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I Feel like I'm on the verge of depression. What can I do to stop it?

A: If u go to the dr they can give u a natural herb for anxiety or meds for depression...


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Depressed

A: I have no pearl of wisdom that could ever save you. The power to save you is always with you. It scares me to think that you"ve thought about suicide. You"re graduation high school? It is not uncommon at all for people to feel alone after high school. I am no longer in touch with anyone from my class. If you"ve had thoughts of suicide I would consider finding a counceler out in the community or call a 1800 counceling service to get someone to talk to. That has helped me in the past to have someone to talk to, and without the anxiety of talking to someone in person and fearing that they might be judging me somehow. You do deserve to feel better and depression can be very hard. I"ve been through times when I"ve been too depressed to study, eat, wash my clothes, or...


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The Signs and Symptoms of Panic Attacks in Young Children

A: anxiety in Children Some anxiety in life is perfectly normal and kids go through different phases of it for different reasons. For example, toddlers will usually experience separation anxiety when parents leave for a little while. Toddlers and young children from 3-5 usually develop fears of the dark, monsters or bugs. Shy kids will withdraw from new activities, people and situations. Tweens and teens start to develop fears of death, injury and public speaking. These are all "normal" anxieties kids will most likely experience. However, some children (10-15%, according to Merck) will experience an anxiety disorder. This could include panic disorder, post traumatic stress disorder,...


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Is xanax right for me?Please serve?

A: xananx is better taken for panic attacks. i have a lot of problems sleeping to because my mind be always race. my doctor gave me trazadone, which i rob before i move about to sleep. it works amazingly well. it shuts my brain up and help me go to sleep, and STAY asleep you said you are have a problem with nerves, etc. it sounds to me similar to you have an anxiety disorder. here are some symptoms: Feelings of frenzy, fear and disquiet Uncontrollable, obsessive thoughts Repeated thoughts or flashbacks of traumatic experiences Nightmares Ritualistic behaviors, such as repeated appendage washing Problems sleeping Cold or sweaty hand Shortness of breath Palpitations An inability to be still and calm Dry mouth Numbness or tingling contained by the hands or foot Nausea...


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Should I get real help?

A: Well, Amber, It"s not so much that you need help, but that after all you"ve been through, you"re entitled to it! Your mom was right in that psychotherapy can do only so much, and that it doesn"t help every person with every problem. But you are so overwhelmed with so many serious issues that you really should take advantage of what"s available. I think a clinical social worker could help you straighten out your life (where to live, what to do, how to handle the changes) and a clinical psychologist can teach you how to cope with your psychological concerns. They are not going to come to you. Please take the initiative no matter how hard it is to make the first call. You could look up Mental Health Clinics in the Yellow Pages, or the Help Line in the...


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Do I hold paranoid character disorder?

A: Those are some of the symptoms of paranoid personality disorder, however, the singular one qualified to diagnose this is a therapist experienced beside this disorder. You are crazy. Yes you have paranoid self-esteem disorder, but fear not, so does every other woman alive.don''t verbs, most people believe that others are "looking" at them. if you focus on this issue, afterwards you will truly believe that you are paranoid, but you need to stop focusing on it. homily to some friends when in public or relish the weather. try not thinking about society being out to bring you because it will help you obtain passed your fears. good luck and own a nice day!no in recent times insecurity and puplic anxiety...http://sensitive-psychoworld.blogspot.co...I have and...


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Doubt about getting help, which kind of doctor?

A: You cant just make an appt with a doctor on your own anyway; you must go through your regular doctor for a referral to a specialist that he thinks is the best way to go. These two conditions that you mention SAD, which is a seasonal affective disorder whereby a person becomes depressed a particular time of the year, every year, same time. AvPD is avoidant personality disorder which displays a pattern odf social inhibition, in other words, feelings of inadequacy in a social environment. You could not have known about these two disorders without going through the net and reading and picking them out. You have no idea that is what is wrong with you. Start with your own doctor, talk, explain how you feel and let him make an imformed decision on...


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How can I help a friend with the fear of crowds when he is too afraid to see a doctor

A: Colleen   Thank you for your question and welcome to anxietyConnection.com.   I am not a medical professional and would not be able to give you medical advice.   It is wonderful that your friend has someone in his life that cares and wants to help and support him.   Would your friend allow you to go with him to the doctor and help explain what he is feeling? If not, maybe you can help him write down some statements that he can bring with him to the doctor. If he has difficulty expressing his thoughts, having them written down ahead of time may help him.   Keeping a diary or journal of anxiety symptoms, including the situations that cause anxiety can help the doctor better...


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Am I autistic - please help me determine?

A: It's possible, but you've mostly just talked about social issues. These are a fundamental part of autism, but there's a lot more to it than that. Other symptoms include obsessive interests (which you did mention - do you think your current interests qualify as obsessive?), need for routine, repetitive behaviors, poor motor coordination, and abnormal sensory processing. There is also a speech delay in autism but not Asperger's syndrome (a mild form of autism). If you don't have at least some of these symptoms, then you probably do not have autism. social anxiety disorder is much more likely in this case. But if you do have these other symptoms, then it could be autism or Asperger's. If...


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Extreme insecurity

A: Hi, Welcome to the forum. I am really glad to help you out. Your concern is regarding the anxiety and depression that you are having. From your symptoms, it is not clear whether you are suffering from depression or generalized anxiety disorder. While depression is a mental disorder characterized by a pervasive low mood, loss of interest in usual activities and diminished ability to experience pleasure, generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is an anxiety disorder characterized by chronic anxiety, exaggerated worry and tension, even when there is little or nothing to provoke it. I suggest you to consult a psychiatrist as a psychological session and physical examination...


 
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