It came on almost like a switch. One day I was my happy, normal self and the next I was in a dizzy, hazy, panicky world. That was 2 months ago and after a few doctors visits, several panic attacks and an emergency room visit I'm starting to accept that this is anxiety. I'm trying to be proactive and not let things get more out of control. I've found many of the forum posts here very helpful and thought I would join. I still feel dizzy and out of it (that is the best way I can describe it, although it is a little different than actually feeling dizzy) but, for the most part, I have been able to float through panic attacks and let them pass. I still have the "something is physically wrong with me" thought pop up almost daily but I'm learning (sort of!) to let that float past me too. At least I'm trying. Its difficult and exhausting but I do feel the "layers" (as someone called it) lifting. Its just SO slow. I have a 2 year old and living this way, even for a short time (as I realize many people have these symptoms for years), is very frustrating. I hope we can help each other! Thanks for reading.