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Yeah I assume others get this, but due freaking out I think I'm going to sleep on the couch tonight. Just because I found one worm crawling on my bed (and god, who knows how many of those live in everyones house). I went through all my quilts (both sides), and there are no more, but I'm still seriously like freaking out. Those anxiety, panic attacks, and restlessness symptoms are definitely kicking in right now.

I'm tired, but I dont want to sleep because I'm scared something is going to come crawling on me during the night. I know its one stupid bug, yet I'm still definitely having panic attack. :o

Help...

Who else gets this, please tell me i'm not the only one...

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You're not the only one. Hang in there!!!

I had a similar experience and for me it took medicine to help me out but I don't suggest that for others unless you're already under a dr.'s care who advises it. Mine did and for a long time I refused. I tried every natural anti-anxiety/depression cure out there. My anxiety attacks would mainly include feeling like I couldn't breathe, could hear my own heartbeat, dizziness, nausea, and I would have these odd, weird, morbid dreams of death and dying. I was paranoid, but only about going out in public!! I was NEVER like this before going gluten-free. I think taking wheat out of your diet can cause a multitude of problems for some of us. Even though my stomach got better, these anxiety symptoms got bad after going gluten-free for some reason.

If you want to go natural you can try Gaba or 5-HTP, both of which you can find at any natural foods/vitamins store. You can also try relaxation/meditation/yoga type stuff. I did all of this for months to no avail but it has helped others.

Mine must have been chemical because as soon as my meds kicked in, it was gone.

See a doctor!!!! There's no need to suffer without help!!!

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