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... Well that is different in all people. If your on medication NO don't drink. If you aren't then just a few would be ok. ... (4 replies)
... anxiety can and will affect the digestive system, It certainly does mine. ... (2 replies)
... I used to have the same thing with the stomach in the morning. Thankfully not so much anymore. I usually had good nts so it really baffled me why my stomach would hurt first thing in the morning. When I asked around I was basically told that my brain keeps working and thinking even when we are asleep. ... (5 replies)

... Hi I dont really have any answers for you. I just wanted to let you know that I am super paranoid also, like I think people may try to slip things in my food or drink, and even GUM! I wont drink anything that I did not break the seal on. Im nuts like that. I just wanted to say that I hope you are feeling better, and best wishes to you. (4 replies)
... I've suffered with anxiety for years and even had the worst "nervous breakdown" of my life about ten years ago in which I was totally helpless and incapacitated for over a month. ... (4 replies)
... No dude i wouldnt recommend taking adderall xr for your anxiety issues, it honestly just makes you tense up more causing muscle spasms irregularly and often also stiff joints with bodily pain in your neck and back region. ... (1 replies)
... I began to have fear attacks and anxiety that was out of this world. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I'm new to the forum but was interested in this topic about breathing and pain in the left rib. I have been to the doctors and AE over my breathing and rib and they both have put it down to anxiety. I have been aware to my breathing for the last 8 days and the left rib for about 12 days. Anxiety, I wish it could be easily turned off. (17 replies)
... listen to your therapist or even read some books about it. ... (6 replies)
... Hello and welcome to the board. I am just replying to let you know that you are not alone, I suffer from extreme anxiety it seems to rule my life. I can sympathise with your symptoms as I have everyone you have just mentioned plus many more. You would not think that the symptoms could affect your body so much. ... (17 replies)
Anxiety & Bowels
Aug 9, 2004
... hey i know what you're going through.... and i can say that i really think that its ibs.... it sounds just like ibs.... ... (6 replies)
Diarrhea anxiety
Aug 23, 2003
... Ok. Firstly, not all your anxiety problems have been caused by IBS. ... (41 replies)
Help with anxiety
May 10, 2012
... course while in the mean time I was having constant tiredness and stiff necks and also a fear of social places where i would become extra lightheaded that would affect me for days on end. ... (5 replies)
... but when all you know is your own experience, sometimes it's difficult to realize that others don't share a similar 'state' of mind and body. ... (3 replies)
... Okay, probably a strange post, but has anyone felt like your mouth produces an overabundance of saliva when you're stressed out or going through anxiety? ... (0 replies)
Hope is shattered
Jan 20, 2005
... st feel like a ancient 26. I never put negative thoughts in my head. When you dont have the answer to something thats not being negative. Does my mind go on this anxiety induced thinking process. Yes. Its like a mind that has a mind of its own. No, I dont believe in demonic possessions. ... (26 replies)
... Caffeine can and does definitely affect anxiety. ... (5 replies)
... Sometimes I wonder if all of this is REALLY just anxiety or if something much deeper and more sinister is at work. Like maybe I have some mysterious disease that noone has picked up on yet. ... (0 replies)
... sided by the devestating loss of a pet. I never imagined it would affect me the way it has or lead to such prolonged stress and anxiety. ... (1 replies)
... I will tell you a little about my history maybe this will help you.My panic attacks started when I was 21, or at least thats when I was diagnosed with anxiety I think it started way before that possibly when I was 16 and my mom passed away. ... (3 replies)




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