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... symptoms. The very first time it happened, I was in high school and was moving from one state to another. I guess I was under a lot of stress, which triggered anxiety in me. ... (4 replies)
... have been in the "juicy mouth" category. That is'nt to say that I am foaming at the mouth or drooling all over myself, it's just that I seem to be producing more saliva than usual as if I'd just seen a big piece of chocolate cake and was salivating at the thought of eating it. ... (2 replies)
... i have an excess of saliva in my mouth. no matter how much i swallow it keeps coming back... ... (6 replies)

... ch like I did before. It's as though my brain is finally starting to stop worrying or has "unlatched" from the constant thinking about it. I've also noticed my saliva returning to normal again. ... (4 replies)
... i dunno...im rerally worried, like, i just got off zoloft 3 or 4 weeks ago, and when i was on it, i had excess saliva so i always spit. ... (4 replies)
... I do have acid reflux, so I think that also adds to any excessive saliva problem, although mine has gotten much better lately. ... (6 replies)
... but every once in awhile, I'll also have an increase in saliva that will last for days. ... (1 replies)
... hi everyone i was wondering if anyone else has anxiety about swallwing liquids or even their own saliva. this anxiety is consuming me to where i am conscious all the time of swallowing. it all started with acid reflux an my esophagus hurting. ... (1 replies)
... ng found. She prescribed a nasal spray. I don't know if what I have is post nasal drip. I do blow my nose alot and sneeze about 15 times a day. I have heard that anxiety can cause throat issues. Anyway, If any of you have any input I would sure appreciate it!! ... (0 replies)
... it looks and sounds like all of you guys have the same anxiety symptoms as i do. ... (6 replies)
Anxiety symptom?
Nov 3, 2007
... Ever since I had some anxiety back in 2006, I find myself swallowing more or at least being conscious of my swallowing. I have also had an increase in my saliva on and off. ... (0 replies)
... me is that i just find it so hard to breathe. i have to take really deep breaths and it feels like only so much air goes in. I get real thirsty and produce less saliva in my mouth as well. ... (2 replies)
... hello.....fatigue and tiredness is back and i hope to god its only anxiety but my mouth is always full of saliva and im freaking out cuz that is a sign of major disease...i was wondering if people get excess saliva? ... (5 replies)
... I know what you mean about swallowing even without food. I know I have just gotten up to like go in the kitchen and tried to swallow just saliva and it feels like it will not go down! ... (7 replies)
... an, although sometimes i will have to do this repetitively as it still feels 'contaminated' by which stage i just feel totally exhausted and drained from all the anxiety and wanting to get 'rid' of the horrible 'dirty' feeling... ... (4 replies)
... I'm 23 years old and I've had on and off anxiety for 5 years. ... (49 replies)
... real, basically isn't possible, and knock some sense into me, as well as helping me get over the anxiety. I mean I know that my feelings and worries are due to anxiety but i still need to know that my ideas arent real! ... (4 replies)
... I suffer Panic Anxiety constantly because of this physical symptom. ... (5 replies)
... I know this isn't anything scientific but when I get nervous or anxious, I suddenly have ALOT more saliva and feel a need to constantly swallow (which then makes my stomach hurt.. its a vicious cycle!).. Just so you know that you aren't alone. (4 replies)
... You asked if anxiety could cause this persistent swallowing, and even though I can only answer based on experience, that seems entirely reasonable. ... (6 replies)




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