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Re: Anxiety vs Dissociation - mary

Posted by Elaine on April 14, 1999, at 23:25:12

In reply to Re: Anxiety vs Dissociation, posted by mary on April 14, 1999, at 19:45:43

I think you'll take it the right way when I say I'm so "glad" I found someone who shares what I do! It really does not happen often, obviously TOO often for me! I have a chronic low-grade depression that periodically blooms into a full blown depression. Interestingly enough, I also have a bipolar dx, although as I've posted elsewhere, if it is a correct dx, it is a very unusual form. (No mania, only anger as a "high", plus anxiety, if that counts.) There's an interesting theory on the horizon, though, if the dx is not totally coincidental. Do you suffer from general anxiety that you take Klonopin for, or is the Klonopin only for these attacks? (And does that mean they occur in spurts? Regularly?)

I can see and expand on your point - these episodes could come on not due to anything specific but as a harbinger of things to come because of changing body chemistry or whatever - whether it be depression, increased anxiety, or whatever. I really have never thought of it that way before. What do you think? Have you gotten any kind of professional explanation?




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