I don't understand how I can be so tired all of the time, sleep easily during the day, but night time is so hard for me. During the day, it is hard to piece two words together but I go on high alert at night.
I did change time zones recently, but not significantly. I am in Thailand for a conference and will be home in the USA (for better or worse) on Sunday.
Just some night-time rambles. Feeling frustrated with this sleep thing. And sad with the outcome of my time in China and having to re-hash is repeatedly in this conference setting is making it more painful. I have just been grouping my PTSD struggle during time in China with my other health struggles. Is that wrong? I don't want to explain my PTSD a bunch of times. I don't really think it would be healthy to explain it to everyone.
Hi guys, I've recently been diagnosed with panic disorder. I had my first panic attack in the middle of March this year. It took me a while to accept it was anxiety because since then I've been experiencing crazy physical symptoms. But after seeing so many doctors and specialist I have finally accepted it is a panic disorder. But obviously I still have that doubt in the back of my mind. Could...
I've had small panic attacks before, but the one I suffered a few weeks ago, has left me traumatised, I literally thought I was dying that night, my whole body expelled all water through sweat, my mouth went completely dry, lips cracked, couldn't breathe, felt like I was going to be sick, then I ended up in the floor of the bathroom where I lay thinking I was going to die. Since then i have never...