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Anxiety and Effects on the Body

April 17, 2020

I’ve had chronic anxiety my whole life, but the thing is in the last four years, it’s been in control until the pandemic. Then I realize it may be other people’s anxiety in my ultra sensitive system. More importantly, it is probably my parents’ mental health symptoms that they deny having, which is difficult for me to process because I can see it, but you reader must realize they do not take medication at all. My former anxiety back when it was severe because it caused an increase in heart rate, racing thoughts, and genuine distress. In the present, I’m a lot calmer, although panic attacks can still happen in particular if my PK turns on, and metals bend. Chest pain and lightheadedness is a sign of anxiety, but yesterday I was dealing with side effects of passionflower, which made me dizzy, feeling somewhat lightheaded.

I used to get headaches constantly from stress, low blood sugar can cause me anxiety to this day, although I’m no longer irritable. I used to get upset stomach from it, and when I had to fly last in 2014, I had nausea, which lead to throwing up. I’ve had anxious diarrhea before, but now I know a little more about how to control my anxiety. I’d like to get my hands on an updated The Midwest Center for Stress and Anxiety program whether on download or CD these days. My anxiety causes me problems staying asleep, case in point, I woke up at 3:00 a.m. today and couldn’t go back to sleep. These days, my medication helps me be less stressed out. I didn’t know that anxiety can be that devastating on physical and mental health as the Health line website states. Living with chronic anxiety means living stuck in a fight-or-flight response. I have tried multiple different kinds of remedies, for anxiety. I’m still trying remedies for anxiety.

Works Cited

https://www.healthline.com/health/anxiety/effects-on-body#3

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