they seem to gloss it over and not really seem to care - but the symptoms aren't getting better. They're a bit worrying to me, especially the new ones.My hands shake horribly, I sweat profusely, and sometimes have a bit of visual disturbance. Not like scary visions or anything, but patterns seeming to move and otherwise be weird, kind of like those optical illusion books... Any tips on talking to my new Pdoc about this?I'm scared of two outcomes:1: I'll be ignored / branded a hypochondriac2: Other end of the spectrum, be thought of as completely bonkers.Thoughts? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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