Anxiety and Panic Attack will cause muscle weakness ?

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I would like to ask that, is it will panic attack or anxiety cause our muscle to became weakness and tense ?

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    It is due to anxiety, but I will suggest you do yoga or meditation to relax your body and mind. It feels great. 
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    Yes my arms keep getting pain and tense
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    Absolutely yes. If this disorder didnt effect any muscles or nerves it would have no symtoms but thoughts and then very few would care about it.

    during anxiety so much stress foes onto muscles and nerves. Blood pools away from your limbs to your major organs to "save" them. Spasms haooens anywhere and everywhere from tensing up in fear. Internal and external. Many cant eat right so mal nutritiined and usually dehydrated. Many walk around dehydrated. They just do not realize it. Muscles are a hit from the adrenaline and hormone  rush.drained of magnessium and hydration during an anxiety attack as well. It replenishes but its draining.  I thought i give some reason for you as to why muscles and nerves get effected. The hirmines and chemicals released in an oanic attacks is like battery acid. Its natural and the bisy is det uo to handle it but chronic occurances is stressful internally as well as on the mind. How coukd it not be. The bisys nit set ypup to live in this mindset or with fight or flight always sooting off. 

    Best thing you can do while learning to manage the anxiety is eat well and balanced, keep hydrated and excersise. It helps and it helps the bidy bounce back faster. Also get goid nite sleep but that can be a difficult task to be honest. Some meds help you sleep but inhibit rem sleep so be aware of that as well. Rem sleep replenishes the body way better and deeper.

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