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Severe anxiety, fear of everything, always inactive, like to be aloof. How can I overcome this?

Hello I m 19 years old and I have been having serious anxiety fear of life being me and everything this is a fear I have never happen I can t get my mind off things this anixety and fear has me not feeling like myself is this a serious problem or is this part of being 19 I haven t been active in any type of things since I gave moved 3 years ago from my friends I have fought anybody tht I feel fun around for 3 whole years I been inside but this fear of everything and have anxiety over everything I dnt like it
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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hi Dylan, your symptoms looks like you might be experiencing depersonalization syndrome, which could have been due to so many conditions. 1st of all you have to get your self engaged in some kind of work, like study/play/talking with some one/ any thing which you like to do. learning meditation might help.
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