September 12, 2017

Force Nine panic Attack

The worst panic attack ever. I tried every thing to stop the anxiety attack getting bigger, I spent over ten minutes trying to control my breathing and keep my self in order.

I call my support worker to see if they can help me out of it, in the end i had to end that call as the anxiety levels just kept growing.

I had to free myself from the place that i was at, as i had the most over whelming feeling that i need to run. I managed to call a friend of mine that i knew would be able to help me.

This anxiety attack had now been going on for fifteen minutes and had only hit its peak and showed no signs of slowing down.

My friend was able to get me back to where i was suppose to be and calm me down. unfortunately I cant disclose the place.

All the way through the task that i had to complete, my anxiety levels remained the same and felt as if they were getting worse.

My ability to now concentrate had now gone and i was just about managing to control my breathing, giving my self a massive punch to the chest to try and remove the feeling of pain or to remove my thoughts of the pain.

Sitting in the chair i was hunched over and shaking trying to do the job as best as i can. finally, the job i needed to do was complete and i was able to leave. still the anxiety was at force nice showing no signs of going.

It was only when i had moved some distance away from the place that i had been at was i able to start to calm down and after about twenty minutes the anxiety levels did drop to a manageable state.

The attack had noticeably gone by the following day.


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About anxiety and me

Hi my name is Michael, i have suffered with panic disorder since 2009. From 2009 to about 2013 anxiety ruled my world and prevented me from doing all the things i loved and enjoyed doing.