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Sufferer I think its trauma after covid


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Hello guys
nice to meet all of you and thanks for having this kind of forum
i wanna tell my story tbh i was a bit anxious already few years ago and took a prizma pill that helped me
but 2 years ago in the covid-19 time i woke up at 5 am for work i felt really cold and weird i told my employ that i dont think i should come because i dont feel 100%
he told me to still come and thats everything will be ok , when i got to the work place i was sitting on the chair and was doing some work while i was sitting i started to think about maybe its the covid and i had an anxiety att i was really panic i went to my friend immediatly he was sitting on the car next to me i gave a punch to the car so he will notice me and i dropped my self on the floor
when i woke up maybe after 1 min or 2 i was notice that he dident saw me and i was still laying on the ground i think he thought that i was joking or something that i gave another punch he came outside and then they call for help , they took me to the local doctor and then they took me with ambulance i guess they dident know what i had , at the hospital they did me a covid test it showed negative and they release me to home they did some other tests and all was ok
after a day i belive i did covid test and it was positive at home
i really eat healthy doing what i can but i feel like ever since my life changed , im not the same guy not that happy anymore i dont enjoy ride my bike any more i feel really anxious sometimes feel really emotion and also i feel something on my chest like something that blocks me or some kind of pressure
i dont wanna take another pills i wanna try to heal my trauma i belive it because of this because its been 2 years already and i still think about it and talk about it and not feel the same anymore

sorry for my bad english and i would love to hear some people thoughts that can help me maybe understund things or ask my self questings or some tips and talks that people can help me to cure my self
Thank you for sharing your story with us. It sounds like you went through a very difficult experience with your health and work situation, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. It's understandable that such an event may have had a lasting impact on you, leading to feelings of anxiety, low mood, and changes in your daily life.

It's important to acknowledge the impact of trauma on your mental health and wellbeing. It's commendable that you want to work on healing your trauma without solely relying on medication. Seeking support and connecting with others who have had similar experiences can be very beneficial in this process.

On myptsd.com, you can join different forums where members share their experiences and support each other. There are specific forums dedicated to topics like trauma recovery, anxiety, and coping strategies. Engaging in these discussions may provide you with insights, tips, and encouragement from individuals who understand what you're going through.

It's also important to consider seeking support from a mental health professional, such as a therapist or counselor, who can help guide you through processing your trauma and developing coping mechanisms. Remember that healing from trauma takes time, and it's okay to seek professional help along the way.

Please feel free to continue sharing your thoughts and feelings here. You are not alone in your journey towards healing, and there are people here who are willing to support you.