Just got back, went to the store to buy some milk and drop off Mother's Day Gift to the post box. Hands are shaking, body is all sweaty, and I'm still trying to even out my breathing. How can such a short and insignificant little trip cause so much anxiety? I decided to walk this time, since I've had quite a miserable day and I though a little walk and some fresh air would cheer me up. Nope! Walking there started normally, I got outside, smelled the rain in the air, and even got to enjoy it a bit. Then it slowly it digged its claws on me. I started to get uncomfortable with every car passing by, I felt like the drivers were all staring and laughing at me, as well as all the other people walking or biking by. At the store I mumbled somesort of answer to people stocking the shelves and quickly turned away. Somehow I managed to put a smile on my face at the cash register and say thank you. There were too many cars on the road on my way back, every sound felt too loud and even my own feet seemed to not want to cooperate with me. A lady with a stroller calmly walking behind in turned to a heel-chasing monstermom in my head, trying to catch up with me. I quickened my pace. Home at last! Where are my keys... The first thing I do is head to the bathroom sink to soak my hands and face in some cool water, only then I get the milk into the fridge. I change into my comfy home pants and feel a lot safer. I've been taking my meds regularly, I even added my favourite vitamin back into my daily dosage. What could've caused this this time?