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serious question about my well being.

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posted on Nov, 26 2015 @ 07:50 AM
a reply to: thejeremybenthem

I agree with everything but meditation,I tried once but I don't know what I'm doing to access inside me,which we live in the age of information I should look it up how to properly do so but thanks I like your advice the best.

posted on Nov, 26 2015 @ 02:35 PM
My two cents: get off computer, laptop, iphone or what have you - spending long hours in front of such devices raises blood pressure and fear settles in your heart and mind.

As many mentioned here, panick attacks, anxiety and depression are all possible diagnosis for the kind of state you describe.

I'd reconnect with nature, walk barefoot if possible, drink apple cider vinegar with hot water twice daily (settles blood pressure), and take 5htp to regulate mood and sleep patterns.

These worked on me years ago when i used to spend hours on computers and i went this route.

Change your habits, change your perspective, change the outcome.

All the best.

posted on Nov, 27 2015 @ 01:31 AM
a reply to: Leprekon

I had a similar problem a few years ago,and do not play games at all
, doctors told me these are panic attacks. At that time I worked hard and had a lot of problems at work,when I come home and relax then it was happening similar like yours problems. Try to avoid neurosis,stressful situations etc maybe that will help.

posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 05:06 AM

originally posted by: thejeremybenthem
OK, here's my take:

Go to your doctor for the quick fix and he will be happy to give you meds, that you will take for the rest of your life. Then he will give you more meds for the side effects. Is that the way you want to live?

Harder, but better fix is to radically change your lifestyle. Change your diet, exercise more. limit electronic entertainment, read books. and MEDITATION ! I mean meditation with breathing control...etc to get inside your body and mind. It's as plain as day. Drug therapy as a last resort. In about 3 months you will see changes in your health. Guaranteed.

In my case, my blood sugar was 17 and BP was 145/99. My doctor wanted me to start on Metoprolol and Metformin. I said no way and changed my diet and lifestyle as above. In 3 months my sugar is down to 5-6 and BP is down to 129/89. I feel way better in general. I traced most of my problems from eating red meat which is not in my diet anymore (too much hormones and antibiotics in farm animal feed). Also, avoid fluoride toothpaste and use hypoallergenic laundry detergent, and vegetable based soap. Tons of toxic chemicals in them

That's my rant anyway. If you're a young guy it should be easier for you. I'm in my 50s. As far as the anxiety attacks. I had them once as a reaction to coming off medication. Breathing into a paper bag helps, but you have to seriously look at what you're putting into your body and mind. Good luck.

I very much agree with this advice. If you want any more help or advice, or have specific questions on how to get onto this path, just ask and it sounds like there will be lots of people who can give you some tips.

How are you doing a month later? Have you been to the doctor to check from that end what's going on?

posted on Dec, 30 2015 @ 06:49 AM
Actually, this could have been a seizure. A person doesn't necessarily lose consciousness or fall down or convulse during seizures and video games are a known trigger. You can have all kinds of weird thoughts and responses to different types of seizures.

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