I always get a disconnected, almost out of body type feeling just before a panic attack. Voices seem like they are far away and even my own voice sounds unfamiliar. I've had a feeling of being "not well" today and that usually lasts several hours or even a day up until I have a panic attack. Next, I get that "disconnected" feeling, which is what's happening now. This part is always so scarry to me! I was able to snap myself back for just a bit by tapping my foot on the floor and I also have taken my Xanax. Does anyone know why your mind and body does this? I hate panic! I do not want to be taken on this trip tonight, but it looks like I may be going!
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