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Is Gluten The Reason For Anxiety, Depression, Fatigue And Panic Attacks


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#16 medaevalmom

 
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Posted 18 January 2013 - 05:35 AM

I am sorry Ì don`t have much to offer, as I am so new to this ... but May I suggest that along with the great advice i have read, you may be stressing?
From what I read, you may be (only speculating here) working yourself up a bit over the possibilities of problems, nervousness about starting college (and all that goes with it), fear of being sick again, fear that you will hav esetbacks by cross contamination... etc... all this could be combining so that you feel overwhelmed by it all. See, your brain and body are intricately linked.
I suggest you take it one step at a time, one day at a time, and try to first get in the right frame of mind.
Our thoughts and feelings work with or against our bodies. Problems with one lead to problems with the other and so on. In my experience, the best place to start is with our heart. Take a breath. Relax.

Exodus 33;14

First, work on letting go of the stress and the fears; then work on the body.
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