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QAsperger's Syndrome, Anxiety Disorder, Depression?

I have 15 years , and have had Asperger's Syndrome since she was a child . To me it was obvious , because I did not want to talk to anyone , and had most of the classic symptoms of Asperger syndrome . I have had anxiety all my life , but I never tried until 2009 . I had severe anxiety and 2008 to date , and it's still pretty bad. I worry about everything. I keep ruminating , and can not stop worrying . This has had a major impact on my life , and I also suffer from severe depression , which helps a lot with my medications . What bothers me is anxiety. Why suddenly become severe and stay that way ? My biggest problems are anxiety now , I'm going to CBT , but I feel I will never be the same person you used to be . I feel like I live with severe anxiety for the rest of my life .

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#1GerriAnswered at 2012-11-27 07:03:07
Cognitive behavioral therapy helps you manage and cope with their anxiety as is the case , and gradually decrease their anxiety should . Hang in there , you'll be fine .
#2trixieAnswered at 2012-11-30 04:58:29
A previous answer follows , modified for you , use what applies : There are courses , where Aspies are taught the interpretation of social cues and appropriate behavior for certain circumstances . Google :
#3adam lambert!!!!Answered at 2012-12-03 23:26:27
I wish you all the best of luck with your CBT and hope it goes well ! But if that fails, depending on what medications you are on, there are a number of very useful anti-anxiety medications that might be able to help . 1. Diazepam - ​​This is pretty weak ( dose-dependent ) benzodiazepine drug that works by increasing levels of the neurotransmitter GABA ( A) , which increases the feeling of relaxation and significantly reduces anxiety . This may be something to talk to your doctor about . 2. Clonazepam - ​​. A drug similar to the previous one, except that it is much longer acting, a pill can help your anxiety for a whole day or more , while diazepam require repeated doses 3.Alprazolam - . Clonazepam medication similar to , but much faster acting and takes less time and is therefore good for treating anxiety attacks These drugs could restore your brain chemistry back to how it should be and really keep your anxiety problems and could
#4conjunctionAnswered at 2013-02-06 21:41:15
My sister - in-law has some of the Similar conditions you're describing . After some research he found a website that really helped out ( Down in the source link ) . I have seen some information and seems to be useful . Go ahead and check it out. Best of luck ! ;)
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