STRUGGLING DAY IN AND DAY OUT

A suffocating feeling of dread and the foreboding that affects you physically and mentally. Sometimes a person can even suffer from anxiety and panic attacks.

When you wake up every morning and it’s a struggle even getting out of bed because there is nothing to look forward to or you have to do something that you don’t want to do that day. It’s a fight battle every day, one often the hardest part in trying to hide it.

It can feel like it’s hard to breathe and your heart might be racing even if you’re sitting down. It can be very isolating when loved ones don’t understand or tell you to snap out of it.

Suffering from anxiety is like having a constant fear, even I there is nothing to be scared of, and your mind makes you feel there is always something to worry about.

A SUFFOCATING FEELING OF DREAD

It’s suffocating feeling is the dread and foreboding affects you physically and mentally. It’s a struggle to get out of bed because there is nothing to look forward to or there is something that you have to do today that you hate.

DEPRESSION

Depression is different for everyone. For me it was I don’t care about anything and I could happily just self-destruct and then and there. Some people care about everything and are convinced they have a rare type of cancer or other disease.

In either situation one can have plenty of physical sensations such as shakes and palpitations that seem to reinforce the belief that they are about to die.

Suffering from anxiety is like having a constant fear even when there’s nothing to be scared of, and your mind makes to feel like there’s always something to worry about.

Sometimes our minds over-think and dwell on things and the physical effects can be crippling from insomnia, no appetite, increased appetite, no energy. This drains our bodies even more. It seems like it’s all a vicious circle that one get out of.

But, with the will to change and just a few people who you can count on you can get out of this circle and start on a path toward the future.

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