The last two days have been really hard for me, I developed anxiety and panic attacks after a headache that started on Thursday. It was really for the entirety of the last week that I have been feeling particularly nervous and in fear. The reason why I say that the last two days have been really hard is because I haven't had an anxiety attack in a really long while and know that because I fought against this headache successfully, it must have happened that the symptom imperative appeared because the headache was gone when the anxiety started. Also the tightness from my stomach moved to my back. I still have the nod in the stomach but it disappears now and then, for the whole time I have a sort of a heart throbbing that becomes very "loud" during some moments. I couldn't eat much either. Today was the first day I ate at least a little bit more. There is also tingling in my legs and arms with trembling of my fingers and an overall feeling of fear. Psychologically what happened and what is going on in my life at the moment that I think is the main reason for this reaction is the following: my husband has been on a trip for the last month and I'm not going to see him for another one, I'm not happy at work and bored a lot, broke communication with my best friend because we just grew apart, isolated myself from people for the last few month, started feeling very lonely and because of that I started socialising more intensively which left me so empty every time after I had to be alone again, it was scary. Also I developed an attachment to a person in recent weeks because my brain needed the attention and the not being lonely feeling but I mistook it for something bad that shouldn't be happening because the only attachment should be to my husband. It made things worse the fact that it is a man. I spoke about it to my husband and read posts on other forums about people who develop this kind of emotions and it struck me that one of the psychologist explained that the main reason for this is the lack of attention or being taken care of when we are children. We seek it in things we do, in other people and if we find it we become somehow addicted to it. The story of my life. It is also the time of the year when my father died and just writing this down brings tears to my eyes. Not to be forgotten, PMS and period just happened last week. I'm scared of going to work and seeing this person because my brain is in need of being taken care of and that this will cause more anxiety and other symptoms. I have had decided to avoid that person but my husband said that it is not the right solution because the problem isn't the other person, I have to take care of myself and understand what is going on. Did anyone here have a similar experience? The strategies of day 10 and 11 don't really help me when I'm in the middle of a panic attack, what helped was talking to my husband but I wish I would be able to go through this episodes on my own at least once.