Well an old symptom has resurfaced this week: chest tightness. And it's one of the most bothersome (aka distracting) for me. Well I guess any TMS symptom is bothersome in the moment, because that is how the process works. Chest tightness was one of the first symptoms that I experienced, right after the panic attacks. I haven't felt this constant unpleasant feeling since I was 22 (5 years ago). The trigger for this TMS was a couple of nights ago I had a crazy party night with some friends. I drank a lot, and did some cocaine and aderral and didn't sleep at all. I felt terrible the next day and convinced myself that I was going to have a heart attack and die. Now boom, the chest tightness is here to distract me at all hours of the day. Now I know I shouldn't have taken the substances that I did, they are bad for me. But it's several days later, I'm physically fine and my mind is hanging on to this and really distracting me from something. Its been pretty hard for me to relax and not think about the uncomfortable feeling even though I know for a fact that it is all just the brain tightening muscles in my chest wall close to my heart and lungs to make me feel uncomfortable. I don't know what the root cause for my symptoms is, but I could use some help and reminders to help me get past this little relapse.