But I thought I'd post a message to see what people thought.
First, I get these panic attacks. I've had them for as long as I remember but can go for a year without the next one happening. Sometimes they happen a lot in a short period then disappear again.
Sometimes it's for no reason. Other times it's because I've thought far too deeply. I think about the fact that in about 70 years I'll be gone. I know it's ages away (probably) and that I'm young and shouldn't worry. But I just freak out and can't stop thinking about what happens. I'm agnostic and when they happen I feel faint, out of breath, an increased heart rare, pure terror and momentary confusion and disorientation. Most of the time I feel like I'll die then and there. I was wondering if this shows sigh of a proper phobia, maybe thantophobia?
And the last thing is my odd little spasms. I think it'll be just someone 'walking over my grave' a little too much. I get them from time to time, same as the attacks, eg they can be frequent and infrequent. I lose control of my arm, that flaps quickly in one direction, and my head that snaps to the other side. But I have come to no harm, unless I'm standing next to something. As I said, probably nothing to worry about.
Sorry if this is silly, I just want to know. :P
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