not all day long.. but maximum 3-4 hours.. it could last all day long i suppose.. depending on the condition and situation of the anxiety patient.. specially if he is alone at home .. or doesn't have consoling partner.
Yes, for the most part. I constantly feel light headed. I also feel what I describe as a "roller coaster stomach flop" feeling. But that feeling is in my head and not my stomach. It's crazy and I can't get any relief from it from any medication. It just comes and goes, and how severe it is depends on how stressed I have been, overly tired, overly anxious or sick.
yeah, i have felt like that and it is really wierd, but I am pretty sure it is from my anxiety. That's what the doc says, and I have had blood work done, and everything came back good. The doctor, told me I need to take care of myself, and have down time.
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