i am experiencing the worst anxiety right now and i feel like it just hit me out of nowhere. my husband made me work out last night thinking it will help me. i had been sore all morning and haven't done much. lunch was prepared late, lately i have convinced myself that if i don't eat on time something will happen to me. anyways i had lunch at 3 and i just started freaking out. my arms and legs started shaking, i felt this sensation pass through me. now i can't get over it. i finished eating despite feeling these sensations and now i feel as though i have an empty stomach and i just overall feel freaked out. is this something that i am doing to myself? how can i control it? i have been having a horrible past few weeks, and have become so anxious about my health. i have been to so many doctors, and even went to an internal specialist who wants me to go through so many more tests. they always say i am normal and everything is fine. i am discouraged to go through all the tests again. just waiting in the doctors office makes me grow through panic attacks, and to go through all that and know in the end that everything is normal is making me think twice about doing it. sorry for rambling...i just feel horrible and don't know how to deal with it. thanks for reading.
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