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Default Nagging feeling keeps bothering me

I will keep this short.

I have tried different ways to get rid of my anxiety, such as journaling, writing down an action plan, deep breathing, and thought stopping (nonsense ********). But none of these have seemed to work because the anxiety keeps coming back.

But the main problem is I have this nagging feeling in the back of my head. I have this feeling that won’t leave me away. I have this vague (if not strong) feeling of anxiety that interferes with my life.

Please help. Solutions?
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I will keep this short.

I have tried different ways to get rid of my anxiety, such as journaling, writing down an action plan, deep breathing, and thought stopping (nonsense ********). But none of these have seemed to work because the anxiety keeps coming back.

But the main problem is I have this nagging feeling in the back of my head. I have this feeling that won’t leave me away. I have this vague (if not strong) feeling of anxiety that interferes with my life.

Please help. Solutions?
With my kind of anxiety, I am taking one day at the time. I do everything you mentioned and some more. Also, I have help from prescription medication. Few days ago my psychiatrist reduces the dose of Seroquel. I was very sleepy, almost confuse all the time, so after reducing the dose I am fine.

Talk to us, sometimes vent really help.

I know what are you talking about when you said "
But none of these have seemed to work because the anxiety keeps coming back."
I believe my anxiety will always come back. It is up to me how to react to it, and I know it is not easy at all.

I am here for you, you are not alone.
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I will keep this short.

I have tried different ways to get rid of my anxiety, such as journaling, writing down an action plan, deep breathing, and thought stopping (nonsense ********). But none of these have seemed to work because the anxiety keeps coming back.

Please help. Solutions?
I had that problem too.

You should try jogging. 90 minutes every other day. Of course you have to start slowly. Helped me a lot. If the anxiety can not be managed, then you can go to the psychiatrist. I had Amineurin prescribed 18 years ago. This is a sedative antidepressant. Helped me a lot. Especially with panic attacks.
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