I feel terrible. I believe what I suffer from are panic attacks. The first time an eposide occured was in September when I started my job as a cashier and they called me into the office and told me if I had another short drawer, then I would be fired. I could barely sleep that night. I was restless, and I woke up I felt as though I was going to vomit. My esophagus was sore and eventually I did throw up. I remember waking up and thinking, "Get rid of it, Sar! Get rid of it!" I think it had to do with something I was dreaming about. My stomach was sore. Now, it has gotten to the point where I can't sleep at night. I am restless. My heart beats like crazy, my breathing is shallow. I shake. I'm only 23 years old. I think maybe I have hyperthyroidism, just looking on the internet at the symptoms.I match. I've never been to the doctors about this problem. I know I should. I've thought about talking to a counselor too. I feel really guilty about some problems in my past that I regret. A scene plays over again and again in my mind usually at night...for example, sometimes I might think of the police coming to my house and arresting me and I replay that scene in my mind and think of ways around and things that I could say to get out of it. At night I am restless, I can't go to bed. All I do is think about the worst that could happen.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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