I had an insane shaking attack a few weeks back and of course have had some since then,nothing like the first one though.Come to think of it actually I've been having shaking spells for a while.Anyhoo I sometimes shake for about an hour.I of course thought something was wrong with me because before when I would shake xanax would squash it and now not so much.I've come to accept the fact it's some sort of weird anxiety that comes from stress because I'm not panicking when it happens and I just heard a story about this happening to a counselor so that of course pushed my belief,plus a few other people have had this happen to them in another group.Unless there's a shaking virus going around the doctors are trying to keep on the down low lol.Okay that wasn't so funny.So my question is HOW DO YOU STOP OR MINIMIZE SHAKING?I made that big in case people didn't feel like reading all of this.
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