What It's Like to Live with Panic Attacks & Anxiety | Charly Jordan x MedCircle

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Charly Jordan founded the mental health organization Beauty in Pain which has an important mission: to create a community for those living with mental health struggles, in order to de-stigmatize mental health.

The Charly Jordan you see on social media platforms is not the Charly Jordan you get in this interview. Watch Charly open up like never before about what it’s like to live with anxiety & panic attacks.

Check out Charly’s mental health organization, Beauty in Pain: https://beautyinpain.com/

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Charly has grown up experiencing panic attacks and anxiety. She understands how it can feel living with an anxiety disorder. In this MedCircle interview, MedCircle host Kyle Kittleson and Charly cover…

00:00 Intro
01:00 How Charly’s mental health journey started
03:28 The first time Charly felt severe anxiety
06;09 Charly’s panic attack
09:06 Charly’s therapy journey
11:26 Anxiety & social media
14:13 Why Charly chooses to open up about mental health
17:10 Beauty In Pain (Charly’s organization)
18:03 Overcoming panic attacks
18:30 How Charly found security
20:25 How Beauty In Pain helps people’s mental health
22:49 Why should people share their lived experience?
27:30 Where to learn more about Charly

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King K. Rool says:

My panic attacks are horrible and are so easy to come on. Then you got covid going around and people telling you to put your mask but, I got shortness of breath Soni refuse to wear them.

Soriah’s ASMR Tingle Wonderland says:

I know all too well everything about living with an anxiety disorder. It is never a dull moment, I can say that with honesty. You just never know what tomorrow brings.

Sherise Todd says:

It was great she shared her story.

Brian K says:

Anxiety is fear of the future.
depression is fear of the past

Teura Pou says:

Thank you so much for the video

mia ok says:

i can relate to this so well. i have diagnosed general anxiety disorder and panic disorder. if anyone out there is struggling just know that it will get better, i promise

Ana Lozada says:

Waking up crying is not a panic attack…it’s just sadness or depression.

Panic attacks are completely different from anxiety attacks, and depressive episodes.

Panic attacks come out of the blue, not necessarily triggered by anything, and they feel like you are literally having a heart attack: intense stabbing and radiating chest pain that extends to arms, hands, legs, feet, jaw, high heart rate, clammy hands and feet, chills/hot flashes, intense shaking, feeling like you are dying, feeling extremely short of breath (you can’t catch your breath as if you were sprinting), etc.

I feel like a lot of people are mistaking panic attacks with anxiety attacks or depressive episodes. They are not the same, yet they can be comorbid. People with anxiety don’t necessarily suffer from panic attacks, and vice versa.

Also, the reason why alcohol can trigger anxiety/panic and depression is cuz affects all gaba receptors (downregulates GABA receptors), which are in charge of the parasympathetic system, or the system that keeps us calm. Benzodiazepines have the same effects as alcohol (depressor downregulating) on GABA receptors.

neima alhashmeya says:

Is the shyness "being shy" a symbol of anxiety disorder?!

neima alhashmeya says:

Can you talk about social anxiety?!!

Cheap Shot says:

I feel bad for people like this. I have allot of “go fk urself” to me and I have a sense of pride to overcoming problems. It makes me feel strong and I’m addicted to that feeling. I love the fight. Hope you all figure out how to get to a good place. I don’t understand it, so I can’t give any advice.

Ibrar Mushtaq says:

Hi people with PPD misinterprete their own partners face expression?

ravi kulkarni says:

This is sponsered video.

KarlaReneeKuhl Raymond says:

Happy to have found this. Totally relatable.
Feelings, (Emotions),
As long as we as people continue to identify and speak thru these times with supportive individuals. We'll get thru it and come out above.
On top. Get it out of head.

Ibrar Mushtaq says:

Hi, do u help people with PPD?

Kellie Menig says:

I have generalized anxiety disorder

Gina Rios says:

Demons are expressed in many different ways. I encourage mankind NOT to name them as cancer, depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, OCD….. Be mindful of the TURaH, and it is our Book of Life. //SHLM & HaB (peace & love). The Name of the Creator is Hayah asher Hayah, as what He told Moshah (Exodus 3:14), preserved in the Hebrew Scriptures. There is a curse to the G-o-d name (Isaiah 65:11-12), preserved in the Hebrew Scriptures. All followers of the Messiah are to do the 7 appointed times (Leviticus 23), but no more animal sacrifices, following the Crucifixion of the Messiah. We are now of the order of MLK TSDQ (King, righteous), to Whom ABRaHM tithed. Ask the Messiah to be your personal Savior. He is the Atoning Offering for mankind for the remission of sin ( 1 John 2:2). He said to him, I am the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me (John 14:6). If you believe the Messiah died on the cross, & Resurrected three days later (presenting Himself as First Fruits to the Father), please ask Him to be your Savior. He is the ONLY way to Everlasting Life.

Gail Fisher says:

I grew up with abuse, both physical and mental, and guilt was my mother's gift to me. She was an expert at it, and as a result, it worked on me. It took me a while to figure out why I got anxiety attacks. I retraced the happenings before the attack, and realized that it was the guilt that my mother had thrown at me that caused it. My father deserted when I was fourteen to marry his secretary, yet was in my life to constantly check up on me and remind me that I was not as good as anyone else, and didn't deserve good things.

Addison Johnson says:

Wait, so not everyone lives with this? Like not even once in a while?

Inigo 18 says:

"It's ok to have anxiety, in the end it's your body trying to tell you something and you should listen to it"
==> Amazing advice, I usually try to shrug stuff off whenever I feel down and she's right, you don't get anxious because some extranatural force wanted to, but because you're dealing with something you need to be aware of

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