Homeodr.... help with anxietyI’m looking for help for my husband’s anxiety. Some of his specific symptoms include extreme tension/tightening of buttox spreading upwards to lower back and further during an attack.
As he had expressed, the only thing he can do to relieve this tension is to get drunk.
told me today he has realized he’s got an odd habit/ fixation with pulling out hairs on his body. He will pull out his chest hair while laying in bed watching tv, one at a time.
Or in his car driving to and from work, he gets into a “trance-like” State and begins plucking out his beard hairs, one at a time until there’s bald spots.
He says the pain frazzles his nerves, but is addicting. He’ll be picking,make a conscious effort to stop, and then start doing it again without even realizing it.
Whenever he wants to do a project, he gets frustrated and stressed out by even the slightest setback. He becomes angry, tense, grumpy... he says things like, this is so stupid... nothing ever works, this is pointless,...
He’s told me he gets so worked up he wants to break things.
rom109 on 2018-10-02
rom109 11 months ago
He had a stomach ulcer from stress last summer, and his appendix removed about 6 years ago.
Not serious illnesses, but the only significant things in the last decade.
He had been addicted to opiates for at least 7 years, but he’s been clean for three years.
He had gone to a medical doctor for his anxiety and she labeled it “depression anxiety” and put him on antidepressants for about a year. He stopped taking them because of the side affects.
rom109 11 months ago
homeodr 11 months ago
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