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sometimes i get fuzzy head sometimes back pain and then sometimes full blown palpitations uneasiness etc!

it can be scary and tiring does anybody else have the same and what do they do to cope?

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    anxiety can cause all kinds of physical sensations. None of which are harmful but they can feel weird and scary. there are millions of people suffering from anxiety and stress. Not everybody will get physical sensations but a lot of people do. They can pop up out of nowhere.

    first, everyone should have a complete physical check up at least once a year.

    many of the physical sensations of anxiety are caused by a rush of adrenaline.

    We may not even be feeling anxious when we suddenly feel our heart racing, or get a fuzzy head etc. but there is an underlying anxiety that we might not be aware of.

    when I get palpitations, the one thing that slows them down is proper breathing. It is the key to slowing down the heart rate. You can find short videos or meditations for breathing during anxiety on YouTube. it should also help the fuzzy head feeling. Proper breathing helps to oxygenate the brain and other body organs.

    one thing that can make the sensations worse is over thinking, worrying, etc. By doing that you tell your brain that something is wrong and so the brain sends out more adrenaline.

    try to completely relax your mind a couple times a day with the breathing, and possibly listening to a meditation for anxiety, also exercise is a great way to relax the mind because it releases good hormones that actually make you feel better mentally and physically.

    take One day at a time and if you feel you are really struggling, getting some counseling can be helpful. Take care

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