I was diagnosed with add in 8th grade I stopped taking the medicine in highschool did fine got into college and now for some odd reason thiughts keep rushing through my brain and some time it gets so bad i have to shout its getting uncontrolable it seems to get worse like i will just zone out then blurt out a word i think it has to do with anxieety what is wrong with me please help i blurt out words and i cant control it sometimes i even scream
When tschock said that anxiety and adhd go hand in hand, she wasn't kidding. And I think that the pressure of college amplifies it even more.
This really does sound like the pressure is getting to you. And I understand the screaming - been there, done that. I found that exercise really helped me cope (to a point), so thats worth looking into.
I would definitely make an appointment with your college counselor and let them know what is going on. This is not new stuff to them. And it may well be that you qualify for extra time on tests, etc due to your adhd.
Also here is a pretty good site with lots of adhd info. I choose the link that deals with reducing anxiety without medication. the link is
And it may well be that you are at the point where you might have to go back on to medication. I have seen posts of people in college who use it only at certain times and thus take the short acting meds. Others who might only take it on certain days due to their schedule, etc. This might be something your old doc can help with or the medical staff at the college so maybe also talk to your counselor about this. The main thing is don't try and do this alone. You sound like you are getting kind of close to being in a place you don't want to be. Best wishes. Let me know if you need more info of any kind.
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