I have noticed that I get my worst a few days and the day I start my menstrual. It's so awful! I can be ok for a while and my anxiety relapses! See I know part of it is my hypoglycemia too. When you get y our period and have Hg, your blood sugar gets really low. Anyway enough about me I just wanted to let everyone know there is a great book out there called "At last a life" by Paul David. I am only on the 5th chapter but it has helped so much! I usually don't use exclamations lol but I have been hopeful lately :) my acid reflux hasn't been so bad and my blood sugar is ok aside from one day away from starting my monthly. So anyway, the gist of what he says in the book is Stop fighting your anxiety. If fighting the anxiety worked, wouldn't we be cured by now? So he took the opposite approach. Accepting. Accept your anxiety and all of the feelings and symptoms. Realize that the derealization feeling or depersonalization is normal and natural. It's nothing that will make you go insane. You ARE NOT GOING MAD. The anxiety only makes you feel this way causing you to have more worries etc etc. Vicious cycle right? The result of fighting it for so so long has left your brain feeling so tired right? Thats why we all feel so strange and "not with it" If you're not fighting, you're calm. Am I correct? You're relaxed. SO Accept, don't fight. Don't pick apart your worries. You have to TRULY accept it. Accept yourself as well and love yourself. Always remember there is hope. And don't forget to accept! Lol :P I hope this helps all of you I truly understand how you all feel. Suffering through this with no sign of hope is dreadful. Seriously please get the book!
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