Our expert says:
Thanks for the compliment, anxious,
Anxiety and stress, from whatever cause, can typically produce exactly the sort of symptoms you describe -- and of course, because one tends to worry about the symptoms, perhaps feeling sure that they must be due to some awful physical disease, this increases the tension, and then the symptoms. Check out our material on anxiety elsewhere in this Health24 site. Dizziness and headaches are typical, as are a rapid pulse, uncomfortable breathing. Anxiety usually includes muscle tension and spasm, which causes pain, so it can produce pains in any area of the body that contains muscle ( which is most of us ) ; we vary as to where in our body we most "stote up" our tensions, and thus where we usually feel more sore.
See a counsellor to deal with the stresses with your partner, and maybe see a shrink or GP for the TEMPORARY use of a medication to reduce the effects of the stress, and see how many of these unpleasant symptoms gradually disappear.
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