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GiannaLove13

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Hello! I have been really struggling with my anxiety lately and my bpd. I have been going in and out of manic episodes to panic attacks. Can anybody help with some advise on what to do to help stop them or even slow them down?! Thanks all :)

    • JohnLocke

      323d

      That sounds hard to deal with without sedating medication. I don't know what to suggest just try self care and being around loved ones, anything that grounds you

    • Icefox

      323d

      I use cbd it works wonderfully @ keeping my anxiety at bay without all the side effects of medication

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Some suggestions include being as productive as possible during manic stages, exercising to work out some of the manic energy, and considering medication if you're not already on it. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) skills have been found useful in managing symptoms of BPD. Medications such as Cymbalta, Abilify, lamictal/lamotrigine, BuSpar, and seroquel have been mentioned as helpful by some individuals. However, it's important to remember that medications work differently for everyone and should be taken under the supervision of a healthcare professional. Mindfulness and meditation can also help calm down and regulate emotions. It's recommended to avoid making big decisions during manic episodes and to maintain a healthy diet and sleep schedule.

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