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How do I deal With Anxiety?

Well not to long ago I looked at a page which listed Symptoms of a seizure. Even since then Ive been stressed that Im gonna have a seizure. I’ve been getting these out of body experiences, dizziness, and headaches. What scares me the most is the out of body experiences its weird because it feels like Im not actually here, like Im in some sort of dream. This has been going on for the past 2 weeks and its really effected my life. I’ve been missing school and having trouble sleeping at night. Im only 13 so this is really scary for me, I’ve talked to my principle about it, my docter and on Monday Im going to talk to a kid’s mental health guy. I dont think Im gonna have a seizure because if was a seizure I think it would’ve already happend.

So how I do I deal with this? I can exercise because Ive got a broken leg. Anything else I could do?
Sorry bout the spelling mistakes, I think you can tell where I made them

It sounds like you would benefit by talking to a Crisis Counselor. The Boys Town National Hotline @ 1(800) 448-3000 has Crisis Counselors available 24/7 who can problem solve issues with you or provide referrals to other agencies in your area. If you would rather chat on line, go to We would be able to talk with you about how you are feeling and problem solve ways to better handle the situation that you are in. Anxiety can be managed by developing coping skills that could work for you. You mentioned that you can’t exercise, so think of other things that you can do to help take your mind off the topic of the seizures. Try listening to music, watching a movie, writing in a journal etc. These are examples of things that you can do that will get your mind out of the moment, or thinking about having seizures.

Good luck,
Counselor EA

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September 5th, 2011 at 3:59 am

Symptoms Of Anxiety Disorder In Teenagers

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Is it too late to lengthen my lifespan/get healthy?

I was raised near Detroit, where the air quality is terrible and there are many environmental toxins. As a child and teenager, my mother did not have fresh foods available and candy, pop, and McDonalds were my dietary staples. Outside was an unsafe place to be. I smoked, drank, and abused prescriptions pills. I’ve suffered from many psychological problems, including debilitating Bipolar Symptoms And Anxiety. I wonder if my Bipolar disorder was exacerbated by my unhealthy lifestyle. Now I am 20, and attending college at U of M in Ann Arbor. I have completely changed my diet and I exercise regularly. I drink a lot of green tea, have a diet rich in omega 3 fatty acids, whole grains, low fat dairy, lots of vegetables, fruits, and unprocessed foods, as well as a multivitamin supplement. I quit smoking and am substance-free.
Is it too late to detoxify my body and lengthen my lifespan?

How terrific that you are getting serious about your health at the age of 20! You are rockin’ now and well ahead of the curve. So many people take the body for granted and don’t even think about it until it’s often too late –

Yes, mental health is greatly impacted by poor diet, especially if there are food allergies present. I would definitely recommend checking out and reading the f.a.q. section on gluten, inparticular. I have seen many of our wellness center clients reduce Anxiety And Depression greatly when they begin to get allergens out of their lives.

Tea is great. It has been such a part of our wellness center that we now travel to China and import teas to sell at our shop and online. Real loose leaf tea can’t be beat.

It is never too late to take care of yourself and every little good thing you do for yourself adds up!! Insofar as mental health stuff, I would also encourage the addition of meditation and yoga. Both will help mental flexibility and yoga will also help you with physical flexibility.

We need you healthy so keep taking care of yourself and being a good example for other.

May the best of health be yours!


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August 22nd, 2011 at 10:40 pm

Anxiety Attack Symptoms In Teenagers

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Does anyone have any experience of schizophrenia Symptoms in young girls (16)?

My 16 year old daughter has been prescribed Risperdal and sertaline medication Monday 24th 09 after having some kind of breakdown/Panic Attacks/Anxiety …..she had previously been diagnosed as having adhd which i believe to be correct due to her hyper kinetic behaviour since early childhood. My daughters Psychiatrist is going down the route of paranoid schizophrenia which after a fair bit of reading/research I agree with. The problem is she has developed a very,very noticeable twitch and stutter since Mondays events and obviously being a teenager she is deeply concerned. Does anyone know if this is a temporary reaction to say her breakdown as she developed these Symptoms prior to medication…any help gratefully appreciated? :-)

I know a little but not sure I can help? I’ll try though!

My niece is 15 and was previously diagnosed with ADHD. She couldnt sit still, couldnt concentrate on anything and as yet still struggles to read and write. She was also quite violent and frustrated although I blame this on her upbringing more than ADHD, she’s been passed from pillar to post. She was one of the success stories with ritalin though, it really worked for her.

She has recently been taken into care and last week was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia rather than ADHD, or with ADHD. She was hearing voices and she was too scared to tell anyone.0 I’m desperately sorry for her but she’s getting the care and love and attention she needs and is much happier in care than at home (Its not all horror stories!)

My niece didnt develop any twitch or stutter, maybe this is contributed to the stress your daughter was feeling before that resulted in her breakdown? Or maybe she is recieving a stronger dose? Get on to your paediatrician or GP and get them onto it. Dont be scared tobe a pain, sometimes they need a push

My advice to you (I’m an autism mum), ask doctors and consultants etc to follow up in writing after your appointments, that way, if you feel you are not getting the best care for her, switch doctrs and take these documents with you so they are fully informed.
Twitching and stuttering are the bodies way of dealing with stress as a distraction sometimes from a difficult situation. But it could be more to do with the meds.

Sorry for what you and your daughter are going through, she has a great mum! With your support she can beat

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August 3rd, 2011 at 8:49 am

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