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Does anyone get anxiety attacks randomly in the middle of the night that are triggered by dreams? And it keeps you awake and you’re shaking, hyperventilating and unable to process the dream and convince yourself that it wasn’t real?
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Does anyone get anxiety attacks randomly in the middle of the night that are triggered by dreams? And it keeps you awake and you’re shaking, hyperventilating and unable to process the dream and convince yourself that it wasn’t real?
probably something you should go to your gp about
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probably something you should go to your gp about
I spoke to the school councillor… helped for a bit, but every time it’s triggered it still happens, as badly as it’s always been
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I spoke to the school councillor… helped for a bit, but every time it’s triggered it still happens, as badly as it’s always been
yeh i didn't mean a school counsellor I meant an actual doctor. They might want to refer you to a psychiatrist or mental health professional which would likely be more helpful than just someone at school
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Yeah - you should go to your GP and have a chat about it. It shouldn't be happening on a regular basis, but there is plenty they can do to help you!
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yeh i didn't mean a school counsellor I meant an actual doctor. They might want to refer you to a psychiatrist or mental health professional which would likely be more helpful than just someone at school
My mum thought about that, but she was worried they’d give me medicines for it. And she didn’t want me to medicines because she thought they would be like antidepressants and would mess up some other stuff
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Yeah - you should go to your GP and have a chat about it. It shouldn't be happening on a regular basis, but there is plenty they can do to help you!
It’s actually become less frequent. It’s just that anytime it does happen, it’s really bad…
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