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Jade2012 posted:
Hello Everyone,
Haven't been on in awhile but I've thought about you all while I've been away. Patrick, the girls & I took a long overdue family vacation in Nassau, Bahamas & had a wonderful time - so relaxing. Wish I was back on that beach with a dacquiri in my hand. Back to reality now though. Having a tough time this week with my anxiety. I feel like its getting worse & I don't understand it where I've been on a nice relaxing vacation. I have lorazepam if I need it - I normally don't like to take it unless I absolutely have to....Patrick is telling me I NEED to take it. One thing I've noticed is that I have tremors that are pretty noticeable. Probably because of the increased anxiety?
Peace to all of you,
~Jade
In helping others we shall help ourselves, for whatever good we give out completes the circle and comes back to us. - Flora Edwards
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Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Jade,

Your vacation sounds lovely!

I'm sorry to hear you're back to the anxiety now. I don't know if the tremors are part of your anxiety or not but if these are new for you, do discuss them with your doctor.

Can you do some deep breathing exercises? Get outside for a walk? Meditation? Etc.
You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.
~Christopher Robin to Pooh
 
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lovely_lemon_tree replied to Caprice_WebMD_Staff's response:
I would join you in the Bahamas! Sounds wonderful.


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