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    Hopeless

    Iíve been crying for the last few days on and off I thought I was ok but I feel my life has changed my a hand I did not force.
    My eating has had to change, Iíve had to quit alcohol and cigarettes and still my feeling and fears remain.
    The only shift if my day time panics feel slightly reduced, but at night is when I really struggle.
    So upset I just donít know if Iíll ever recover. I donít know if it is a physical Illness Iím scared of the doctor Iím scared of myself Iím scared of my body Iím constantly having heart burn and waking up with palpatations all the time is just the end of it for me.
    Itís so depressing I cry in an instant Iím exhausted I donít want to keep feeling like this I feel hopeless.



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    Re: Hopeless

    I know it's tough, but you need to re-frame. Palpitations and heartburn aren't terribly pleasant, but the vast, vast majority of the time, they're insignificant.

    If you work on thinking of them as a nuisance rather than a tragedy, things might start to get easier.
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    Re: Hopeless

    Thank you blueiris I hope I can x


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    Re: Hopeless

    Crossing fingers for you - I've been there and done that, and I know how overwhelming it can be.
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    Re: Hopeless

    Did you suffer night time palpatations too x


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    Re: Hopeless

    Yes; sometimes I still do. They annoy me rather than terrifying me, though.
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    Re: Hopeless

    Itís frustrating because Iíve actually suffered with them for a long time but only this year Iíve become fixated on them


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    Re: Hopeless

    Hey Missy

    Yep I've been there but it can be overcome.

    If your up for it, read the stickies on how to stop panic attacks.

    If it's all too overwhelming rite now, try relaxing your body completely when the palpitations come and try and slow your breathing down. If you can manage that then will on the symptoms to do their very WORST.

    Yous need practise but it works over time.

    You'll be ok

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    Re: Hopeless

    Hi

    im so sorry to hear you are feeling so down. I get palpitations, especially in the evening. I had an ecg, stress ecg and echo, they all came back normal, with good throughput.



    so, they can be completely harmless, and usually are..

    Inanna xx

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    Re: Hopeless

    Were you coping reasonably before this change entered your life and caused a massive upheaval or did it merely tip things further askew? Are you managing any better than you were when you made the thread? Have the palpitations and heartburn worsened or improved? Do you have any other physical symptoms? I hope things are brighter for you.
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