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Re: Panic attacks

Finding ways to relax can really help with panic attacks, like walking, or swimming. Listening to death metal and other types of highly charged music can amp up the bodies nervous system, actually causing panic attacks. If you can't get help from your parents you might be able to make some adjustments like these that help. Speaking from experience btw--good luck!
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Re: Panic attacks

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Look in ginger
. I've tried it three to five times to stop\reduce my nausea that was already present and it seemed to work very well. I also know a lady that used it with success for nausea from lorazepam withdrawal.
I've had ginger products a few times, they always make me sick and not reduce the nausea.

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Finding ways to relax can really help with panic attacks, like walking, or swimming. Listening to death metal and other types of highly charged music can amp up the bodies nervous system, actually causing panic attacks. If you can't get help from your parents you might be able to make some adjustments like these that help. Speaking from experience btw--good luck!
I said that nausea is the only trigger, music doesn't give me panic attacks.
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Re: Panic attacks

That nausea is often a symptom of anxiety or stress, and anxiety and stress are both often closely linked with panic attacks, so this is why I recommended trying to relax to see if that would help. The buildup of stress, suppressed anger, anxiety, or whatever else, might be occurring for hours or days, maybe even weeks before it blows up into the physical symptoms of a panic attack. But it could also be that you are dreading school and that is building up. It could be a bunch of stuff we all have different things going on in our lives. You really should see a doctor and talk about this. Can you try to talk to your school counselor or your parents again?
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Re: Panic attacks

I do have a lot of anger in me built up over years of being bullied.
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