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    hangover anxiety
    hannahxxx posted:
    I have been having the exact same problem. I used to get a mild anxiety each time I had a hangover but it was always something I could deal with. But one day, I had a terrible hangover and therefore terrible anxiety. I felt dizzy, light headed, blurry vision, out of touch with the real world, and just terrified. The worst thing is that when I was having these terrible anxiety episodes that day I began to self talk and would question myself, "what if this doesn't go away". Now, each morning I wake up with horrible anxiety and more or less the same anxiety symptoms that I had that first day. So Terrible.
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    hannahxxx responded:
    Just wondering if anyone else has these same problems??
    An_259155 responded:
    Sounds like it's time for AA

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