HI Darkman,

Nice to see you. And that is a good question.

Anxiety can come out of the blue, for no apparent reason. Or they can be triggered by specific events or environmental conditions. Sounds like you are experiencing anxiety that comes out of the blue.

Some people have found it helpful to deal with anxiety in a proactive way. Staying calm. Making sure they are eating healthy and getting enough rest. Avoiding anxiety triggers where possible.

You can also learn techniques to manage anxiety when it hits.

Below are some links to recent articles that I think you might find helpful:




A mental health professional could help you manage your anxiety better. He/she would talk to you about your anxiety symptoms and recommend a way forward. You could learn techniques for managing anxious thoughts and feelings. I really encourage you to consider getting some help.

If your anxiety attacks are interfering with your quality of life in any way, your ability to enjoy your life, to work, to have relationships, then it is especially important to reach out for help.

Anxiety is treatable!

Take good care of yourself, my friend. And let me know how you're doing.


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