I too suffer from anxiety/panic and at times it can be crippling. If you are asking for ways to maybe help you cope I can give you some ideas but I am not sure if they will work for you. My anxiety has been really high the last week so I started drinking chamomile tea which seems to help calm me. I am trying not to go on meds if I can help it so I just started taking a multi vitamin and increased the amount of fresh fruits and vegetables I eat. I need to start exercising more so I am thinking about starting yoga. When I feel a panic attack coming on I do things to try and get my mind off of it...Like count backwards from 100 - 0 or say the alphabet backwards. If I mess up I start over until I get it right. I also work on my breathing. I know it might seem nutty but if it helps it is worth it. I honestly think for some people like myself increase in anxiety symptoms can be hormonal. I sure hope I was able to give you some helpful advice.
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