ive ben a daily smoker for about 2 years i have not went a single day without smoking a blunt or
2 and ive ben having these bad panic attacks it sometimes feels like im having a stroke my hands and legs and jaw gets numb and i kept smoking and it kinda went away for acouple days then wen id get high i would get worse panic attacks and now i decided to stop smoking cause of all the stuff thats ben happening to me and now i feel like lifes going by to fast and i always have panic attacks i feel like i cant breathe i feel like my heart beats gunna stop i feel like im gunna choke on everything i eat or drink i want this feeling to stop i have no insurance so i cant go to a doctor i need help
I'm sorry I can't help you but here's a hubber who can http://hubpages.com/hub/Marijuana-withd … --headache
You need relaxing badly. You are perhaps buried under a pile of worries that is forcing you to smoke. Three things will give you relief sooner or later:
1. Start some Yoga and deep breathing. If you can't find help just start heavy and slow breathing on your own.
2. Find some people to talk to -- sharing is a great stress reliever.
3.Buy a brainwave entrainment audio for relaxation. This is a new technological way to relax -- all you have to do is play the audio and allow your self to relax. It is immediately effective. These audios have special beats that directly work on your brain and relax you. If you are not familiar with this technology, please read this hub
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Talk to a therapist. Talk to your doctor. Talk to anyone who is willing to work with you to help you kick the habit. Many people have done it and so can you. There are clinics that will treat you based on that charge sliding scale fees based your ability to pay
Maybe you should scan at http://hubpages.com/hub/Free-Help-stop-smoking .Feel free to ask me question
you can say that no relevant link between smoking and panic attacks except that smoking, anxiety and caffeine may predispose to panic attacks, although you should stop smoking because of it's hazards, atopping smoking will not be you major step to treat panic attacks.
panic disorder is a disease which needs first to be diagnosed and confirmed clinically and then treatment starts.
medications suchas SSRI are mood stabilizers which are used to treat panic disorder also other medications including sedatives may be used in the treatment according to the case. also sessions of cognitive behavioural therapy may be needed to help you make control on your panic attacks.
as a help to relieve the intensity of attacks try to take deep slow breathes.
as a summary you need a psychiatrist who will help you in
1- confrm the diagnosis of panic disorder
2-prescribe youthe suitable medications.
3-asses if you need sessions of cognitive behavioural therapy.
also you need a psychological support from your family
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