Raindeer, I have the very same symptons. I had a huge anxiety attack in October and have suffered through some major panic attacks. I tried Zoloft but could not handle it. I started on St. Johns wart, Kava Kava and have the anxiety under control where the attacks are short and not severe. However I have a tight neck and plugged ears that usually shows up a few hours after rising in the morning from sleep. It varies in intensity. The Doctors thinks I could have Globus along with anxiety. I never heard of that but looked it up and sounds plausable. I can only suggest that you try the natural herbs along with possibly having massage therapist work on your shoulders and neck. I may try a Chiropracter. If you find some relief let me know
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