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Diet & panic attacks?Do you feel that diet is related to your panic attacks?

Diet & panic attacks?

Do you feel that diet is related to your panic attacks?

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anxiety and AdhdMy son hase been on Synaptol for two weeks and he feels much better and is defintely able to concentrate…

anxiety and Adhd

My son hase been on Synaptol for two weeks and he feels much better and is defintely able to concentrate at school and complete his work. The teachers are impressed with his change in behavior as well. I have also noticed that he does fall asleep easier and sleeps better as well. I am still concerned with social anxiety, he has and still is very sensitive to loud noises and negative or so called bullying from others and is unable to just shrug it off, unfortunately he uses foul laguage to let out his frustration with others.  I am wondering if I should combine his synaptol with Anxyetin? He is taking the Synaptol twice a day at this point. Than you,   Silver

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Pure Power of WillSo often we hear about the newest and most revolutionary drug that will solve all of your anxiety issues. We…

Pure Power of Will

So often we hear about the newest and most revolutionary drug that will solve all of your anxiety issues. We hear about them and tend to start analyzing whether we suffer from anxiety issues, some of us come to the conclusion that we do and absolutely need the drug, others do not. My question is this: Is there anyone out there who has conquered their anxiety by pure power of will alone? I'm not talking about worry, but a full blown panic attack. Weigh in below...

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Comorbidity?For the last few years, I've always thought that maybe my symptoms were associated with clinical depression and some sort…

Comorbidity?

For the last few years, I've always thought that maybe my symptoms were associated with clinical depression and some sort of anxiety disorder. Now I'm thinking that perhaps I may actually have ADD/ADHD, since the symptoms I've been experiencing fit so smoothly. I've always been very obnoxious in class, though once I realize I've shouted out my opinion I get rather embarrassed and tell myself I won't do it again... Then I do. I'm always losing and forgetting things, and my room's a downright disaster zone. My teachers don't really treat me any differently than the other kids, mainly because I usually can do well enough on my own, and my mother just thinks I'm either lazy or something similar. I always feel like there's something bothering me, and often times there is, even if it's something considered "small." When I was younger, I used to have fits of anger/frustration over something as simple as not finding my pencil, and as I grew older I suppose these outward impulses became more introverted, probably explaining why I constantly blame myself for everything and have attempted suicide several times due to not being happy with myself. My question is... Is it possible to have both ADD/ADHD, severe depression, and anxiety at the same time? If so, how can I get help for not just one, but all of these? I've been through CBT and have a therapist and medication... But there are days when that's just not enough.

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