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Weird FEAR sensation
Hi Doctor, I have developed this issues of getting scared of anything/everything. I get scared when my phone rings, when the door bell rings. I get scared of my professional/personal success. There are lots of scenarios when I get this weird fear sensation. I feel this fear sensation in my stomach and chest which has made my day to day life very miserable. Please help.
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Hey r u alone? ? Wen did u develop this feeling?? I feel u need to understand the reason behind this behaviour.  Do please consult a Psychologist and hv clarity
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Hi Your experiences indicates possible anxiety symptoms. This need not always be psychological like anxiety disorder. I suggest you meet a Doctor to rule out any underlying physical health reason like thyroid, anaemia etc. If it is indeed anxiety disorder you got to start exploring any underlying stress and address them calmly while you get into good lifestyle changes like yoga, meditation, relaxation, healthy eating, sleep hygiene including better scheduling of your routines etc. Only in some moderate to severe anxiety disorders you'll need specialised psychological treatment like cognitive behavior therapy and medicine. Best wishes
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Hi Pls Google rcpsych anxiety panic n phobias key facts. Hope this helps u understand ur condition. Seek help from a qualified specialist. This is a very common condition n easily resolvable with the correct treatment. I wish u the best. Rgds
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u seem to be going through a lot of anxiety. please drink water very slowly (sip by sip). divert your mind into something constructive or things you like (listening to music, reading, going out with friends, watching a movie, going for a vacation etc.). if problem persists visit a psychologist and seek therapy
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