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Offline MobileChucko

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Re: I don't understand how this is anxiety I really dont
« Reply #10 on: September 03, 2014, 12:59:22 PM »
Hello everyone!... :action-smiley-065:

I'm sure you have all heard the old adage, "If a tree falls in a forest, does it make a noise?"  Well no, it doesn't.  When a tree falls, it sets-up a vibratory pattern  Without the ear of a human or another animal to pick-up the vibration, it doesn't make a noise.  Even with the ear, it still doesn't make a noise if a brain isn't there to interpret the vibration.

So when you stub your toe, the reason you know that you did is because your brain/mind will interpret that you did.

Now, to get to anxiety, and cutting out the middle man...  Most often, our mind will determine a sensation from our body, be it pain, itching, what-have-you.  But the mind doesn't need the body's sensations to create the feeling.  It can create all sensations all by itself, without anything going on with the body.  This is why anxiety can produce literally every sensation in the book, because it is coming from our brain/mind and not the body.

Also, it seems to me that dizziness, lightheadedness, is perhaps the #1 symptom of anxiety.  I do know that dizziness, lightheadedness is the #1 complaint of people entering emergency rooms.

The mind is indeed a powerful force!...

The best to you all!...  Chuck :grinning-smiley-003:
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Re: I don't understand how this is anxiety I really dont
« Reply #11 on: September 03, 2014, 01:20:45 PM »
I wake up nauseous and feel that way all day, everyday. It's been getting better as I've attempted to "let go" of my anxiety. I have good days and bad days, but I'm def better than I once was.
It takes a lot of work.  Sometimes I get upset because I'm not growing by leaps and bounds, because I don't "feel" as anxious, but it's a process. I should be grateful that I'm feeling better at all.

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Re: I don't understand how this is anxiety I really dont
« Reply #12 on: September 03, 2014, 01:52:56 PM »
Mobile chuck that really makes sense. I never looked at it like that and always wonder why we feel te way we do. It's true because since I focused on my vision issues it seems that I am always look for it but if I don't pay attention to it I don't notice it all that much. Very interesting but at the same time it's so hard to let go.
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Re: I don't understand how this is anxiety I really dont
« Reply #13 on: September 03, 2014, 10:02:59 PM »
Guys this is driving me to insanity....

I wake up every morning feeling nauseous and in panic or really nervous ... There is nothing to be nervous about!

Since March first for like 4 months I had an off balance feeling saw doctors and they said it was anxiety.... Neuro and ents

I started cymbalta July 22nd.... 3 weeks into it I felt great for about 2 weeks and for the last week or so I have been feeling horrific my doctor upper my dose from 40 to 60 and I feel just as awful for 5 days now....

Ever since being dizzy spell in march and feeling off balance I have had a wierd feeling in my eyes .... It's very hard to explain .. It's like there always feeling dreamy or daZed off and I feel unreal to the point that it makes me anxious constantly and I'm always focusing on it and it never goes away

I'm going to work now .... (Walking steel 30 feet up in the air) so I can do that, I'm not dizzy in that means ... It's just hard to explain but I'm nervous

Same here, you're not alone... I too have this, its exactly what I told my doctor, in fact they gave me a neurological exam too, passed it perfectly...  I also have been very forgetful due to stressing and thinking about one thing all the time, haveing a brain tumour... I can't remember what I did last weekend for example, but it was all anxiety, I passed the N. Exam flawlessly. You should ask your doctor for one if he hasn't given you one, they really give you a platform to not fall into a all out pit of panic. I'm not over my fear, and neither do I understand how it is anxiety but it is. Knowing your not alone may help you though! ;)
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Re: I don't understand how this is anxiety I really dont
« Reply #14 on: September 04, 2014, 06:29:00 AM »
Thanks everyone dam a lot of replies I appreciate it .... I know this is only a bandaid the reassurance but at times if high anxiety it helps to hear from others
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Re: I don't understand how this is anxiety I really dont
« Reply #15 on: September 04, 2014, 10:46:20 AM »
I was actually just about to make a post saying the exact same thing and the exact same Subject line.   This dizzy, nauseas, dazed feeling I wake up with every day and comes and goes throughout the day is driving me crazy.   I've been climbing in dosage with prozac for the past couple of months and that's helped some aspects of my anxiety but hasn't helped at all with this dizzy, dazed feeling.   I go back and forth with all these different theories as to what it can be.   It IS helpful to see there are so many others struggling with the same thing and that alone shows me that it really is anxiety even though everything in me says it isn't.   I would just give anything to feel better.  I thought starting CBT would help, it didn't.  I thought medication would help, it barely has.  I thought ruling out things by getting tests done would help, but that hasn't either.    I Mean reading all these comments makes me worry a lot less that it's something serious or that there's something that can be done about it, but that doesn't help with my frustration that I'm just supposed to ignore these symptoms and go about my day knowing that feeling this way is the new normal and knowing what kind of impact it has had these past several months.   I constantly feel like I'm stoned but not in a good relaxing way, just in the drugged up dazed way.
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Re: I don't understand how this is anxiety I really dont
« Reply #16 on: September 04, 2014, 11:18:50 AM »
My dizzy/dazed feeling is 24/7 :(
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Re: I don't understand how this is anxiety I really dont
« Reply #17 on: September 04, 2014, 03:05:35 PM »
Message me! I've felt the same way.
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