I am experiencing abdominal pain and feeling anxious (worsened by: psychological stress). Chest pain and discomfort. Severe panic attacks.

Pain & Panic. Please see your doc to rule out or identify medical conditions. Then please see a mental health pro like a clinical psychologist who specializes in mood disorders. Panic attacks are treatable. See www.relaxationresponse.org for some self-help. Peace and good health.

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I am experiencing feeling anxious (worsened by: psychological stress), panic attack, chest pain or discomfort (quality: feels sharp or stabbing, . ..

Anxiety. Please visit your doctor to make sure all is well physically. Then see a mental health pro such as a clinical psychologist who specializes in anxiety / panic. It is a very treatable situation. You can learn skills to manage this. Peace and good health. Read more...

I'm suffering from anxiety and panic attacks. I got my heart checked (ecg, ekg, and stress test) the results were perfect. But I still get chest pains.

CP happens with it. Chest pain is often a symptom of anxiety. Anxiety can mimic other physical and psychiatric problems. Monitor your breathing at the onset of chest pain, and take control with slow deep diaphragmatic breathing. Smoking makes anxiety symptoms worse. Tthis could result from heartburn from GI sources, especially with fatty & spicey foods. Medications and CBT psychotherapy help anxiety. Read more...
Control panic attack. If the work up is negative, you KNOW the chest pain is NOT coming from the heart!! There are multiple other causes for chest pain but none will kill you. Forget about further work up and concentrate on treating/ controlling panic attacks. Read more...

I am experiencing feeling anxious (worsened by: psychological stress), panic attack and loss of temper. I also have an over active thyroid?

Hyperthyroidism. Hyperthyroidism may be contributing to your anxiety/panic and temper problems. So, thyroid issues should be corrected. However, I would not let that prevent you from getting behavioral health help in the meantime. You would likely still benefit from psychotherapy and possibly psychotropic medications. Read more...

I am experiencing feeling anxious (worsened by: psychological stress) and panic attack. The following also describe me: Irritability, Feeling dep...

Panic can manifest. In many ways and magnify small symptoms into big ones. Please have your doc examine you to rule out underlying medical conditions and then see a mental health professional who specializes in panic attacks. They are very treatable. Qigong, yoga, breathing exercises, meditation are also useful tools to empower you. Peace and good health. Read more...

I quit smoking 2 weeks ago. I have increased anxiety, feeling detached, vertigo, chest pains, shortness of breath, and panic attacks. Normal or worry?

Consult your MD. It seems you are going through nicotine withdrawl and need some help to cope with it.You may need alternate source of nicotine and may be therapy as well do not start smoking now you have taken a bold step to quit smoking.And good luck. Read more...
Disease of Addiction. This is your addict brain trying to get you to restart smoking. This is normal and is known as withdrawal. Please do not let these symptoms, which will subside, take you back to smoking. Read more...

I am suffering from panic attacks, chest pains and fatigue. I am under a lot of stress recently, but I don't believe that's the cause. Any help?

A few causes such as. Chest pains in a 16 year old wouldn't be from anything cardiac such as a heart attack. Fatigue can be due to stress, anemia, poor diet, inactivity or thyroid issues. Panic attacks don't happen from anything except from anxiety/stress. I think blood tests checking for anemia and thyroid issues might help you rule out other causes. Read more...

Dizziness, stomach pain and nape pain, chestpain, panic attacks, anxiety at night, I woke up from sleep with very dry throat what can be the cause?

Get evaluated. If a physical does not reveal any medical problems, all of your symptoms point to anxiety. It would be helpful to figure out what is worrying you such as a change in routine/location, a loss, new job, etc. It sounds like this is a recent development so your first step is to talk with a counselor to iidentify stress and learn relaxation techniques. You can add medicine if needed. . Read more...

How to treat anxiety panic attacks and costochondritis simultaneously? (already taking paroxetine 10mg daily since 3 weeks but chest pains continue.)

Anxiety . Believe me when i say "i know what you are going through." i suggest to check with your physician closely. He may consider adjusting the dose or adding another medication to work along with the paroxetine (perhaps a beta blocker or low dose benzodiazepine). If costochondritis still limits you, discuss with your doctor to see if an anti inflammatory medication is indicated. Hope you get well soon. Read more...