Can anyone help me understand anxiety disorder....I'm scared and alone and fear so much for my health. For my life....Docs say that i have this anxiety disorder.....I find this so hard to believe. Why do i have so many pains and feel utterly sick every single day.....I feel like i'm going to collapse. I ahve no enery and every single organ in my body seems to ache..My vision is blurred my head aches i have rininging in my ears and i feel like i'm not attached tolife moving on so fast around me. I get dehydrated, Thirst and weeing all the time....I may have many hours of sleep but still tend to wake with a over welming feeling that i have not slept at all i feel tired and unethusatic towards anything in life.....I vry at night because i fear that i shall not wake to live another day.....I hope that if i do wake tommorrow will be a better day i won't be in this pain i won't have theses physical symptoms andbodly sensations. I am totally convinced that i have some illness a tumor on my brain or liver,kidney or any organ disease.....AM I DYING..... Is this normal for anxiety if so why is it becoming so over welming.....Can anyone help me understand any of this or relate to any of this if so please post a rely i can't do this any more not alone i have no strength.......
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