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Anxiety Attacks? user banned
20th Dec '12

What are they like for you?



After the crying and hyperventilating was over I became really shaky. My teeth were clattering and my neck was jumping. Does that happen to you?



I'm thinking last night's attack was really bad because I needed a nap today after sleeping for 6 hours and I usually only need five hours. :shock:

CaseyCrump Due January 28 (girl); 1 child; North Carolina 68 posts
20th Dec '12

Before I was pregnant with my first I was on xanax for panic attacks. When I found out I was pregnant I trashed htem immediately. I had times where it was extrememly rough dealing with them. I eventually found out I could "talk myself out of them." Mind over matter, I guess. When that didn't work I would take benedryl since its safe during pregnancy. When I would have one it would feel like I couldn't breathe and I couldn't focus and I would become really shakey. After the birth of my daughter they completely went away. I guess since I created another way of dealing with them rather than taking a nerve pill.

Renegade♥ 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Indian Rocks Beach, FL, United States 5471 posts
20th Dec '12
Quoting H&Cai:" What are they like for you? After the crying and hyperventilating was over I became really shaky. My ... [snip!] ... attack was really bad because I needed a nap today after sleeping for 6 hours and I usually only need five hours. :shock:"


thats how mine normally are. i normally get really tired afterward. if i dont hyperventilate to the point of passing out , ill fall asleep alot of the time soon after.