SAMe ain't gonna cut it. See a Psychiatrist.
You sound like you've got some PTSD symptoms. Maybe Valium or Xanax for the anxiety, Maybe a sleeping pill like Ambien. Maybe an antidepressant like Prozac. Talk to a shrink, good luck.
sorry about ur parents death..all i can say to u is try to seek as much thherapy, if that dont work, pray to God to give u strength..all the best to u..ur in my prayers..
Engage yourself in outdoor activities like trekking, hiking, camping. Practice yoga if possible. Do not watch horror or action movies atleast for some days. Spend time with your family and try not to be alone. Whenever you feel alone, go out and have a cup of coffee from the nearest coffee shop.
take one step/situation at a time. try to relax. Remember that it was just a dream. try to figure out whats causing all the anxiety.
If you are relatively young and your parents have died I would say that nothing is wrong with you.
You are experiencing emotion from extreme grief and will continue to do so for some time.
Try to perform activities that can help put your mind elsewhere
Seek medical attention and does not have to be psychological help..There could be different factors involved and only a professional Doctor should be able to help find out what is causing those problems. Good luck and take care of yourself.
350, the first thing you can do is to calm down a little. You obviously have your thought processes going at the speed of light in your head. That speeding train that is trying to run you down is your own thinking mind. Therapy is a good thing, but you need to go with what your therapist suggests also. Look at what you are telling yourself! You are freaking out about what your thoughts are telling you.
"When someone goes to a doctor and says "I hear a voice in my head" he or she will most likely be sent to a psychiatrist. The fact is that, in a very similar way, virtually everyone hears a voice, or several voices, in their head all the time: the involuntary thought processes that you don't realize you have the power to stop. Continuous monologues or dialogues.
You have probably come across 'mad' people in the street incessantly talking or muttering to themselves. Well, that's not much different from what you and all other 'normal' people do, except that you don't do it out loud. The voice comments, speculates, judges, compares, complains, likes, dislikes, and so on. The voice isn't necessarily relevant to the situation you find yourself in at the time; it may be reviving the recent or distant past or rehearsing or imagining possible future situations. Here it often imagines things going wrong and negative outcomes; this is called worry. Sometimes this soundtrack is accompanied by visual images or "mental movies".
Even if the voice is relevant to the situation at hand, it will interpret it in terms of the past. This is because the voice belongs to your conditioned mind, which is a result of all your past history as well as of the collective cultural mind-set that you inherited. So you see and judge the present by the past and get a totally distorted view of it. It is not uncommon for the voice to be person's own worst enemy. Many people live with a tormentor in their head that continually attacks and punishes them and drains them of vital energy. It is the cause of untold misery and unhappiness, as well as of disease.
The good news is that you can free yourself from your mind. This is the only true liberation. You can take the first step right now. Start listening to the voice in your head as often as you can. Pay particular attention to any repetitive thought patterns, those old gramophone records that have been playing in your head perhaps for many years. This is what I mean by "watching the thinker", which is another way of saying: listen to the voice in your head, BE there as the witnessing presence.
When you listen to that voice, listen to it impartially. That is to say, do not judge. Do not judge or condem what you hear, for doing so would mean that the same voice has come in again through the back door. You'll soon realize: there is the voice, and here I am listening to it, watching it. This I AM realization, this sense of your own presence, is not a thought. It arises from beyond the mind.
once you have more control over the stresses in your life, this sitution will be completely different. it will take time, but anything good is worth waiting it out

Hope you feel better very soon
I'd start by stopping Sam-e then get the to an M.D. for some med for anxiety
try yoga
try meditation
change the therapist

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