Does anyone else find that once your adrenaline gets going you can't stop it? I used to be a waitress and I hated busy times because I would run like crazy, then shake for the next three hours. I found that if I hurried myself past what I felt was natural I would drop things, run into things and make mistakes, so I was always telling my boss I could do it fast or I could do it right but she wasn't getting both. It is normal for PTSD to lose control when the adrenaline kicks in? Someone mentioned a drug that blocks it, has this helped anyone in a similar situation? I'm just so tired of having to live life at a snail's pace because once I pick it up I can't stop. Sometimes it actually makes me sick.
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