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    :hugs: thank you for the advice guys.
    I'll write down my symptoms and watch some Netflix then try and get some sleep.
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    Tonight just went dramatically down hill.
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    (Original post by zonkfrog)
    Tonight just went dramatically down hill.
    Oh no
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    (Original post by tasha96)
    I'm going to be up all night if I can be any help at all. :hugs:
    cheers, trying my hardest to keep occupied, currently cuddling teddies trying not to wake my boyfriend up
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    (Original post by james1211)
    Oh no
    Tears till I feel like throwing up boo.

    At least i'm just exhausted now so hopefully I'll sleep...maybe
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    (Original post by zonkfrog)
    Tears till I feel like throwing up boo.

    At least i'm just exhausted now so hopefully I'll sleep...maybe
    Tears are the best way of releasing built up stress. Throwing up isn't nice though

    The second your head hits the pillow you'll probably be out.
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    (Original post by james1211)
    Tears are the best way of releasing built up stress. Throwing up isn't nice though

    The second your head hits the pillow you'll probably be out.
    Sadly that never happens. Even on good days. I have never in my life gone to bed and just fallen asleep. I have never understood people who just lie down and are asleep in seconds. My brain just doesnt work that way I guess. It usually takes at least an hour to get to sleep for me :/
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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    cheers, trying my hardest to keep occupied, currently cuddling teddies trying not to wake my boyfriend up
    Cuddling teddies is good! :hugs: I still have all my old teddies. Do you have a favourite?
    Like I said I'll be up all night so feel free to PM me or whatever if you feel like it. :yes: :hugs:
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    (Original post by zonkfrog)
    Sadly that never happens. Even on good days. I have never in my life gone to bed and just fallen asleep. I have never understood people who just lie down and are asleep in seconds. My brain just doesnt work that way I guess. It usually takes at least an hour to get to sleep for me :/
    Happens the same to me. I can be extremely tired and want to go to bed but when I'm in bed I can't just crash. I still stay awake for at least 30 minutes normally just over analysing things in my head.
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    (Original post by tasha96)
    Cuddling teddies is good! :hugs: I still have all my old teddies. Do you have a favourite?
    Like I said I'll be up all night so feel free to PM me or whatever if you feel like it. :yes: :hugs:
    I have a panda who is my face ATM
    My other teddy was a bear with a saggy bum called Kevin

    But tonight I have panda and my boyfriends pika plushie

    Boyfriends awake now

    But thanks. I'm turning into a weak mess slowly


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    (Original post by Malevolent)
    Happens the same to me. I can be extremely tired and want to go to bed but when I'm in bed I can't just crash. I still stay awake for at least 30 minutes normally just over analysing things in my head.

    (Original post by zonkfrog)
    Sadly that never happens. Even on good days. I have never in my life gone to bed and just fallen asleep. I have never understood people who just lie down and are asleep in seconds. My brain just doesnt work that way I guess. It usually takes at least an hour to get to sleep for me :/
    Both true, i'm like that most nights. Unless i've really been worked up i'm not usually tired enough to just fall asleep. But if i've been really worked up it tires me out so much that i'm exausted when i hit the pillow.
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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    I have a panda who is my face ATM
    My other teddy was a bear with a saggy bum called Kevin

    But tonight I have panda and my boyfriends pika plushie

    Boyfriends awake now

    But thanks. I'm turning into a weak mess slowly


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    Aww! They sound cute. :woo:

    Glad he's up with you. :hugs:
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    (Original post by tasha96)
    Aww! They sound cute. :woo:

    Glad he's up with you. :hugs:
    We have so many teddies hahaha

    Yeah..


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    Gahhhh does anyone know how to stop panicking about being sick when they have a bad phobia of being sick?


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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    We have so many teddies hahaha

    Yeah..


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    Gahhhh does anyone know how to stop panicking about being sick when they have a bad phobia of being sick?


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    You have Emetephobia?
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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    We have so many teddies hahaha

    Yeah..


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    Gahhhh does anyone know how to stop panicking about being sick when they have a bad phobia of being sick?


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    Wouldn't say mine is a phobia cos it's pretty rational (vomiting more than twice means I am hospitalised, due to health conditions, and hospital is a v bad place for me) but I do panic a lot if I feel sick, think I could be sick or am around sick people.

    Going outside for some fresh air can help to reduce nausea, or stuff like drinking peppermint tea. I find that even if what I'm doing isn't necessarily helpful, distraction from the panic is very welcome.

    Hope you're feeling less anxious soon. :hugs:

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    You have Emetephobia?
    Yeah


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    Awwww I use to have a real bad worry about being sick. Honestly though I think when it finally happened I realized it wasn't as bad as I made it out to be in my head.
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    (Original post by Malevolent)
    Awwww I use to have a real bad worry about being sick. Honestly though I think when it finally happened I realized it wasn't as bad as I made it out to be in my head.
    :hugs:
    It's not a worry, it's the fact I have a panic attack and stop breathing while being sick, and sit there crying because I'm terrified of throwing up blood again.
    I can't even be NEAR someone that's being sick


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    Wouldn't say mine is a phobia cos it's pretty rational (vomiting more than twice means I am hospitalised, due to health conditions, and hospital is a v bad place for me) but I do panic a lot if I feel sick, think I could be sick or am around sick people.

    Going outside for some fresh air can help to reduce nausea, or stuff like drinking peppermint tea. I find that even if what I'm doing isn't necessarily helpful, distraction from the panic is very welcome.

    Hope you're feeling less anxious soon. :hugs:

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    Cheers, Iv opened a window, but can't open the other as boyfriend isn't hot, can't go outside because of current sleeping arrangements in the house. So stressful

    I tried playing a computer game but couldn't concentrate, so just laying here ATM breathing.

    :hugs:


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    (Original post by PonchoKid)
    It's not a worry, it's the fact I have a panic attack and stop breathing while being sick, and sit there crying because I'm terrified of throwing up blood again.
    I can't even be NEAR someone that's being sick


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    Oh darn that sounds really tough. Have you tried seeing someone about it?
 
 
 
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