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Suffer form anxiety and panic attacks, high heart rate. Pain in the ovaries and fatigue. Solution?

I am female and I have had a history of bad anxiety. Such as panic attacks randomly with high heart rate feeling of throat closing shakes cold sweat and feeling that I am dying. Also when I tried to sleep the moment I would doze off i would wake in panic with the feeling I had stopped breathing until the point I would fear going to sleep. I stopped going out anywhere if I could because I would sweat an get light headed around people. I have done many tests in the past such as stress tests and tests on my heart. After so long of nobody giving me answers I just delt with it. Now it is not as bad as it was but now it more small things all the time like pressure in my head with a lot of headaches and feeling of my throat closing while I eat or choking. When I lay down to sleep I feel like my throat is closing and places with a lot of people I still get nervous and sweat and sometimes even have to walk out. But suddenly I feel extra moody and sad over everything. I feel very very tired and weak all the time food doesn't give me much interest and I have no interest in sexual activity what's so ever also have had pain in my ovary area as well as cramps. Please give me an idea of what's wrong?
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
Be happy. Your anxiety is clearly curable.
You are suffering from generalized anxiety disorder
A lot of people suffer from the same problem
Meditation, yoga and psychotherapy can help
Meditation and yoga can streamline your body metabolism and thoughts
Psychotherapy can streamline your life style
Change in lifestyle can cure your anxiety to a large extent
Consult a qualified psychologist immediately
Wish you a speedy recovery
Answered: Sat, 4 May 2013
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