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    Panic Attacks
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    jmane1025103325 posted:
    I'm the same way everyday I worry my panic attacks are so severe that my bp will raise high for no reason at all my neck tenses up and I feel like I'm not in control of my body at all I feel,like I can't breathe cause it feels like something is stuck my attacks happen at night time and I thought it had something to do with my head cause my head hurt constant every time I take an attack I worry it's gonna be the death of me but I learn to try to keep myself calm and focused cause if not I feel like I'll lose it anyone else feel this way
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    kari54 responded:
    I think a lot of us understand. I have BP and Fibro along with tendonitus. From what I have read the attacks can come from cronic pain. I have taken myself off of the narcotics because the pain pills were not helping anymore and I did not want to take more of them to help me. That's been a year ago and now I have BAD panic attacks and I feel they are taking over my life. It really sucks, it even affects my driving.. Kari
     
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    oldie28 replied to kari54's response:
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    were you taking a narcotic (tranquilizer) AND a pain pill or one pill for both pain and panic?.what were they or it?
    is your tendonitis localised or general over your body?
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