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Hi i had a really bad panic attack on monday it lasted for

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Hi i had a really bad panic attack on monday it lasted for 24 h i was crying in the end .
Then it went away and i was in a fantastic mood all week long, now i had to go to a party and somebody stressed me quite a bit and i started feeling a panic attack coming so i took a half of inderal to relax which made it worse , i tried to not tjink of it and just go to a party but as soon as i sat in a car i straight away felt like i was gna throw up and have a massive attack. I cam home and broke down in the uncontrolleble crying hysteric . Just got better and feel more relaxed and over it. What was it!!!! I wanna cry only thinking about how strange my nervious system reacted and messed my plans!
Hi--panic attacks can just hit someone out of the blue for no reason at all. The inderal is fine for the physical symptoms--sweating, rapid heart rate, flushing--but if this is a frequent problem for you a daily dose of an SSRI like Zoloft should be very effective in stopping this
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Ok but why did i start crying out of a blue for 30 min?
Not unusual for a panic attack but you may also be suffering from bipolar disorder. Zoloft works very well for that too
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Zolofir causes severe panic attacks. And suicidal thoughts iv just been told
Not very often and there are other SSRI's like Effexor and Celexa--at least ask your doctor about those
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