I decided to fill you in on a few things. I don’t celebrate my accomplishments nearly enough.
I am over 60 anxiety attacks FREE from vomiting.
This is a huge accomplishment for me. I haven’t been able to stop my nausea during anxiety in nearly 13 years.
Also, all of the exercise that I have been doing to try to stay healthy, active, and confident has really started to show results. I am starting to truly accept my body and feel prideful about my figure.
I have a doctor’s appointment on Friday to check up on my medications and finally get my Psych Referral so I can begin therapy. I need a few adjustments- a higher dosage of my sleeping medicine so I can better tackle my insomnia and possibly an MRI for the constant headaches I am always getting.
These aren’t connected to my anxiety. My headaches started about 3 years ago and only occur in the lower back portion of my neck when I laugh to hard or talk too much. Basically, when I am winded. Does anybody else have a similar problem? If so any light you can shed on the situation would be great.
I have never suffered from headaches before so I am a bit baffled by the sudden and continuous migraines.
I have also begun building my case for SSDI. This is something that I have fought almost 3 years to avoid. It almost depresses me. I love to work and I truly loved my previous job, but I am unable to beat this right now and after years of no income I am truly suffering. People tend to assume this is me giving up. When in fact it is the exact opposite. I need this. And once I get better, I will certainly return to work. For the time being, however, I need help. I can’t pay for my medical expenses or living expenses and the financial instability is only worsening my anxiety and stress levels.
I need to remind myself that I deserve SSDI. This way I can stop beating myself up about it.
However, the battle that is about to ensue between myself and the federal government will surely not be an easy one. I have to prove that I have anxiety and am not mooching off the government like those who are.
- Introductory Post as to why I am writing about generalized anxiety (emb63.wordpress.com)
- How to deal with anxiety. (birdiegirlblue.wordpress.com)
- What Cause Migraines (tosleepfast.wordpress.com)
- anxiety attack (probationarymom.wordpress.com)
- Anxiety: The Exercise Technique (embracingcalm.wordpress.com)