I think I answered your previous question as well. I don't know if what I am saying is helping you, but I still wanted to try. I have those episodes too, in that there are times where I get really anxious for a while and then things start to get better in a few days. However, I am so negative when I have those episodes, which is probably the reason why I am so anxious then. When I get those episodes, at any given time I am conscious of how I feel, what I am thinking and how my body is reacting. I pay attention to my bodily sensations so much that it causes me to feel anxious all the time. I know it's hard to relax, but it's not impossible. One of the things that I like to tell myself is that, "all of these things I am feeling are just my feelings. Why am I going to be afraid of feelings?" You have to constantly remind yourself that what you are feeling is actually not any real danger. Those are just your feelings and emotions. They may feel scary, but at the end of the day they are just emotions. Those bodily sensations that you are feeling, they are just sensations. I read a book titled, Hope and Help for your Nerves and that helped me a lot. I am not sure if you've heard of the book or read it, but you should give it a try if you haven't. Basically, what I learned from that book is that every sensation is just a sensation. There is nothing wrong with my body and all I have to do is accept that I am feeling some weird sensations. For example, I wouldn't worry if my arm was hurting after I fell because I know it's normal for it to hurt. Well in the same way, your body is stressed and it is reacting to stress and it will take time for all the sensations to go away and for your body to regain it's balance. For the time being, just don't pay any attention to them. Remember, you don't want to be scared. I know it is hard to relax, but it is not impossible. Try not to worry about what is going to happen later. Focus on the now. Don't worry about the fact that you might not be able to sleep later. It's okay if you cannot fall asleep. Don't let future worries bother you. "Tomorrow is tomorrow. Future cares have future cures. We must mind today." Just live in the moment. Don't think about the past, and don't worry about the future. You have to stop worrying about what's going to happen later on and just focus on what's happening now. All the "what if's" are making you feel even more anxious. I try to tell myself that if I can think "what if I don't get better?" and "what if I get anxious again" then I should also know that there is also the possibility of "what if I get better soon?" or "what if I never get anxious again?" Think positive. Try to give a positive twist to everything bad you think can happen. I hope this helps you!