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Shock and anxiety - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hi there
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :  
How can I help you?
User :  
I was curious if one can have shock
User :  
due to an instance of such extreme joy
User :  
like something that they would never thought that would happen to them like win 0000$
Doctor :   How do you describe a shock that youa re speaking

User :  
and have a sort of shock from that
User :   well, like everytime Im around the thing that caused this shock i get nervious shakey confused

User :  
kind of disoriented
User :  
forgetfull
Doctor :  
It is anxiety
User :  
ive been anxious since it happened.
User :  
kinda
User :  
but no clue as to why I would be anxious
User :  
its a good thing right
User :  
but its just like I couldnt fathom something this good happening to me that now im kinda freaked out by it.
Doctor :  
Yes
Doctor :  
Shock can happen with joy
Doctor :  
This is a possibility
Doctor :  
But do not worry
Doctor :  
this is not a disease
User :   ok, so what do I do to straighten myself out
Doctor :  
It is overjoy \
User :  
so Im so overexcited that Im freaking out
User :  
???
User :  
does it last very long?
Doctor :  
Yes might be a good reason to say

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