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How can you get rid of uncontrollable shaking? That is caused by fear...?
Every time I find myself in a situation Im not comfortable with, I start trembling uncontrollaby, and aside from the fact that it's really disturbing for me, it's simply embarassing. How can I cure this? Additional Details This only happens to me at school, so I can't bite my fingers or talk to myself during the classes I have these 'attacks' in.
Try going to the doctor and getting on some kind of anxiety medicine. If this only happens in social settings.
Maybe it's a genetic inheritance from your family. Talk to them about it. It might also have to do with the fact that you become uncomfortable. Some people start sweating, and others stagger their words. You can try, by overcoming your nervousness or try by not thinking about the situation so much to the point you become uncomfortable.
I AM IN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND I COME ACROSS ALL KINDS OF THINGS THAT WOULD MAKE THE AVERAGE PERSON SCARED. THE TRICK IS THIS. NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS, IT HAPPENED FOR A REASON. IF YOU CAN CONTROL THE SITUATION THEN YOU WOULD HAVE NO FEAR. IF YOU CAN'T CONTROL THE SITUATION THEN THERE IS NO NEED TO HAVE FEAR BECAUSE WHAT EVER HAPPENS WILL HAPPEN. IT IS NATURAL TO BE SCARED BUT JUST REMEMBER THAT YOU CONTROL YOUR EMOTIONS AND NEVER LET ANYONE ELSE CONTROL YOUR EMOTIONS.
Sounds like adrenaline. I get like that when I am scared or mad. I just try to avoid those situations and when the are unavoidable I try to breathe in through my nose out through my mouth and make the best of the situation.
I think first you need to determine what types of situations are causing this problem. If they are serious situations where your life really is in danger, then you need to avoid that situation.
Now, if they are not dangerous situations, then you are having an anxiety/panic attack which is more common than most people believe, and your body is just dealing with it how it *thinks* it needs to.
If you know that these are simply panic attacks, you need to go visit your doctor and share with him or her what is going on, when they are happening, what triggers them, etc. They can then suggest a treatment of medicine, therapy, or a mix of both.
Trust me, from experience I know that anxiety and panic attacks can completely and negatively alter your life. For example, you will begin avoiding places that may trigger an attack because of the negative effects that go along with them, such as elevators, baseball games, etc. That is no way to live!
So get to the doctor and let the healing begin!
Chubs said think of a happy place.
A doctor can give you meds for the anxiety ..panic attacks.
It will stop making you tremble.
smoke a joint, then you wont care
You probably have some sort of Anxiety Disorder. Please consult your physician, so you won't have them anymore. ;)
Well, I wouldn't listen to some of these people and jump the gun into the realm of anxiety disorders and drug therapy. Thats a little extreme for a first step. I would like to talk more with you to find out what else can be behind the behavior. While I have not earned my license yet, I am graduating (in 2 hours actually) with a degree in psychology and I have spent considerable time dealing with things such as depression, anxiety, and relationship problems. At any rate, the best advice is the person who said to try deeper breathing exercises to relax when you feel the onset of the problem. Close your eyes, try to use imagry techniques and breathing techniques to calm down.
Definately stay away from a doctor or psychiatrist until you have exausted all other avenues. All those two professions will do is start pumping chemicals into your body and I have yet to see a single perscription medicine that doesn't have some form of negative side effect...especially those dealing with the mind or the nervous system.
you could ask to be tested for general anxiety disorder. the trembling that you are describing sounds like a medical issue associated with situations. there are meds that will help address that but I don't know how you feel about taking meds for something like a social phobia.
Please see a doctor, maybe a psychiatrist. It sounds like "panic attacks" and can be relieved by medication. I hope you get help.
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u need to have Someone who really loves u in ur life.thats God.PERIOD.
put ypur self in a relaxing state of mind breathe deep think of calming things i get very nervouse myself i relax and think of wonderful times i just spent in floridiahope this works and remember your not the only nervouse nelly out there give it a try good luck
bite on your finger... it works for me.
Take a deeep breath,hold it a second or two,let it out slowly and turn your thoughts to something else briefly.This should help.
I am exactly the same. I don't think there is a cure, though. We just have to control ourselves from inside. Try deep breathing and talk to yourself. Tell yourself its OK and its just nerves.
It might help you. It helps me at times.