Desy Posted August 25, 2013 Share Posted August 25, 2013 Just to continue on the thread I took of topic (hmmm that don't make sense does it lol) Still in hospital guys still waiting on my scan, word of wisdom, never get sick on a weekend especially a bank holiday one. Been seen by a few doctors who think it's a build up of adrenalin due to the constant anxiety attacks and if I'm right in thinking its a common enough side affect for SAH folk, one guy on here described it as "every morning I awake panicking thinking the world is about to end, while I know its not I still get the butterflies, sweats, nuesea, shakes and fear" that's me to some mornings and almost everyday all day, like having a very level headed guys head on a nervous wrecks body. Due to the constant fear my body keeps producing adrenalin due to the fight or flight predecessor rule and my normal activities I'm wil never burn it off so it stores up, but it your body can only take so much before it busts and that makes me fit and its bad looking my feet can lift of a bed a good few feet my arms fly in the air and my body just shakes, twists, bounces and contorts but I'm concise and can say one or two words like ok yes. Had three on Thursday night at home two in hospital on Friday night, none yesterday and one minor one today,they vary in degree of severity today's be minor, lots of small jerks and fast shakes to the one on Friday which was really really bad, was really glad the two nurses who stood over me seen it as they can tell the doctor just how bad they can get. So there will be no scan tomorrow due to the bank holiday so will be done Tuesday and then out after the results which I don't know if are done there and then are take a day or so which might be the case as it says on my med notes, cat scan and neuro appointment. Any how's going to search this forum for the guys who suffer from anxiety attacks to see what they do done, will up date after scan. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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