Patients Behavioural disorders / Mental illness
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It's so important to recognize your triggers and learn how to handle them. I can easily tip from anxiety into mania.
I have 2 triggers that I have a hard time addressing:
Noise. I ow know what someone means when the say they feel they are jumping out of their skin. The problem is that noise is almost always sudden so, save taking anti-anxiety meds all the time, I can't prepare for it.
The other one is the state of the country. **I don't want to get political here, so Courtney (or any Admin) delete the post if it starts going in that direction. We're here to help each other not argue.**
I just can't get away from the state of the country and the world. It's always on my mind. Panic attack stuff often tittering on mania.
What are your triggers? How do you handle them? Do you have any advice on triggers to sharr?
Hello @Evii1957 ,
thank you for opening this interesting discussion!
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What about you? Do you know your own triggers? What are they? What do you do to avoid them, if it is possible?
Do not hesitate to share and discuss in the comments below!
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Courtney_J, Community Manager, Carenity US
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@Courtney_J I don’t have any noticeable triggers
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