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Originally posted by ShamtheRam ShamtheRam wrote:

Originally posted by Trigboy 10 Trigboy 10 wrote:

Not one person replied to Crapsenior. Hope you're doing well lad and keep the head up
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Not sure if this is worthy of this thread to be honest but something that might be concerning. I have no idea.

A few weeks ago I had a really uncomfortable dream, no idea what it was about bar some very, very vague detail. Later on in the day, i was at a sort of conference for work and there were a couple of lads on stage talking away, and something they said obviously triggered a memory of the dream, and it led to what I can only describe as utter dread, panic, nausea and light headedness for about 10 seconds. I had to put the head down between my legs to get myself together.

It has happened no less than 4 times since (so in the last 4 weeks maybe) but it has happened 3 or 4 times in the last few days. The first time, I was just getting breakfast. Grabbing a tea bag, a cup and I became hyper aware of myself (Sorry, it's quite difficult to verbalise it and that's as close as I can get). The same feelings came back and I had to sit down. I just remember saying to myself "Jesus f**king Christ".

Happened yesterday evening. It woke me up this morning. And it happened again when I was just having a cup of tea and watching the Simpsons on YouTube this morning! So every time it has been a different reason seemingly. At least I can't put my finger on what's triggering it. It's absolutely horrible and it's genuinely frightening when it happens.

I've never had a panic attack, so I have no idea if that's what it is or not. No idea why it's happening now. Life is generally very good for me, comfortable. Work is good etc. 
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Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Not sure if this is worthy of this thread to be honest but something that might be concerning. I have no idea.

A few weeks ago I had a really uncomfortable dream, no idea what it was about bar some very, very vague detail. Later on in the day, i was at a sort of conference for work and there were a couple of lads on stage talking away, and something they said obviously triggered a memory of the dream, and it led to what I can only describe as utter dread, panic, nausea and light headedness for about 10 seconds. I had to put the head down between my legs to get myself together.

It has happened no less than 4 times since (so in the last 4 weeks maybe) but it has happened 3 or 4 times in the last few days. The first time, I was just getting breakfast. Grabbing a tea bag, a cup and I became hyper aware of myself (Sorry, it's quite difficult to verbalise it and that's as close as I can get). The same feelings came back and I had to sit down. I just remember saying to myself "Jesus f**king Christ".

Happened yesterday evening. It woke me up this morning. And it happened again when I was just having a cup of tea and watching the Simpsons on YouTube this morning! So every time it has been a different reason seemingly. At least I can't put my finger on what's triggering it. It's absolutely horrible and it's genuinely frightening when it happens.

I've never had a panic attack, so I have no idea if that's what it is or not. No idea why it's happening now. Life is generally very good for me, comfortable. Work is good etc. 


Could it be tea?
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No, it's definitely not tea
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Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Not sure if this is worthy of this thread to be honest but something that might be concerning. I have no idea.

A few weeks ago I had a really uncomfortable dream, no idea what it was about bar some very, very vague detail. Later on in the day, i was at a sort of conference for work and there were a couple of lads on stage talking away, and something they said obviously triggered a memory of the dream, and it led to what I can only describe as utter dread, panic, nausea and light headedness for about 10 seconds. I had to put the head down between my legs to get myself together.

It has happened no less than 4 times since (so in the last 4 weeks maybe) but it has happened 3 or 4 times in the last few days. The first time, I was just getting breakfast. Grabbing a tea bag, a cup and I became hyper aware of myself (Sorry, it's quite difficult to verbalise it and that's as close as I can get). The same feelings came back and I had to sit down. I just remember saying to myself "Jesus f**king Christ".

Happened yesterday evening. It woke me up this morning. And it happened again when I was just having a cup of tea and watching the Simpsons on YouTube this morning! So every time it has been a different reason seemingly. At least I can't put my finger on what's triggering it. It's absolutely horrible and it's genuinely frightening when it happens.

I've never had a panic attack, so I have no idea if that's what it is or not. No idea why it's happening now. Life is generally very good for me, comfortable. Work is good etc. 


Could it be tea?

i'd say it's watching the Simpsons on Youtube for breakfast Confused
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Maybe try this Mark
 
 
Seriously though, hope its nothing major and doesn't happen again.
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No harm going and getting it checked

I'd something similar a few years back, lasted about 10 minutes and don't remember parts of it but was just a once off thankfully. Went for a load of tests and they never found the reason for it, final word from the Neurologist in Tallaght was "unexplained event". 

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Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Not sure if this is worthy of this thread to be honest but something that might be concerning. I have no idea.

A few weeks ago I had a really uncomfortable dream, no idea what it was about bar some very, very vague detail. Later on in the day, i was at a sort of conference for work and there were a couple of lads on stage talking away, and something they said obviously triggered a memory of the dream, and it led to what I can only describe as utter dread, panic, nausea and light headedness for about 10 seconds. I had to put the head down between my legs to get myself together.

It has happened no less than 4 times since (so in the last 4 weeks maybe) but it has happened 3 or 4 times in the last few days. The first time, I was just getting breakfast. Grabbing a tea bag, a cup and I became hyper aware of myself (Sorry, it's quite difficult to verbalise it and that's as close as I can get). The same feelings came back and I had to sit down. I just remember saying to myself "Jesus f**king Christ".

Happened yesterday evening. It woke me up this morning. And it happened again when I was just having a cup of tea and watching the Simpsons on YouTube this morning! So every time it has been a different reason seemingly. At least I can't put my finger on what's triggering it. It's absolutely horrible and it's genuinely frightening when it happens.

I've never had a panic attack, so I have no idea if that's what it is or not. No idea why it's happening now. Life is generally very good for me, comfortable. Work is good etc. 
Sounds like a panic attack, although it seems like the trigger is specific. I would try and find someone suitable to talk to, maybe even talk to those above you in work about it as they might be helpful as it is likely, from what you are saying, to be work related.
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Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Not sure if this is worthy of this thread to be honest but something that might be concerning. I have no idea.

A few weeks ago I had a really uncomfortable dream, no idea what it was about bar some very, very vague detail. Later on in the day, i was at a sort of conference for work and there were a couple of lads on stage talking away, and something they said obviously triggered a memory of the dream, and it led to what I can only describe as utter dread, panic, nausea and light headedness for about 10 seconds. I had to put the head down between my legs to get myself together.

It has happened no less than 4 times since (so in the last 4 weeks maybe) but it has happened 3 or 4 times in the last few days. The first time, I was just getting breakfast. Grabbing a tea bag, a cup and I became hyper aware of myself (Sorry, it's quite difficult to verbalise it and that's as close as I can get). The same feelings came back and I had to sit down. I just remember saying to myself "Jesus f**king Christ".

Happened yesterday evening. It woke me up this morning. And it happened again when I was just having a cup of tea and watching the Simpsons on YouTube this morning! So every time it has been a different reason seemingly. At least I can't put my finger on what's triggering it. It's absolutely horrible and it's genuinely frightening when it happens.

I've never had a panic attack, so I have no idea if that's what it is or not. No idea why it's happening now. Life is generally very good for me, comfortable. Work is good etc. 
sounds like symptoms I had mate. Never went to counselling and ended up with full blown panic attacks. Like you I didn' know what was going on.
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Thanks gents. It has happened 5 times since my last post and woke me up again this morning. Will prob speak to someone within the week if it doesn't halt.
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Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Thanks gents. It has happened 5 times since my last post and woke me up again this morning. Will prob speak to someone within the week if it doesn't halt.


Where you drinking or anywhere in the vicinity of tea when it happened?

In all seriousness hopefully you get it sorted
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Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Thanks gents. It has happened 5 times since my last post and woke me up again this morning. Will prob speak to someone within the week if it doesn't halt.

5 times in 24 hours is crazy, would definitely go see somebody just to be safe. Hope everything turns out okay for you.
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Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

Originally posted by MayoMark MayoMark wrote:

Thanks gents. It has happened 5 times since my last post and woke me up again this morning. Will prob speak to someone within the week if it doesn't halt.


Where you drinking or anywhere in the vicinity of tea when it happened?

In all seriousness hopefully you get it sorted

No, 4 out of 5 cases didn't involve tea LOL

-at work on the phone
-walking to my car
-at training (during coaching, something I love doing, so out of the blue completely)
-in bed last night

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Try downloading the calm app or headspace app. I use Calm app any time I have issues like that. Great for controlling your breathing when in a 'unknown' situation 
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Just been to my 1st session with a counsellor and tbh I was sh*tting breaks before I went in as I know I've so much bottled up that needs to come out 
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Originally posted by ringerbell ringerbell wrote:

Just been to my 1st session with a counsellor and tbh I was sh*tting breaks before I went in as I know I've so much bottled up that needs to come out 

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Originally posted by ShamtheRam ShamtheRam wrote:

Try downloading the calm app or headspace app. I use Calm app any time I have issues like that. Great for controlling your breathing when in a 'unknown' situation 
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Well done Ringer

Thanks lads. I'll get it checked 
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