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Sir, m going through a tough phase of my life, worry all the time thinking about all the things happened to me which might have been occurred yesterday or 1 or 2 years back, just constantly think and try to rectify things in my head like- i should have done like that or may be in some other way and this way just keep myself engages. It happens with all the future incidents as well which I am gonna face. Situation gets worse during my exam, my heart beats becomes so fast that I can't focus at all, perhaps in medical term it is called as panic attack. Sir, i have to appear for a typing test on 6th feb as its the last stage of getting a government job so m really worried about that. Prescribe me some medication which might turn things calm for atleast those 15 minutes of my exam. It will really help me. Thankyou.
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Yes medications will certainly calm your nerves down but we cannot prescribe any medicine online in the basic question segment you will need to consult us and seek a prescription for the same. All the best to you and practice deep breathing exercises to bring down your anxiety.
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Hi. From what you have mentioned, you seem to be suffering from symptoms of excessive worrying and anxiety. These symptoms can be due to either an underlying depressive illness or an anxiety disorder. You should get yourself evaluated and initiate treatment for the same. Regarding short term relief, benzodiazepines like etizolam can be useful. However, these are prescription medications which can be procured only on a written prescription. So, it would be advisable to meet a psychiatrist and get treatment as required.
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Regular exercise and relaxation techniques like deep breathing and meditation are helpful in controlling anxiety.
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