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Offline Mranixety2014

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chest pain
« on: February 05, 2014, 04:15:24 AM »
hello everyone I am new to this I would really love for someone to reply too this anyway I just turned 21 I have been dealing with anxiety for a whole year now after a million hospital visits a ton of doctors visits and two cardiologist visits the doc said I had anxiety so ive been dealing with it I was in therapy but until I can pay my deductible I cant go back :( but I am on Lexapro and ever since I started it I noticed the panic attacks went away but now i still have chest pains i was just wondering if this was normal im always looking for answers too this i hope someone can finally answer them thank you and god bless ;D ;D ;D ;D
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Re: chest pain
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2014, 06:20:38 AM »
Chest pains can be caused by a lot of things when dealing with anxiety. Just because we might not think we are anxious, we are always still on full guard, just in case. This can tense us up. Try to learn how to breathe in the correct way. Lots of methods on you tube. They will help you out big time. Chest pain and anxiety are like a bride and groom. Most times we hear of people flying off to the ER thinking they are having heart attacks. Only to find nothing wrong with themselves at all.
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