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Am I suffering from Anxiety/Asthma/Panic attacks?

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Earlier this year I suffered bereavement and a separate, very traumatic experience (my best friend was stabbed and raped). Shortly after this I contracted Labyrinthitis which I believe was directly related to my experiences.

More recently I have been suffering from shortness of breath, nausea, appetite loss and anxiety. This anxiety is usually a social anxiety: that my housemates are selfish and don't care for me and that they are making plans without me etc. I have a loving family and boyfriend but this anxiety overrides all that and is coupled with my physical symptoms. Can somebody suggest whether it is anxiety/panic attacks/asthma or anything else that I may be suffering from? Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you!
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replied November 1st, 2012
It sounds like anxiety to me... Those are usually the symptoms I get when I am extremely stressed out or nervous for something. Those two things are my triggers...
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replied November 1st, 2012
It sounds like anxiety to me... Those are usually the symptoms I get when I am extremely stressed out or nervous for something. Those two things are my triggers...
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replied November 3rd, 2012
you need to see your doctor
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replied November 4th, 2012
You are having panic attacks hun and need to see a psychologist asap so you can begin to learn how to heal. All the best
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