How do you know when you are having a panic attack? There have been many incidences over the past several years, and maybe even a few in my childhood, in which I ended up in the fetal position on the floor crying for hours on end. I couldn't stop until a migraine headache set in and forced me to get myself under control to minimize the pain it was causing. Sometimes I end up in the bathroom crying at work, which has happened at all my jobs since I've been in my career. There is no prediction or consistency in when and where this will happen to me. I only know that extremely stressful conditions seem to set me off eventually. Whether it is a health concern, financial burden, a bad relationship, a deadline at work, or just noisey neighbors, I seem to ultimately lose myself and I feel completely hopeless and I break down. Are these symptoms of panic attacks? It is hard for me to distinguish one thing from another because I also suffer from depression, stress, and anxiety.
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