Feb
26

Anxiety and Panic Attacks – My Story

Posted by Debankur Banerjee Comments (22)

I’ve been dealing with anxiety and panic attacks for a good part of my life now, and I thought that if I shared my story, it might help someone else going th…

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22 Responses to “Anxiety and Panic Attacks – My Story”

  1. joshua wilcox says:

    think she doesint even have panic attacks she just wants to be like zoella

  2. Jorge Jimenez says:

    I can relate to your story on many ways. I began experiencing intense
    anxiety a year ago due to abuse of psychedelic drugs, mostly weed. Ive
    suffering from the post acute withdrawal state and anxiety has been present
    with me 24/7. Some episodes are worse than others. Ive been getting many
    irrational and disturbing thoughts popping into my head every time about
    human existence in general. Totally irrational but I cant take it out of my
    head sometimes… Music is my cure 🙂 Im a drummer. And btw you are
    amazingly beautiful

  3. Tom Lomas says:

    The good news here! It’s possible to treat your panic disorder quickly by
    using organic method, eliminate the root cause of your issue

  4. Cris S says:

    Hi….. I also have anxiety and know exactly how you feel. Mine seems to
    come in the night for me as well. Thanks for sharing ;)

  5. NYpsycho81 says:

    And u spoke fine I understand everything u mention cuz I feel the same u
    spoke fine, so please make more vids. It made me feel better tonight as I
    was having a panic attack.

  6. NYpsycho81 says:

    I’m sorry for whatever happend to u. I have at least 1 panic attack a day
    iv had them for 12 years. I feel like I will never have a life like I used
    to “normal”. I know what u mean by I don’t want to be this person. I wish I
    could just be someone els. Even when I do go do anything it’s like I’m just
    pretending I’m like everyone els. Keep fighting I still am. It’s all we can
    do till we are us again….

  7. adam adrain jeffery says:

    i get mines in daytime not too often at night,,, mines triggered a lot i
    think because every ache or pain I have my mind always goes to the absolute
    worse scenario and the adrenaline starts, the shaky legs, hot flushes,
    dizziness.. and rush of terror. ive been dealing with this since 2005
    off/on. thanks for sharing

  8. olivia styles says:

    i can get them anytime, like i get stressed then have them, like its over
    netball training if we lose:/ its horrible

  9. Brian Bostic says:

    Breaks my heart to hear the struggle but way to be successful in overcoming
    the anxiety! Don’t give up, it gets better! In fact, if you work at it
    enough and find those root causes and root them out, the majority of your
    struggle will vanish. Will you still struggle, I do, but I don’t even
    consider it a struggle compared to what it was. Keep fighting! 

  10. amber CL says:

    Your fear of scorpions is not silly. I have been stung twice and it fricken
    hurts. It sounds like you are suffering from an OCD disorder as well. I
    would recommend going to a doctor and seeing about getting on a regimen of
    some kind of medication for ocd and panic disorders. Also look into
    Cognitive Behavior Therapy to help with that as well. Or look into natural
    remedies. Whatever you believe in. Its a real thing and you have nothing to
    apologize for. Its not your fault and its definitely not something anyone
    would chose to have if they had a choice. I sufffer from many of these
    issues myself so I completely understand your fears. dont lose hope chica,
    there is help out there. There are so many different ways to help so if one
    way doesnt work, keep looking. You are not alone, there are soo many people
    out there that have these issues as well. You are not silly or dumb.
    Surround yourself with those who understand and dont bring you down. Stay
    strong! Best wishes to you.

  11. olivia styles says:

    i get panic attacks too;/

  12. ifeeldevine says:

    I just started happening to me last week. I thought I was having a heart
    attack. I was so scared. I started pacing back and forth. just so scared. I
    called the ambulance. I really thought I was going to die.

  13. Tamara Ortiz says:

    SALMO 121:1-2 ALZARE MIS OJOS A LOS MONTES. DE DONDE VENDRA MI SOCORRO. MI
    SOCORRO VIENE DE JEHOVA QUE HIZO LOS CIELOS Y LA TIERRA. 5-10 JEHOVA ES TU
    GUARDADOR. JEHOVA ES TU SOMBRA A TU MANO DERECHA. EL SOL NO TE FATIGARA DE
    DIA NI LA LUNA DE NOCHE. JEHOVA TE GUARDARA DE TODO MAL, EL GUARDARA TU
    ALMA. JEHOVA GUARDARA TU SALIDA Y TU ENTRADA DESDE AHORA Y PARA SIEMPRE.
    AMEN

  14. TJE1961 says:

    First I want to say after listening to your I Can Only Imagine video (
    Such a beautiful voice you have) I searched your videos for more, when I
    found this one. I haven’t had any panic attacks for a long time, but I
    still suffer from some major anxiety attacks. I have had these for as long
    as I can remember.except my anxiety attacks not only happen at night but
    when I’m in a crowded area, driving in the car, watching TV pretty much
    anywhere.

  15. TJE1961 says:

    Talk to a professional if you need too when I was young that was taboo, now
    looking back I wish that option was made available to me back then. Stay
    strong and don’t ever stop fighting.

  16. suethomasfanatic says:

    with something that no one else can see, hear or feel, unless they’re going
    through the exact same thing. I’m sorry about the long and multiple
    comments on here, and you’re going to have to read them from bottom to top
    to have them make sense, but I didn’t want to reply on FB because I’m not
    ready to share my story with everyone yet. I love you for posting this and
    for coming to terms with it. You’re amazing, and I have always thought so.
    Stay strong and positive. Love ya! Lindz Lou

  17. TJE1961 says:

    All of these problems go back too when I was a kid. I wish I could tell
    you something that’s going to make it easier, but you have already said it
    yourself and that is NOT TO LIVE IN THE PAST. Please believe me that is not
    a road you ever want to take because once you get on it it’s hard getting
    off and can lead to all kinds of addictions. You seem like an Intelligent
    young Lady and already know the dangers find support with God and your
    Family.

  18. suethomasfanatic says:

    Hey Beautiful, I really appreciate your video. I actually get panic attacks
    quite a bit, and at first I didn’t know what was causing them, especially
    back in high school, and I actually didn’t know what was going on or why I
    felt the way I did. Then, years later, I realized that they were from
    stress and so I found ways to cope, mostly by listening to Tchaikovsky
    because he relaxed me and the attacks went away. Now I get them again
    because I have hearing issues, tinnitus, vertigo, sharp

  19. suethomasfanatic says:

    ear pains and other symptoms, but I’ve been to an audiologist three times
    and they all say everything is perfectly fine. I get panic attacks at night
    when I sit there and think about the direction my life could go if I ever
    lost my hearing and couldn’t do anything with my music anymore. I have
    found that when I work in or near the freezers or coolers at work, I
    completely lose my hearing in my right ear, which makes me panic and causes
    me pain. This makes me completely terrified of the cold

  20. Tamara Ortiz says:

    Filipences 4:13 TODO LO PUEDES EN CRISTO QUE TE FORTALECE ISAIAS 41:9-10
    PORQUE TE TOME DE LOS CONFINES DE LA TIERRA,DE TIERRAS LEJANAS TE LLAME, Y
    TE DIJE: MI SIERVO ERES TU; TE ESCOGI, Y NO TE DESECHE. NO TEMAS, PORQUE YO
    ESTOY CONTIGO; NO DESMAYES, PORQUE YO SOY TU DIOS QUE TE ESFUERZO; SIEMPRE
    TE AYUDARE, SIEMPRE TE SUSTENTARE CON LA DIESTRA DE MI JUSTICIA Salmo 23:4
    AUNQUE ANDE EN VALLE DE SOMBRA DE MUERTE, NO TEMERE MAL ALGUNO, PORQUE TU
    ESTARAS CONMIGO

  21. ZackXGaurdian says:

    all the advice i have to give to anyone who suffers to anything is the more
    u find things to distract the more ways around having the symptoms i went
    deaf in both my ears for 3 months. and it used to cause me to become
    depressed bla bla and doc’s couldnt help cause they had no idea of the
    cause of the issue.. but i found somthing to keep me occupied for me thats
    gaming u dont need to Hear a game to play it (1st month) and played for 2
    months and i wake up and i can hear again.. awsome 🙂 xx

  22. suethomasfanatic says:

    and of freezers, which is a silly thing to be afraid of. I put on a facade
    for everyone because I need to go to work and school and be normal and
    functional, but no one sees the hurt and difficult times I go through when
    they aren’t looking. No one gets it because I seem normal so I must be
    normal. It doesn’t look like there’s something wrong with me, so I must be
    faking it when it gets so bad that I can’t quite keep the facade up and
    some of my symptoms show through. It’s difficult living

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