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    Well I've had this for quite a while now but never seen a specialist for it. I don't know if maybe it's normal or there are more serious problems at hand but, at times, I get really serious bouts of anxiety. It's not like the feeling I normally get if maybe I'm a bit worried about public speaking or something - this is quite different.

    It's really unusual and so hard to explain but I may be talking to someone or reading something and something may come up which just triggers this anxiety and I can just feel a lot of adrenaline being released. It's not even something I can control, at times I don't even care about what I am reading or talking about (well, maybe a little but not a lot) and I'll just get it and I'll just started to maybe get really worried about it even though I don't really care too much.

    I don't know if it's something I should see my doctor about or just something I have and need to just try change. I am a pretty stressed out person I think which sucks and I try to change that but it's how I am and it's very difficult to try change from it.
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    Well I've had this for quite a while now but never seen a specialist for it. I don't know if maybe it's normal or there are more serious problems at hand but, at times, I get really serious bouts of anxiety. It's not like the feeling I normally get if maybe I'm a bit worried about public speaking or something - this is quite different.

    It's really unusual and so hard to explain but I may be talking to someone or reading something and something may come up which just triggers this anxiety and I can just feel a lot of adrenaline being released. It's not even something I can control, at times I don't even care about what I am reading or talking about (well, maybe a little but not a lot) and I'll just get it and I'll just started to maybe get really worried about it even though I don't really care too much.

    I don't know if it's something I should see my doctor about or just something I have and need to just try change. I am a pretty stressed out person I think which sucks and I try to change that but it's how I am and it's very difficult to try change from it.
    Use the search function lots of calming tips for anxiety and other posters. I dont know what your symptoms are but if they impeed your life then yes you should see your gp who can refer you to medicine or other treatment methods (cognitive behavioural therapy, counselling, mood management courses etc).
 
 
 
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