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    are there ever any times when your in public and suddenly start to fell psychologicly light headed and weak, get anxious because of it and then start panicking?
    ive done it a few times and twice ive fainted because of it lol. its more psychological then anything. it happened a lot at college in lessons and once i even fainted then after that i was **** scared of going in in case it happened again

    does any1 know what i mean, its hard to explain
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    I think this is commonly referred to as a panic attack, and judging by these boards, half the forum has them!
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    (Original post by fishpaste)
    I think this is commonly referred to as a panic attack, and judging by these boards, half the forum has them!
    yea panic attacks the severe form and i went through a phase when i had them but im worried its gonna happen a lot at university. its more of a fear of fainting than anything
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    Maybe if you just get over your fear of fainting you won't have panic attacks.
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    (Original post by horrorboy)
    are there ever any times when your in public and suddenly start to fell psychologicly light headed and weak, get anxious because of it and then start panicking?
    ive done it a few times and twice ive fainted because of it lol. its more psychological then anything. it happened a lot at college in lessons and once i even fainted then after that i was **** scared of going in in case it happened again

    does any1 know what i mean, its hard to explain
    see your GP they may refer you to a psycologist to help overcome it.
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    i think its something i need to overcome on my own, i have actually fainted so no psychiatrist can prevent that
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    But you said it was brought on and it was psycological, so logically, you shoudl see a psycologist to help it.

    Mine did wonders for my panic attacks.
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    (Original post by Everdawn)
    But you said it was brought on and it was psycological, so logically, you shoudl see a psycologist to help it.

    Mine did wonders for my panic attacks.
    k thanks , i'll consider it although it'l make me feel as though im mental lol
 
 
 
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