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Hey, guys! I have a question about anxiety, and I hope that some of you can help me. See, the issue I am having is if my symptoms are more likely to be brought on my anxiety, which my GP thinks they are, or whether they are more likely to be something else. Now, my anxiety has been brought on by health concerns. Thankfully, my health is good, and yet weird symptoms remain. The main thing that I am slightly concerned about is how sore my body is. Now, I wouldn't say I'm in mass amounts of pain, it is more of a slight discomfort. It's usually in my back, the back of my neck, my knees, my wrists, and my ribs. And, like I said, the pain isn't unbearable, it's more nagging than it is painful. It doesn't prevent me from walking, from sleeping, or from doing anything, really. And yet the feeling is always there. Are these symptoms of anxiety, and if so, how long does it take for them to go away? I only found out today that my health is good, so it's possible that my body is still tense and may need some time to return to normal; I am just worried in case these aren't symptoms of anxiety, and could be something like arthritus. Although, I am only 27, so I'm not sure if arthiritus is a risk for me just yet.
Another question I have about anxiety, is if anyone has ever had their vision affected by it? Earlier, I felt like I could see a faint circle of light, aligned with where my pupil would be. It was faint, but definitely something I was able to notice. Of course, this could be the hypochrondriac in me talking.
Any help is appreciated, though, guys, especially if they are reassuring and going to help me calm down, haha.
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