My First

I felt ringing in my ears. My chest became tighter, and my heartbeat became quicker. I was starting to feel very scared, I had no idea what was going on. I have never felt this way before. I had chill-bumps everywhere. I felt like I needed to run to go tell my mom, I really thought I was going to die. I couldn't, though. I was too tired to move, so I just stayed. I closed my eyes and tried to sleep. I started to hallucinate.
When I closed my eyes, I would see flashing lights. When I opened my eyes, nothing was there. Soon, I thought this was a Satanic ritual. I thought Satan would come from the ground, kill me, and bring me to Hell. Death was close, I could feel it. I saw frogs on my ceiling, and a man on my door. I then felt like I was floating, and then I fell back in my bed. Everything was over, but I cried myself to sleep, fearing that it would happen again.

Time: 10-15 minutes? I was listening to a song and it lasts 7 minutes. It was on repeat, I think I heard it twice. This is how I know.

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Jul 07, 2015
Hallucinating Sounds Abnormal
by: Anonymous

I'm very sorry to hear about your panic attacks. I know how bad and scary they can be. The only symptom you described that sounds unlike a panic attack are the hallucinations you had. I have never heard about someone having them during anxiety and I have seen some of the most extreme cases ( I work in an ER ). Heart palpitations, tightness in chest, trouble breathing, limbs going numb or tingly areas, even full on blackouts, are all highly common panic side effects. But the hallucinations are odd. Are you on any type of medication? If so, what kind?

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