I have had claustrophobia for a while now, and bouts of depression, but usually short lived. As of October 2009 things drastically changed, for the worse. I became pretty severely agoraphobic. Since then I've made some small gains but have also regressed in recent ti
[More]mes (Spring 2012). I am now taking klonopin in moderation, but still trying to defeat this thing through CBT, which from what I've researched seems to be the way of getting to the root of the problem.
Just a quick note to say hi! Just read your post on the expert forum. Tennis is a lot of mental stress/competitive whereas bikes and lifting wts aren't so much. I can play the Wi and get stressed to the point of having ectopic beats, PACs and PVCs. I think you just have a competitive nature and you really get your adrenaline flowing and that brings on the "fight or flight" principle.
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