Anxiety- body feels shakey, buzzing 24 hrs a day.

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Is this normal for anxiety to feel like this all day long. It used to go away but now I feel it all the time. Just started lexapro 5mg 4 weeks ago, just increased to 10mg 2 days ago. Help do u feel this is there hope it will go away w a giant list of other anxiety symptoms

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    I had some weird experience with buzzing and tremors sensations.. i think the other day. Im not on any meds. I have no clue what that is but i spend the whole day drinking a ton of fluids and took vitamin and b complex. I had come across some article on electrolyte imbalance and it made sense. It is strange and very uncomfortable. I dont know if your is from your meds or not. I made a post on it too. It does seem others get it. 
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    Hello lisa

    You are starting a course of medication give that time to work, remembering it will take time and you will have days where Anxiety and other sensations may come and go. Give things time to work and hopefully you will feel a great deal better in the future


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    Hi, yes; me too. I'd described it as a 'vibrating' sensation on the inside that gave me jelly legs, and felt like way way too much adrenaline was being released in my bidy. You dimmed it up perfectly; 'buzzing' 24/7. Its exhsusinng; and yes, I get it too.

    I really find reading threads on here helps. Reallybdtsrts yo make me see that it is health anxiety, not actual health concerns. I also suffer from higher throat/choking sensation, but after reading that others get that exact same thing too, it helped that feeling honaway (for now! 😊wink

    Hope that helps.

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