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Panic attack /anxiety issue
Hi Doc, I have anxiety issues like heart palpitations, my mind completely goes blank, body sherviring and change in voice modulation etc.. This happens usually when I face a large group of people
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Heyy I can help you better with further treatment course needed. U can connect me via whatsapp on seven zero eight two zero two two zero six two.
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Depending upon your few symptoms it indicates social anxiety which needs pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. Consult a psychiatrist
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Hi, It's very usual when we have not practiced to be in public from childhood, it suddenly spurts when some extra project and work comes to finish in time. This creates stress and produces symptoms of panic in public as u felt. Treatment is quite simple, medicines with few psychotherapy sessions helps a lot which makes sure not to recur the symptoms.
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relaxation techniques
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These are symptoms of social anxiety disorder. You can kindly consult a psychiatrist and it can be very well treated with medication and cognitive behaviour therapy. Good luck
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It sounds like you're experiencing significant anxiety symptoms, especially in social situations. Here are some suggestions to help you manage your anxiety: Deep Breathing: Practice deep breathing exercises to help calm your body and mind. Take slow, deep breaths in through your nose, hold for a few seconds, and then exhale slowly through your mouth. Progressive Muscle Relaxation: Try progressive muscle relaxation techniques to release tension in your body. Start by tensing and then relaxing each muscle group, moving from your toes to your head. Mindfulness and Meditation: Engage in mindfulness or meditation practices to cultivate awareness of the present moment and reduce racing thoughts. Even just a few minutes a day can make a difference. Positive Self-Talk: Challenge negative thoughts and replace them with positive affirmations. Remind yourself that you are capable and competent, and that it's okay to feel anxious sometimes. Visualize Success: Visualize yourself successfully navigating social situations without experiencing anxiety. Picture yourself feeling calm, confident, and in control. Seek Support: Consider seeking support from a therapist or counselor who can provide you with coping strategies and support tailored to your specific needs. Gradual Exposure: Gradually expose yourself to social situations that trigger your anxiety, starting with smaller, less intimidating settings and gradually working your way up to larger groups. Healthy Lifestyle: Maintain a healthy lifestyle by prioritizing regular exercise, getting enough sleep, eating a balanced diet, and avoiding excessive caffeine and alcohol, which can exacerbate anxiety symptoms.
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Remember, managing anxiety is a journey, and it's okay to seek help and support along the way. Be patient with yourself and celebrate your progress, no matter how small.
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Hello, these are symptoms of panic from social anxiety. Please consult a psychiatrist for treatment
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