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    early morning waking with panic
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    chteacher posted:
    I am currently taking trintellix and xanax, prescribed by my internist. I have an appointment in a fe months with a psychiatrist. I have been diagnosed with dysthymic disorder in the past and have a family history of mental health issues. I am currently waking at about 4 in the morning, heart beating fast and in a panic. I'm wondering what kinds of things I can do when it happens. Any ideas?

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