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Panic and anxiety attacks, tunnel blurred vision, increased heart rate. What could this be?

I ve been having really bad panic, anxiety attacks , with tunnel blurred vision , almost as if you were in third person mode, i had a bad incident 3 weeks ago where i was pure pressured into trying cocaine, i later found out it was cut with novacaine, the day after i had a massive panic attack and was in an ambulance almost everyday, even once when i was in Cancun, Mexico for vacation last week everyday when i get up i ll have blurred unfocused vision all day, followed by increased heart rate and a panic feeling as if i m going to die, i m kind of curious if anyone know s what this could be and what would be recommended at this point to help it.
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I understand your concerns. Having panic attacks, tunnel blurred vision and heart rate are related to your use of meth and signs of acute intoxication. I also believe that you may be using this meth to the point where you are dependent on it, since you have a history of continued use. Please consult a psychiatrist who can diagnose the problem and give you medications as soon as possible, before the condition becomes life threatening.

I hope this helps. Take care of yourself and have a lovely day!
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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