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Jan
31

Can you die from anxiety and stress?

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I feel like my body is going to give up fighting.. from it. I have panic attacks every day and im always fighting being anxious. I always feel sick and fatigued. I feel like I'm slowly dying.. I'm bed bound I can't even walk without having an attack. will this kill me over time?

Sounds like you need to be hospitalized for anxiety and stress. My husband had a similar condition to what you describe. He had panic attacks every day and was always anxious and feeling sick. I am sorry to say he committed suicide last June and I often think of how he would have gotten better if he got treatment.

Right now if I were you, I would go to the Emergency Room and get some medication and a referral to a doctor and make an appointment. Don't wait as this is very serious. God bless you!

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8 Comments

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It can kill you if you don't get help. Stress and anxiety should be treated.
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Yeah, heart attacks and ulcers can kill you, and they can be caused by stress
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Yes you can die from it. Continuously having stress and anxiety has been known to kill people because they haven't gotten help for it. I get panic attacks but only when I am afraid. You are bed ridden so you should really get help because this is very dangerous because no one should be bed ridden. If you think about it, many very obese people and sick people are bed ridden. You are more than likely healthy. So get help immediately.
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I used to have "anxiety" very bad. I would have panic attacks at the grocery store, movie theater, resturaunts, etc. I would have to leave those places asap. Before I knew what it was, I went to an Emergency Hospital and they sent me right back to see the doctor. He thought I might have something wrong with my heart but thank God, i didn't, The feeling like you are going to die can cause it even more. The doctors prescribed me anxiety medicine but I researched and decided it was a "mind over matter" situation. I started thanking God for things in my life and my life. I started praising Him for healing me and I chose to believe He had. It took time to get over it but I believe God healed me. I appreciate being able to go to the grocery store and places like that. The thing with anxiety is that people that don't have it, don't believe or know how bad it really is. Start thanking God all through out the day, read the Bible and believe what it says about healing. Talk to some one and get help. Not to scare you but yes, people die from anxiety.
I had it very bad but I am still alive and no longer have it. I am so thankful to God Almighty Lord Jesus Christ forever and always for healing me. I believe He will heal you too. I will keep you in my prayers. I am sorry you are going through this. You are a lot stronger than you know. God is with you always. Good luck and God bless you. Email me if I can help you. Do not give up.
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u should really try to get help. if u need someone to talk i'm on aim or yahoo messenger and my screename is TheBTPYoda.
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Sounds like you need to be hospitalized for anxiety and stress. My husband had a similar condition to what you describe. He had panic attacks every day and was always anxious and feeling sick. I am sorry to say he committed suicide last June and I often think of how he would have gotten better if he got treatment.

Right now if I were you, I would go to the Emergency Room and get some medication and a referral to a doctor and make an appointment. Don't wait as this is very serious. God bless you!
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Sydney and Anca are LOSERS
January 24th, 2009 at 8:31 pm

u could get a heart attack
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for more information check this link

http://generalclick.blogspot.com/2009/01/panic-away.html
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