Teri says her husband, Ryan’s, anxiety and panic attacks are causing stress in their marriage.

“My life has been completely turned upside down,” she says.

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Ryan was electrocuted while fixing their Christmas lights in the rain, and said his heart “didn’t feel right” after the incident. Teri says he was checked by the fire department and was told he was healthy, but that didn’t seem to put his mind at ease.

“Every time he has an anxiety attack, he thinks it’s a heart attack,” Teri says of her police officer husband.

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Now, she says Ryan spends most of his day lying on the floor, wearing nasal strips and covered in essential oils.

“It completely infuriates me. Enough is enough. He definitely needs to get control over it,” Teri says. “I want my husband back.”

On Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Ryan describes his unusual behavior. And, hear why Dr. Phil says he believes Ryan does have a condition and what he can do to help overcome his anxiety. Check here to see where you can watch.

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Season 16 of Dr. Phil premieres Tuesday, September 12. Check here to see where you can watch.