You know that feeling deep in your chest, almost like a shot of adrenaline that you get when you are surprised, very anxious, or suddenly deeply saddened? I've had that feeling on and off for about three days now. I've taken my blood pressure and it has been normal and my pulse has been just slightly elavated. I can not get rid of this sinking feeling in my chest. My mom whom is actually a nurse keeps telling me it is nothing and that I should move around more and stop smoking pot and that I take too many supplements. I feel like I am going to lose my mind. I might actually snap and break away from reality. What is my body trying to tell me? That it will feel like crap for the rest of ever and anytime I try to medicate something new and worse will happen?
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