-Heart rate increases alot
-Burning sensation throughout my entire body
-Tingling throughout my entire body
-Ringing in ears
-Just think i'm going to die.
Passive: (not all symptoms happen all the time, some come and go)
-When im in public it's extremely hard to concentrate
-Shortness of breath (most common) Just seems that i cant ever catch breath
-dizzyness (most common)
-Hard to carry on convorsations or multitask. (most common)
-After attacks i feel exhausted (after one i was on bed rest for 5 days)
-Constant want to just go to sleep or rest.
All my Tests.
-EcoCardiogram - Perfect
-Bloodwork - perfect
-CT scan - perfect
-Haulter monitor - perfect
-Doctor examinations - Perfect
Everything seems to come back perfect and the doctor is telling me he thinks i have anxiety. But does anxiety prevent you from going out of your house and hanging out with your friends during any time of the day? From what I've read about anxiety, it comes, reaches it's peak during an attack, then goes and you live your life normally again. Whatever i have seems to be controlling my entire life. I can't even get out long enough to go to a restaurant with my family.
I'm also a 19 year old male.
Extremely healthy, only drink water\eat healthy, worked out every week day before this happened 1 month ago. Now i'm just scared to death.
Are all of these symptoms of Anxiety?
Are there any medicines that can prevent me from EVER having another attack?
Thanks for your help :)
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