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    Thanks folks, It looks like I only...

    Thanks folks,

    It looks like I only hyperventilate when I am concentrating hard or giving a talk, so being able to monitor it means I can stop and take a rest when the numbers are going up.

    That...
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    Anyone tried a garmin vivosmart 4

    I read that these devices have an oxygen saturation meter.

    I'd like to get an alarm every time my so2 is going up high so I can stop what I'm doing or change how I'm doing it

    Not very...
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    Sticky: Wooow wait - anxiety from vertigo is not really...

    Wooow wait - anxiety from vertigo is not really normal anxiety - you can't do anything about it - vertigo is so terrible, so life changing, so disruptive on your life, that anyone would be anxious...
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    Morphine, codeine, paracetamol, ibuprofen, cox2...

    Morphine, codeine, paracetamol, ibuprofen, cox2 inhibitors.. still in agony and sleeping all the time !

    But at least its not anxiety :)

    Its amazing how my mental health state has massively...
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    Well gosh after 8 weeks of increasing pain I...

    Well gosh after 8 weeks of increasing pain I finally went to the doctors 2 weeks ago.

    I've gone from being a very fit cyclist at the front of the chain gang to someone who can't get out of bed,...
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    Could this be caused by anxiety?

    I've had this condition gradually creeping up over the past 6 weeks. Its a shortness in my muscles in my back, hamstrings, and tendon or muscle pain in the groin area. I've gone from being a very fit...
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    Yes. I have to get the thoughts over and done...

    Yes. I have to get the thoughts over and done with, ignoring them doesn't help.
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    Yes, good point, thank you. Its still happening,...

    Yes, good point, thank you. Its still happening, but improving slowly.
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    Controlling OCD thoughts

    I'm not OCD in the sense of ritual tidying or anything like that, but I do get obsessive thoughts and whenever there's some issue coming up I can't ever stop thinking about it.

    In many situations...
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    Yes alcohol is a difficult one. Maybe once a week...

    Yes alcohol is a difficult one. Maybe once a week or two weeks there'll be a social engagement where I let my hair down a bit :--) If I want to be clever in work I've found (after much trial and...
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    I saw a private doc 6 months ago who mentioned...

    I saw a private doc 6 months ago who mentioned that my blood oxygen saturation level was 100%, and went on to discuss the implications of that in terms of hyperventilation. I didn't think much of it...
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    Thank you, that just puts everything in the right...

    Thank you, that just puts everything in the right place.

    Regarding sleep, its interesting that I was excessively tired just before this last attack, just from late drinking the night before and...
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    Thanks for the great responses. I suppose I'm...

    Thanks for the great responses.

    I suppose I'm a bit of an odd case in that firstly I don't consider myself to be anxious and I definitely do want to continue enjoying working hard, and that does...
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    Thanks, I definitely work very hard and am tired...

    Thanks, I definitely work very hard and am tired a lot of the time, but not really stressed out as such. Work is what I enjoy and it feels good to be able to work and achieve things etc etc.

    I...
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    Does this sound like an anxiety attack to you?

    I'm not new to this forum having suspected I may have anxiety related disorders in the past. But the thing I've always struggled with in terms of diagnosing that is that I'm not someone who worries,...
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    :cool: After a few days of gluten free and...

    :cool:

    After a few days of gluten free and hardly any alcohol I'm sleeping better but the palpitations and ibs symptoms etc are still there. I'll stay with it :)
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    That is an eye opener indeed I always feel bad...

    That is an eye opener indeed

    I always feel bad dumping my baggage on the internet or even spending time doing that but on here I always end up learning something useful :)
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    Thank you. Yes thankfully I am able to stop the...

    Thank you. Yes thankfully I am able to stop the booze, I had a complete night off yesterday, I'll just have one beer tonight as I think its important to taper and not shock the body with a big bang...
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    deleted :) I chickened out ;)

    deleted :)

    I chickened out ;)
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    Thanks for replying and sorry for being slow to...

    Thanks for replying and sorry for being slow to respond.

    I've already started cutting down the booze, so far so good. I don't want to quit completely but if I can just drink below recommended...
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    Help me change

    I have a lot of anxiety due to health conditions and its just the way I'm made. I've got IBS, gastric problems, menieres, arthritic neck problems and of course anxiety itself. I also have...
  23. Thread: Body Anxiety

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    Sorry I've been a bit slow to respond decently. ...

    Sorry I've been a bit slow to respond decently.

    I have a dx of meniere's disease although I'm not convinced its correct, that certainly carries a lot of anxiety : when you look on pubmed for the...
  24. Thread: Body Anxiety

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    Thanks for the info. Been away for a few days but...

    Thanks for the info. Been away for a few days but I am researching and will post back...

    thanks again
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    Body Anxiety

    Hi Folks

    I don't know if this has been asked before but I can't find it anywhere on google.

    Is there such as thing as "body anxiety" ?

    What I mean is where the body displays all the symptoms...
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