The National Health Service in the UK has a help line where you can be put through to a nurse. I find just talking to them helps. Every night that I have it, I phone them, but I feel like I'm wasting their time. I got off the phone to them about 10 minutes a go. My anxiety disappeared but now it's come back again.
I will go to my GP tomorrow, but I was wondering if anyone else has had this experience.
thank you in advance.
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I didn't really have nocturnal panic attacks but I used to get them in the daytime a lot. Talking helps because you feel less alone, and are being distracted, but then you're just relying on that as a crutch. You need to learn to not let them bother you, and not rely on distraction, that's the way to get over them for good.
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